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The Way of Silence: Engaging the Sacred in Daily Life

published by Franciscan Media | Hardback - With dust jacket | 176 pages
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The Way of Silence draws heavily on Buddhist teachings to cultivate the practice of “deep” listening: turning away from noise and distraction, paying attention, and embracing quiet. The Way of Silence embraces paradox: absence versus presence in silence. Dynamic tranquility. The all-oneness of aloneness. Humbly, trusting in God, you’ll practice emptying your mind in order to receive wisdom, insight, and understanding. You’ll learn to listen deeply, with a trusting heart—and you’ll joyously discover a new, interior freedom that will make you feel more vibrant, and more fully alive. Stock #: B53016

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Brian Walsh
Accurate indicator of the theme

A gentle,Insightful guide to a more spiritual life.

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Ronald Wozniak SJ
Not silent about The Way of Silence

I finished this short book in three settings. As I went along, I found several ideas intriguing and that will need more reflection on my part. I plan to re-read this slim book to see if I can go a bit deeper into the ideas proposed. Well worth reading and I look forward to my second approach.

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Sr Marie Deering
Each day a sacredness of God

I am in the midst of reading the book and pleased so far

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Franciscan reader
The Way of Silence: Engaging the Sacred in Daily Life

Good book. Makes a person think about the content in the chapters. Senses,
mindfulness etc.

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Troy Rapp

The Way of Silence: Engaging the Sacred in Daily Life

David Steindl-Rast is an Austrian-born Benedictine monk and one of the most influential and beloved spiritual teachers of our time. He has been a monk of Mount Saviour monastery in New York since 1953, dividing his time between monastic life, writing, and worldwide lecturing. He has contributed to a wide range of books and periodicals as well as authored ten books of his own. He is the cofounder of Gratefulness.org, and he was one of the first Roman Catholics to participate in Buddhist-Christian dialogue. He has brought spiritual depth into the lives of countless people through his lectures, workshops, and bestselling books. Alicia (Ramirez de Arellano) von Stamwitz was born in Cuba and immigrated to the United States in 1960. She is an award-winning freelance author and longtime editor with the religious press. Her interviews and profiles of today’s most influential spiritual leaders are published internationally. She lives in Missouri with her family. More information can be found at www.aliciavonstamwitz.com

Product Type:  Book

Item Number:  #B53016

ISBN:  9781632530165

Publication Date:  2016

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Imprint:  Franciscan Media

Trim Size:  139.7 mm X 215.9 mm X
(Approx. 5.5 in X 8.5 in X )

Pages:  176

List Price:  $ 3.00