Meditation and Our Birthright
Here is a piece by Matthew Fox-
Date: 4/6/2005 8:00:33 PM ( 17 y ) ... viewed 2292 times
The Cosmic Christ awakens mindfulness, which instructs the person in their and right to experience the presence of divinity around and through them. It opens their minds and hearts to the universe, to what is, and to who we are: citizens of a vast universe twenty billion-year history that is still as yet unfinished-and to which we are called to complete; citizens of a universe of one hundred billion light galaxies, of which ours is a mysteriously small one. A mindful religion, then, awakens the mind rather than dulls it; It praises the mind rather than diminishes it; it resurrects than mind rather than rots it....
The Cosmic Christ ushers in an era of coherence, of ending separations, divisions, dualisms, piecemealness that characterize a world without mysticism, a society living without a living cosmology. A cosmos is always a whole, a unity, a state of coherence, even if the coherence seemingly exists for a time only in the hearts and minds of the people, only in hope. The Cosmic Christ unites psyche and cosmos once again....
In the beginning is compassion; compassion births us; compassion is our origin; it is the origin of youthfulness. Our journey is indeed a journey from our beginning, to our youthfulness. Our journey is indeed our journey from our beginning, to our youth, to our divinity where we rediscover our beginnings and there find that the youthful Cosmic Christ has never ceased to Play.....
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