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Why Meditation Breaks the Cycle of Violence

Why Meditation Breaks the Cycle of Violence
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Price: $39.95
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Manufacturer: Laurence Freeman, OSB
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3.   Uniqueness 00:02:26
1.   Why Do You Strike Me? 00:02:40
2.   Desires 00:03:45


Why Meditation Breaks the Cycle of Violence

by Laurence Freeman, OSB

Meditation is a way of peace because it exposes the root of violence in us and reveals the nature of violence.

In this series of talks given at the retreat preceding The John Main Seminar held in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada  Fr. Laurence Freeman explores the role we can play as meditators in this increasingly violent modern world. Is there any way that our sincere practice of pure prayer can make the world a less violent place?



CD 1 Introduction to Meditation

CD 2 The New Holiness

CD 3 The Cycle of Violence

CD 4 Why do you strike me?

CD 5 Meditation: A Way of Self-knowledge

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