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Synonyms for contemplative

thoughtful

Synonyms for contemplative

Synonyms for contemplative

a person devoted to the contemplative life

deeply or seriously thoughtful

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It is in this desert that the ancient phrase "breaking the heart" applies to whatever arises as a sense of loss, of failure, of absolute aloneness that is, after all, a result of contemplative life and prayer.
Louf presents and shares his wisdom on community, on obedience, on ecumenism, as well as on contemplation proper and contemplative life.
After briefly describing contemplative prayer, I will explore the relationship of worship and prayer.
Contemplative prayer is prayer of stillness, prayer of love.
Merton's final writings about contemplation portray his struggle to integrate such writing with the contemplative life, that is, with life itself.
The Climate of Monastic Prayer, better known as Contemplative Prayer, was published posthumously in 1969.
Sojourners: Why is contemplative prayer an essential part of Christian life?
Thomas Keating: Contemplative prayer is the movement of becoming acquainted experientially with God, beyond the confines of rational dialogue.
Their hope is that these communities of young contemplatives grow organically "Some groups may want to live together in a more formal monastic way Others may want to live alone or just with their partners, but gather together regularly with their communities for prayer, contemplation, or sessions with an elder," Bucko said.
Due largely to Merton--who exposed many to contemplative life through his books The Seven Storey Mountain and New Seeds of Contemplation--as well to the efforts of his brother Trappists, Thomas Keating, Basil Pennington, and William Menninger, the modern contemplative movement seeks to restore a tradition somewhat neglected in the history of Christian spirituality.
Contemplatives go into the heart of the city without illusions.
In 1965, as Merton began living full-time in the hermitage at Gethsemani, he wrote more freely about his deepening contemplative life.
They were Buddhist and Christian monks, Jewish rabbis, Hindu swamis, Muslim imams, Native American sun dancers and lay practitioners of all the world's contemplative traditions.
I don't know if you can learn a contemplative attitude; you just have to get it.
Merton sought to assist the other contemplatives who were often cut off by restrictions in travel and reading from any analysis of important ecclesial and global issues.