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Laurence Freeman explains the human hunger for wholeness as something deeper and broader than our personal healing. Relating it to the Genesis story, he says we have a collective sense of losing a primal wholeness and innocence as we awake to the sense of individual identity. With this, comes a sense of shame and guilt, and a search for restoration, for freedom from the bonds that control us.
These talks show how meditation is a spiritual path that helps us achieve this re-integration. In the simple ‘saying of the word’, we evolve beyond the ego with its complexity and possessiveness to the universality of the spirit where everything is inter-related, whole, and where all is one.
These talks were given at a weeklong silent retreat at Monte Oliveto, Italy, in September 2006
Number of Discs: 3
Publisher: Medio Media