Monthly Archives: June 2013

This article is based on a talk I gave at a retreat for people of diverse but mostly non-devotional practices. It is intended as an overview of some (not all) of the ways prayer can be understood, particularly aimed at … Continue reading

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Problemness, No Problemness, and Elusiveness Just for fun, I thought I would write about a part of meditation practice that has always given me trouble. Over time, I worked out a general approach that helps ┬áme keep practicing. Although I … Continue reading

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