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Best Elba Rodríguez / Leonardo Corrêa podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Elba Rodríguez / Leonardo Corrêa podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Know more on The Contemplative Path Through the Crisis HERE Watch all talks from this series here Alan Wallace is the founder and director of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies and the motivating force behind the development of the Center for Contemplative Research in Tuscany, Italy. Eva Natanya is a scholar of Christian systemat…
 
In this episode we’ll hear Bernard McGinn speak about the nature of mysticism, its development and its importance for the contemporary world. Professor McGuinn recaptures the riches of the mystical tradition and invites us to enter into the practical character of it.Bernard McGinn is widely regarded as the preeminent scholar of mysticism in the Wes…
 
Fr Laurence Freeman speaks about Ripeness, a stage of the journey where a new dimension of Knowledge is acquired, and our Identity becomes sharper as we become more mysterious to ourselves. This is the third talk of the Milestones Series recorded at the Meditatio Centre, in London. Wisdom shows the stages of life we all pass through in uniquely per…
 
These sonnets by the poet Rilke stand as one of the masterpieces of German poetry. Written near the end of his life in a brief period of intense creativity, the poems invite us to open our lives to the depths and to find new courage to indwell the world with creative passion. Our exploration of these poems will invite us to answer the poet’s call t…
 
Sean Hagan shares his personal experience as a leader and how his meditation practice has enabled him to upgrade his leadership style by engaging more effectively and more consciously and by learning to make better decisions over time. Sean Hagan was General Counsel and Director of the Legal Department at the International Monetary Fund. He is curr…
 
Fr Laurence Freeman speaks about how meditation and the restoration of the real meaning of leisure are ways of recovering the contemplative experience in an age of distraction. This retreat Talk took place at Monte Oliveto in Italy.Music Credits: Aourourou by Blue Dot SessionsBy Elba Rodríguez / Leonardo Corrêa
 
Almost everything you think you know about differences between the brain hemispheres is wrong. The topic was taken over and distorted by pop psychology,and hence understandably, but nonetheless irrationally, neglected by the mainstream.So why is the brain, an organ that exists only to make connections, divided and asymmetrical? What does it tell us…
 
The Contemplative Executive Speaking from the experience of his own quest for "meaning, depth, significance, and purpose" in life, Peter Ng says: "The first challenge ... is to take a step away from the busyness of the business world." This step he found in the simple practicality of John Main's teaching on meditation.Download the transcript here: …
 
Deep ecological awareness is a spiritual state of consciousness, and without the activation of spirit it is difficult to achieve this awareness. Secular policies and green politics may not be able to work the transformation that is required. This talk will explore the entry into ecological awareness as an initiation into the transpersonal and unive…
 
Two ground breaking Christian thinkers discuss the meaning of homosexuality for today. Why has a natural human orientation so often been cruelly punished and persecuted by church authorities? Why do churches still split over the issue? James and Sarah will explore these questions and suggest how this tragic history in a religion of love can be give…
 
This is the second talk in the Milestones series. In this episode Fr Laurence Freeman speaks about maturing into the contemplative consciousness. Laurence Freeman is a Benedictine monk and the spiritual successor to John Main. He is the Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation. Author, retreat leader and international speaker. This …
 
n this dialogue Dr Wallace explores the themes of enlightenment and salvation and responds to questions such as: Are salvation and enlightenment the same? Is grace at work in the individual journey? At what levels do (or can) different traditions achieve sameness? Is the origin of grace within or without yourself, and where is the demarcation? Does…
 
Fr. Laurence speaks about the need of teaching the richness of our contemplative tradition and the knowledge and wisdom behind the simple repetition of a sacred word. This talk was part of a John Main Seminar at Quest University in Squammish, Canada. Music Credits: Aourourou by Blue Dot SessionsBy Elba Rodríguez / Leonardo Corrêa
 
Underlying Rumi’s magnificent poetry is a coherent world-view and spiritual psychology. A living tradition of human transformation has continued in the spirit of his legacy. Through contemplative practice, ceremony, metaphysical reflection, artistic expression, and community service a process of psycho-spiritual maturity has been refined. We will e…
 
Herman Van Rompuy speaks about the crisis of democracy and what habits leaders need to be learned in order to give people some hope in the future of democracy. Herman Van Rompuy is a Belgian politician and former President of the European Council. This talk was part of a John Main Seminar in Bruges. Music Credits: Aourourou by Blue Dot Sessions…
 
In this dialogue with the Dalai Lama, Fr Laurence Freeman discusses the evolution of our relationship to Jesus as our teacher, and the challenges of discipleship. Speaking from personal experience, he describes three levels of relationship. The first level sees Jesus as a fellow human being, no doubt extraordinary, awakening to enlightenment on the…
 
There is no Christian zen but Christians can do zen and grow in wisdom. Zen is about personal liberation and growth. Zen is about the opening of the heart. Robert E. Kennedy, S.J. directs a number of communities practicing interfaith zen in the metro New York-New Jersey-Connecticut area. Roshi Kennedy is an American Jesuit priest and a Zen master. …
 
This Talk on Faith and Belonging was part of the John Main Seminar 2018: A Contemplative Response ​to the Crisis of Change 20-23 Sep, Bruges, Belgium. Teresa Forcades, a Spanish Benedictine nun, theologian, physician and political activist, is one of Europe’s leading radical thinkers. She came to prominence for her eloquent condemnation of abuses b…
 
This is the third talk Jean Vanier gave at the John Main Seminar in Trosly, France in 2016. Jean Vanier, who died in May 2019, was the founder of L’Arche. Why do we fear those different from us? Through the mission of L’Arche Jean Vanier explains how people grow and discover the beauty of their being. This is done by not changing people but reveali…
 
This is the first talk in the Milestones series. In this episode Fr Laurence Freeman speaks about the spiritual and psychological aspects of our life journey and how the practice of meditation leads to the recovery of the essential childlike state. John Main saw meditation as the recovery of our innocence. We recover the essential qualities we had …
 
This is the second talk Sarah Bachelard gave on the Silent Retreat at the University of Waikato in 2017. She expands on the relationship between contemplative practice and active life: how contemplation changes the agent and shifts his/her vision to see the nature of reality, and the context in which he/she is acting. Experiencing God is not about …
 
This Talk on New Ways of Wisdom was part of the John Main Seminar 2018: A Contemplative Response ​to the Crisis of Change 20-23 Sep, Bruges, Belgium. Charles Taylor is a Canadian philosopher known for his examination of the modern self. Taylor’s first major work, Hegel (1975), was a large study of the 19th-century German philosopher that emphasized…
 
This is the second talk Jean Vanier gave at the John Main Seminar in Trosly, France in 2016. Jean Vanier spoke about the discovery of the light through the cracks in our world, the fear of the different and the human transformation experienced through the proximity with the weak. Why do we fear those different? Through the mission of L’Arche Jean V…
 
This Talk was part of a John Main Seminar in Hamilton, New Zeland. David Tacey is Emeritus Professor of Humanities at La Trobe University, Melbourne, and Research Professor at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Canberra. He is an interdisciplinary scholar and public intellectual who has written extensively on spirituality, religion…
 
This Talk was part of the John Main Seminar 2018: A Contemplative Response ​to the Crisis of Change 20-23 Sep, Bruges, Belgium. The concept of Contemplative Medicine which places meditation at the centre of its insights is being developed by Dr Barry White, a consultant haematologist at St James’s Hospital, Dublin and member of the Royal College of…
 
This talk was held at Saint James Episcopal Church, in Lancaster, PA, USA. In 2018 Laurence Freeman is a Benedictine monk of the Congregation of Monte Oliveto and Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation. He has conducted dialogues and peace initiatives such as the historic Way of Peace with the Dalai Lama and is active in inter-rel…
 
Jean Vanier explained how people grow and discover the beauty of their being. The biggest revolution a human being can experience is imititating God by remaining silent and listening, by being present. Jean Vanier was a philosopher, writer, religious and moral leader and the founder of two major international community-based organizations, L’Arche …
 
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