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Music of Silence Music Of Silence Shows How To Incorporate The Sacred Meaning Of Monastic Living Into Everyday Life By Following The Natural Rhythm Of The Hours Of The Day The Book Tells How Mindfulness And Prayer Can Reconnect Us With The Sources Of Joy An Invitation To Join In Quiet Ecstasy, To Rediscover Sacred Rhythms Jack Kornfield, Author Of A Path With Heart


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10 thoughts on “Music of Silence

  1. says:

    Read this little book in preparation for and on a Quiet Retreat It was a helpful overview of the monastic hours of the day and the gifts each hour brings A great book to read to help re cover a sense of the rhythms of our days and years I particularly like the chapter on the hour of Prime in that it is a deliberate assigning of the work for each day that begs one


  2. says:

    This is a warm and wise little volume, beautiful and useful even to an atheist like me though admittedly I m the kind of atheist who has a curious notalgic fondness for Catholic ritual and a fascination with monasteries Using the canonical hours, also known as the Divine Office, the authors offer what is basically a framework for reflection, mindfulness, and intentional


  3. says:

    His work feels like poetry rather than prose The economics of affluence demand that things that were special for us last year must now be taken for granted so the containers gets bigger, and the joy of overflowing gratefulness is taken away from us But if we make the vessel smaller and smaller by reducing our needs, then the overflowing comes sooner and with it the joy of grat


  4. says:

    Excellent audio book which I wouldn t mind owning as a written text as well, for the sake of all the wonderful quotes This is the second time at least I ve listened to it and it serves as a encouragement to see all work as prayer when properly, i.e., reflectively done It also creates a desire to listen to Chant Last time I remember going out and purchasing a bunch of CDs This time, I


  5. says:

    This is an interesting little book about the symbolism of different angels associated with hours of the day, and it s written by a monk But, I was hoping to learnfactual historical information it s a little self helpy.


  6. says:

    How does one live in touch with eternity from day to day How can we enter into Kairos even as we go about our work and busyness in our daily lives In this lovely little book, Brother David Steindl Rast O.S.B breaks open the day into its seasons , each with its own message, grace, contemplation, and action He explains how the Liturgy of the Hours or the angel announcing each hour invites each of us


  7. says:

    Excellent Book I had always thought that all of the monastic services were essentially just so many prayer services during the day Even though much of my own practice comes out of the monastic tradition I just figured that there was no way for me to do that many prayer times each day so I did not pay att...


  8. says:

    This was the kind of book I need to start better knowing David Staindl Rast s work Music of Silence is a beautifully crafted Book of Hours there are so many citations from Rilke s poetry collection too for everyday spiritual path of joy, serenity, inner dialogue with God and ourselves Through this book you can experience gratefulness every our of the day you learn to Stop, Look and Go , according to Staindl Ras


  9. says:

    I actually own the 1st ed didn t realize there was a 2nd Which means I ll probably have to acquire the latter to see what the differences are A beautiful, accessible little book for laymen women about the monastic hours, what each means, and suggestions for incorporating at least the awareness of them into our lives and the rhythm of our days Steindl Rast urges the importance of living in the present moment instead of


  10. says:

    The Music of Silence by David Steindl Rast and Sharon Lebell is a modern spiritual masterpiece It shows how to introduce the secret meanig of monastic life into our everyday lives Ideas such as gratefulness,...


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