Rediscovering the Lost Body-Connection Within Christian Spirituality: The Missing Link for Experiencing Yourself in teh Body of the Whole Christ Is a Changing Relationship to your Own Body

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  • ISBN-13: 9781934690376
  • Publisher: Tasora Books
  • Publication date: 8/15/2010
  • Pages: 180

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 10, 2013

    The task before serious spiritual seekers requires far more than

    The task before serious spiritual seekers requires far more than just learning new doctrines or teachings.  Alan Watts once reminded us that, "We do not need
    a new religion or a new bible. We need a new experience--a new feeling of what it is to be "I." Drawing upon resources from their long experience researching
    the Psychology of Religion, the authors enter the largely unexplored terrain of the role our own physical bodies play within spiritual development. The Benedictine
    monk Dom Sebastian Moore reminds us that "... when the body speaks, God is a new language."
    Learning to access the unfamiliar tongue of a more embodied "sense of I" matures within your ability to establish a revived way of relating to your own body and
    feelings. For the Christian community, such experiencing is best summarized in the subtitle of this workbook:
    The Missing Link for Experiencing YourselfIn the Body of the Whole ChristIs a Changing Relationship to Your Own Body
    Most people have yet to recognized how their own bodies can show them a way forward--rediscovering a largely unrecognized ecology and wisdom right
    inside their own physical organism itself! For Christians, the Scripture scholar Bishop John A.T. Robinson reminds us that we are in Christ not as a pebble in
    a box but as the branch in a tree. A maturing, ecological sensitivity lies waiting to be rediscovered within your own body as this can be felt from inside. Drawing
    upon the research of Dr. Carl Rogers and Dr. Eugene Gendlin, the authors open a door upon our individual and collective experience of membership together
    within an even Larger Body, described in The Acts of the Apostles as the One "... in whom we live and move and have our very being." (Acts 17/28)
    Going through the exercises in this workbook, whether in small groups or alone, unveils the body's role within spiritual development. While the workbook is
    directed to the Christian community, using examples and teachings drawn from the Judaeo-Christian spiritual tradition, the body-habit upon which this workbook
    rests lies at the heart of every religion and spirituality that cares for the common good. By trying to live the New Commandment of Christ--"Love one another just
    as I have loved you," body-language offers a BioSpiritual tongue and wisdom touching all religions and every spiritual tradition.

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