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Zen Contemplation for Christians
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Chapter 1 A Circle is God's Be-Ing Chapter 2 Before the Earth Came into Being Chapter 3 Becoming Free in the Body Chapter 4 Becoming Free Through Self-Knowledge Chapter 5 Connections and Reciprocity Chapter 6 From Intellect to Breath Chapter 7 The Shared Sacred Chapter 8 Swords into Ploughshares Chapter 9 Within the Esoteric Chapter 10 Pieces of a Mosaic Chapter 11 Glossary of Japanese Sankrit Words Used

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Elaine MacInnes is a member of Our Lady's Missionaries, an order of Roman Catholic nuns. An accomplished violinist, educator, and social worker, she is one of the few teachers to be accredited by the Sanbo Kyodan, in Kamakura, Japan, one of the foremost centers for the study of Zen. For nearly thirty years Sr. MacInnes has used her training to minister to the incarcerated, working personally with more than 3,000 inmates and training teachers to work in 86 prisons in the United Kingdom. In 2001 she was named an Officer of the Order of Canada and in 2002 she was awarded the Commemorative Medal from Queen Elizabeth II for making a profound and lasting contribution to British society.

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The practice of Zen helps us to a deeper experience of God here, now, in our prayer or in whatever else we are doing. . . . Sister Elaine is a rare spiritual master. She is a guardian of this precious, spiritual gift which is now being offered by the Orient to the Christian world, to help us to be more fully Christian. It will be fascinating to see how this offering is assimilated in the next century. -- Giles Charrington, TSSF,, in praise of Sister MacInnes's Light Sitting in Light
Sister Elaine MacInnes is the real thing. [She proves that] if you can teach prisoners to turn their cells, which may be places of torment, into ashrams, which are places of contemplation and healing, it's an economic way to help people rebuild themselves instead of marking time and wasting away. -- Jeremy Irons,, Academy Award-winning actor and patron of Sr. MacInnes's prison ministry
...extremely interesting and worth reading. -- Rita C. Krupa * Catholic Library World *

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