FREE DOWNLOAD Û Sacred Reading The Ancient Art of Lectio Divina

FREE DOWNLOAD Sacred Reading The Ancient Art of Lectio Divina

FREE DOWNLOAD Û Sacred Reading The Ancient Art of Lectio Divina ô ➜ [KINDLE] ❆ Sacred Reading The Ancient Art of Lectio Divina By Michael Casey ➦ – Gym-apparel.co.uk Examines the Western tradition of lectio divina a spiritual and prayerful approach to reading the sacred texts in order to helTexts in order to help readers expand their spiritual approach to livingPaperbac. “Lectio divina is a techniue of prayer and a guide to living It is a means of descending to the level of the heart and of finding God” vi “My ambition is to describe lectio divina in such detail that those living outside monasteries and not in direct contact with the lived experience of monks and nuns can profit from their tradition in the living of the Gospel” viii

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10003 of lectio divina a spiritual and prayerful approach to reading the sacred. Probably the best book on Lectio Divina for the systematically minded modern person Not to say it does not have its roots in experience but the way it is written is very straight forward in order to give a person the best overall knowledge of what Lectio is and why it is so important to spiritual growth With that said it might be good to read it in conjunction with Mariano Magrassi's Praying the Bible An Introduction to Lectio Divina or if short on time Masini's short work on Lectio Divina All contribute to a deeper understanding of Lectio I would have to say though that Casey's book is a must out of those three

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Sacred Reading The Ancient Art of Lectio DivinaExamines The Ancient Art of eBook #199 the Western tradition The Ancient eBook #. Another book I was perusing in preparation for my reading class I'm going to create a secular lectio divina type exercise so I wanted to read about it After reading about monks and their reading practices the long history of the art of lectio divina in the church I feel that monkish practices may appear in my class There is an underlying of personal reading as part of a shared reading community that I really like and I'm mulling over ways of making that happen Perhaps we shall start each class with monkish time This is very specific to the spiritual practices of monks within the Christian tradition but attempts to make the concepts applicable to a normal person The goal of lectio divina is very much about communing with God in the end using the study of religious texts as a way to gain greater insight and access I'm going to turn it on its head by taking out the sacred part but I enjoyed reading about this tradition