Michael talks to us about his journey from a traditionally religious background to contemplative spirituality. He shares some of the key touchstones that were pivotal in his transformation.
I talked with Phileena Heuertz, whose new book is out this month. Mindful Silence: The Heart Of Christian Contemplation presents a process-oriented framework of great value to Christians looking to deepen their spiritual lives. Phileena and her husband Chris (who will be on the podcast later this month) run the Gravity Center and give talks and retreats around the country.
Interview with Roy Hoagland, one of the students at the Living School who helped put together Barmen Today. Barmen Today, A Contemporary Contemplative Declaration can be heard in audio form on The Contemplative Light YouTube page or in the previous podcast episode. It can be read and signed here.
Dr. Thomas Bushlack is associate professor of Theology and Christian Ethics at the Aquinas Institute of Theology in St. Louis, MO, where he is also assistant director of the Ashley-O’Rourke Center for Health Ministry Leadership. He is also a Trustee of the Trust for the Meditation Process, an Oblate of St. John’s Abbey (Collegeville, MN), and a commissioned presenter of Centering Prayer through Contemplative Outreach, Ltd. As a scholar, teacher, and author he enjoys offering workshops, retreats, and consultations with a variety of groups and organizations.