Episcopal priest and author of seven books on the Christian spiritual tradition, Cynthia Bourgeault endears herself to her SAND audience with this enlightening talk on the Christian contemplative tradition. She points out that esoteric Christianity recognizes that nondual perception is not possible until the mind is in the heart, and describes the tradition’s understanding of the heart as an organ of spiritual perception. In this way she returns the Christian contemplative tradition to where it belongs – as one path in the rich field of contemporary nondual spiritual practice and understanding.
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