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Manifesting God.

Author: Thomas Keating
Publisher: New York : Lantern Books, 2005.
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Manifesting God is about the principles of contemplative prayer--the retreat into the "inner room" mentioned by Jesus in Matthew 6:6, where the individual is able to meet God. In the inner room, the silent space in which God unloads the burdens and false selves that govern our individuality and our daily lives, God acts as a divine therapist, healing us and forcing us to recognize how many barriers we put up between  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Keating, Thomas.
Manifesting God.
New York : Lantern Books, ©2005
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Keating
ISBN: 9781590563359 1590563352
OCLC Number: 784885350
Description: 1 online resource (153 pages)
Contents: Cover Page; Green Press Intiative; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; The Story of Job; Christ's Experience of Abba; Our Experience of Abba; The Nature of God's Closeness; Chapter One: Prayer as Relationship; Chapter Two: The Parable of the Great Banquet; The Parable of the Publican and the Pharisee; Chapter Three: The Parable of the Leaven; Chapter Four: Forgiveness; The Eucharist as the Peak of Mysticism; Chapter Five: The Most Excellent Path; The Call to Grow in Trust; Living the Parable of the Leaven; True Nature of the Kingdom of God. Chapter Six: "Jews" and "Greeks" as Metaphors of Spiritual ProgressThe Divine Dance; Chapter Seven: Dancing with God; Chapter Eight: The Divine Indwelling; The Agony in the Garden; Death on the Cross; The Descent into Hell; The Divine Suffering; The Grace of the Resurrection; The Grace of the Ascension; Chapter Nine: The Cost of Christ's Redemptive Activity; Prayer as Relationship with God; The First Step; The Second Step; The Interior Dialogue; The Third Step; Chapter Ten: Prayer in Secret; The Way of Pure Faith; What Goes on in the Inner Room? Freedom for the Exercise of the Fruits of the SpiritChapter Eleven: The Reward of Prayer in Secret; The Healing Process; Chapter Twelve: What Is Divine Therapy?; The Purification of the Unconscious; The Nights of Sense; The Night of Spirit; Chapter Thirteen: The Process of Purification; The Prayer of Interior Recollection; The Prayer of Quiet; The Prayer of Union; The Prayer of Full Union; The Grace of Transforming Union; Unity; Chapter Fourteen: The Stages of Contemplative Prayer; The Centering Prayer Movement; The Establishment of Contemplative Outreach. The Three Purposes of Contemplative OutreachThe Prison Ministry; Chapter Fifteen: A Response to the Signs of the Times; Appendix I: Pure Prayer; The Prayer of Consent; Contemplative Prayer; Centering Prayer; Theological Background; Listening to the Word of God in Scripture; Wisdom Saying of Jesus; The Guidelines; Centering Prayer Guidelines; Practical Points; Points for Further Development; Ways to Deepen Our Relationship with God; What Centering Prayer Is and Is Not; Appendix II: The Method of Centering Prayer.
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Manifesting God is about the principles of contemplative prayer--the retreat into the "inner room" mentioned by Jesus in Matthew 6:6, where the individual is able to meet God. In the inner room, the silent space in which God unloads the burdens and false selves that govern our individuality and our daily lives, God acts as a divine therapist, healing us and forcing us to recognize how many barriers we put up between ourselves and an authentic relationship with God. The process whereby this happens is the foundation of centering prayer--a technique of prayer that Keating and other conte.

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