|Thomas Merton. In other words we meditate merely “in the mind,” in the |
imagination, or at best in the desires, considering religious truths from a detached
objective viewpoint. We do not begin by seeking to “find our heart,” that is to sink
into a ...
Ira Progoff - 1989 - 256 pages
|Modern rendering of a fourteenth-century classic work of Christian mysticism which describes a soul's spiritual reunion with God|