Emmaus Road Discussion: The Teacher in the Temple ( Part 2)

In this Emmaus Road session of The Teacher in the Temple (Part 2),  participants were invited to share their reflections, insights, and questions that were brought forth from in the light of their own experience with Logopraxis

The presentation on which the video discussion is based can be found by clicking on the following link

CLICK HERE TO READ OR LISTEN TO THE TEACHER IN THE TEMPLE (PART 2) 

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Janna King
Janna King
21 days ago

The state of the rabbis in the temple ‘being in astonishment’, as well as ‘standing outside themselves’ keeps unfolding as an example of what is necessary in order for the Lord to do His work in regenerating the human mind. Those men are in the Jewish temple (maybe our historical faith) rather than being ‘the Lord in His holy temple’. They must be astonished (silenced with awe) and be outside themselves (not identifying with the proprium) in order to learn from the Lord. And this process must continue over and over, becasue we keep mistaking our own interpretion of the… Read more »

Sarah Walker
Reply to  Janna King
19 days ago

yes – spiritual life is iterations and contrasts, degrees and shadings, unfoldings and enfoldings… gives the experience of movement and hence growth. Of a garden that is alive.