John Main: Essential Writings

John Main Essential Writings John Main an English Benedictine monk pioneered the practice of Christian meditation His genius was to recover a way into the contemplative experience for ordinary people within the Chris

  • Title: John Main: Essential Writings
  • Author: John Main Laurence Freeman
  • ISBN: 9781570754159
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • John Main 1926 1982 , an English Benedictine monk, pioneered the practice of Christian meditation His genius was to recover a way into the contemplative experience for ordinary people within the Christian tradition Hailed by Bede Griffiths as the most important spiritual guide in the church today, Main s work inspired the foundation of the World Community for ChristiJohn Main 1926 1982 , an English Benedictine monk, pioneered the practice of Christian meditation His genius was to recover a way into the contemplative experience for ordinary people within the Christian tradition Hailed by Bede Griffiths as the most important spiritual guide in the church today, Main s work inspired the foundation of the World Community for Christian Meditation and a network of hundreds of meditation groups around the world.John Main introduces the practice of Christian meditation for modern people who wish to deepen their spiritual lives.

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      Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information John Main was a Benedictine monk who taught Christian meditation.

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    • 3 stars is not a direct reflection on John Main. This book is the first of his writings that I've read and I am not a huge fan of selections. I'd rather read a book in total and follow the internal coherence of a text. Beyond this, however, Main's mysticism remains opaque to me. I am more comfortable with a Keating style centering prayer, though there is a big overlap. I don't like mantra-prayer, even though Main does seem to reload the term with a Christocentric theology. Perhaps I will follow [...]


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