Contemplative Literature: A Comparative Sourcebook on Meditation and Contemplative Prayer

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نام کتاب : Contemplative Literature: A Comparative Sourcebook on Meditation and Contemplative Prayer
عنوان ترجمه شده به فارسی : ادبیات متفکرانه: منبع تطبیقی ​​در مورد مراقبه و نیایش متفکرانه
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ناشر : State University of New York Press
سال نشر : 2015
تعداد صفحات : 848 [850]
ISBN (شابک) : 1438457057 , 9781438457055
زبان کتاب : English
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این اولین گلچین تطبیقی ​​با اطلاعات نظری و تاریخی دقیق از متون اولیه در مورد مراقبه و نیایش متفکرانه است. ادبیات متفکرانه که توسط کارشناسان بین المللی در متون مربوطه و سنت های مربوطه نوشته شده است، مقدمه ها و منابع اولیه در مورد عمل متفکرانه سنت های مختلف مذهبی را ارائه می دهد. مشارکت کنندگان مراقبه آپوفاتیک کلاسیک دائوئیستی، دعای خاموش کواکر، کابالای یهودی، مراقبه بودایی جنوبی، تفکر صوفی، دعای ارتدوکس شرقی، تجسم بودایی سرزمین ناب، یوگا کلاسیک هندو، دعای کاتولیک دومینیکن، کیمیاگری درونی دائوئیستی، و مراقبه درمانی مدرن را بررسی می کنند. هر مقدمه ای برای یک متن متفکرانه، زمینه تاریخی آن، سنت و ادبیات مذهبی مرتبط، روش عمل متفکرانه، و میراث و تأثیر متن را مورد بحث قرار می دهد. ویراستار جلد، لوئیس کومجاتی، کار را با در نظر گرفتن متفکرانه مسائل تفسیری در حوزه میان رشته ای نوظهور مطالعات متفکرانه آغاز می کند. خوانندگان نه تنها درک دقیقی از آثار مهم ادبیات متفکرانه، بلکه منابعی برای درک تمرین متفکرانه و تجربه متفکرانه از منظر تطبیقی ​​و بین فرهنگی به دست خواهند آورد.

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Contents Illustrations Preface Acknowledgments Abbreviations Part I: Approaching Contemplative Practive Chapter 1. Approaching Contemplative Practice Contemplative Practice Contemplative Studies Context and Locatedness Psychology, Consciousness Studies, and Neuroscience Interpretive Issues in Contemplative Studies Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Chapter 2. Contemplative Traditions Contemplative Traditions Dimensions of Contemplative Practice Contemplative Experience Psychologies of Realization Contemplative Literature Future Prospects Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Part II: Contemplative Traditions Chapter 3. Daoist Apophatic Meditation: Selections from the Classical Daoist Textual Corpus Elders of the Inner Cultivation Lineages of Classical Daoism Classical Daoism and the “Family of the Way? (Daojia) Ways to the Way: Classical Daoist Apophatic Meditation and Its Results Inner Cultivation according to the Textual Corpus of Classical Daoism Further Inquiries on the Way Contemplative Being-in-the-World Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Selections from the Classical Daoist Textual Corpus Cosmology Neiye (Inward Training) Laozi (Book of Venerable Masters) Zhuangzi (Book of Master Zhuang) Huainanzi (Book of the Huainan Masters) Inner Cultivation: Theory and Techniques Neiye (Inward Training) Laozi (Book of Venerable Masters) Zhuangzi (Book of Master Zhuang) Xinshu shang (Techniques of the Mind I) Huainanzi (Book of the Huainan Masters) Contemplative States: Transient yet Transformative Xinshu shang (Techiniques of the Mind I) Zhuangzi (Book of Master Zhuang) Huainanzi (Book of the Huainan Masters) Contemplative Traits: Long-Lasting Benefits Neiye (Inward Training) Laozi (Book of Venerable Masters) Zhuangzi (Book of Master Zhuang) Huainanzi (Book of the Huainan Masters) Chapter 4. Quaker Silent Prayer: A Guide to True Peace The Guide and Christian Quietism The Religious Society of Friends and Quaker Quietism Quaker Silent Prayer and Quietist Spirituality Instructions on Prayer from the Guide Reading the Guide in Later Quakerism Minding the Light in Contemplative Studies Notes Works Cited and Further Reading A Guide to True Peace: Or, the Excellency of Inward and Spiritual Prayer Preface 1: The Spirit of God Dwells in the Heart of Man 2: On Faith 3: On Prayer 4: All Are Capable of Attaining to Inward and Spiritual Prayer 5: On Attaining to True Prayer 6: On Spiritual Dryness 7: On Defects and Infirmities 8: On Temptations and Tribulations 9: On Self-Denial 10: On Mortification 11: On Resignation 12: On Virtue 13: On Conversion 14: On Self-Annihilation 15: Man Acts More Nobly under the Divine Influence, than He Can Possibly Do by Following His Own Will 16: On the Possession of Peace and Rest before God 17: On Perfection, or the Union of the Soul with God Chapter 5. Jewish Kabbalah: Hayyim Vital’s Shaarei Kedusha Sixteenth-Century Safed, Isaac Luria, and Hayyim Vital Rabbinic Judaism and Lurianic Kabbalah The Journey to YHVH through Hebrew Entering the Gates of Holiness Lurianic Contemplative Practice in Later Jewish Kabbalah Translating the Untranslatable: A Note on Kabbalistic Translation Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Shaarei Kedusha (Gates of Holiness) The First Gate (The necessary conditions required for an individual to be prepared to apprehend the divine) The Second Gate (Explaining the process of apprehending God) Chapter 6. Southern Buddhist Meditation: The Anepenasati Sutta The Historical Buddha and the Early “Discourses? The Early Sa?gha and Southern Buddhism Samatha, Vipassane, and the Path to Liberation Mindfulness of Breathing according to the Anepenasati Sutta First Tetrad: Mindfulness of Body Second Tetrad: Mindfulness of Feeling Third Tetrad: Mindfulness of Mind Fourth Tetrad: Mindfulness of Dhammas Breathing with the Buddhist Tradition Breathing Outside the Buddhist Tradition Abbreviations Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Anepenasati Sutta (Discourse on Mindfulness of Breathing) Glossary of Key Peli Terms Chapter 7. Sufi Contemplation: ‘Abdullah Shah’s Suluk-i Mujaddidiyya ‘Abdullah Shah and Twentieth-Century Indian Sufism Islam, Sufism, and the Naqshbandi Lineage Dimensions of the Mujaddidi Universe ‘Abdullah Shah’s Suluk-i Mujaddidiyya Contemporary Mujaddidi Practice Bringing Awareness to Contemplative Studies Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Suluk-i Mujaddidiyya (Mujaddidi Wayfaring) The First Exercise: Remembrance of God The Second Exercise: Contemplation The Third Exercise: Bonding with the Shaykh Visualizing the Shaykh The Method of Focusing Spiritual Energy Ecstatic Attraction to God Subtle Centers The Heart Subtle Center The Spirit Subtle Center The Mystery Subtle Center The Arcanum Subtle Center The Superarcanum Subtle Center The Ego-Self Subtle Center The Physical Frame Subtle Center The Practice of Negation and Affirmation The Contemplation of Being Together with God The Circle of Contingent Existence Chapter 8. Eastern Orthodox Prayer: The Rasskaz strannika In Search of the Pilgrim Eastern Orthodox Christianity, Hesychasm, and the Philokalic Tradition of the Rasskaz strannika Hesychastic Prayer and Eastern Orthodox Spirituality Pilgrimage to the Interior and to God The Pilgrim Continues His Journey Further Meetings with the Pilgrim Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Otkrovennyi rasskaz strannika dukhovnomu svoemu ottsu (Candid Tale of a Pilgrim to His Spiritual Father) The First Tale The Second Tale The Fourth Tale Chapter 9. Maheyena Buddhist Visualization: The Guan wuliang shoufo jing Listening to the Buddha in Fifth-Century China Maheyena Buddhism and the Early Pure Land Schools Seeking the Pure Land in Medieval China Pure Land Visualization according to the Guanjing Visualizing Amiteyus Buddha in Later Pure Land Buddhism Between Consciousness and Reality Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Guan wuliang shoufo jing (Sutra on Visualizing the Buddha of Infinite Life) Chapter 10. Hindu Classical Yoga: Patañjali’s Yoga Sutras Patañjali and Second-Century-CE Hinduism Yoga and the “Yoga School" Classical Yoga as Hindu Soteriological System Aphorisms on Discipline and Liberation Reading the Yoga Sutras in Later Hinduism and the Modern West Yoga as Yoga Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Yoga Sutras (Yoga Aphorisms) Chapter One: Samedhi Peda (Meditative Absorption) Chapter Two: Sedhana Peda (Practice) Chapter Three: Vibhuti Peda (Mystic Powers) Chapter Four: Kaivalya Peda (Absolute Liberation) Chapter 11. Roman Catholic Prayer: The Novem modi orandi sancti Dominici Saint Dominic and the Formation of the Order of Preachers Roman Catholicism, the Order of Preachers, and Early Dominican Writings Dominican Contemplative Practice and the Religious Spirit of the Preachers The Nine Ways of Praying of Saint Dominic Saint Dominic’s Ways in the Later Dominican Tradition and Beyond Praying with Saint Dominic Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Novem modi orandi sancti Dominici (Nine Ways of Praying of Saint Dominic) The First Way of Praying The Second Way of Praying The Third Way of Praying The Fourth Way of Praying The Fifth Way of Praying The Sixth Way of Praying The Seventh Way of Praying The Eighth Way of Praying The Ninth Way of Praying Chapter 12. Daoist Internal Alchemy: Liu Huayang’s Huiming jing Liu Huayang and Eighteenth-Century Chinese Religiosity Buddho-Daoist Syncretism and the Wu-Liu Lineage Seeking Enlightenment through Alchemy Neidan Training according to the Huiming jing Reading the Huiming jing in Modern Chinese Society and in the Modern West Transmuting Contemplative Studies through Internal Alchemy Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Huiming jing (Scripture on Wisdom and Life-Destiny) 1. Diagram of the Cessation of Outflow 2. Diagram of the Six Phases of the Dharma Wheel 3. Diagram of the Governing and Conception Vessels 4. Diagram of the Embryo of the Dao 5. Diagram of Sending Out the Fetus 6. Diagram of the Transformation Body 7. Diagram of Facing the Wall 8. Diagram of Disappearance into the Void Chapter 13. Therapeutic Meditation: Herbert Benson’s The Relaxation Response Herbert Benson and the Discovery of the “Relaxation Response" Mind-Body Medicine and Therapeutic Meditation Relaxation, Self-Care, and Stress Management The Relaxation Response Coping with Stress and the Popular Imagination Beyond the Relaxation Response Notes Works Cited and Further Reading The Relaxation Response The Hidden Epidemic The Fight-or-Flight Response A Disease with No Symptoms Internal Signs of Stress Age-Old Wisdom Meditation: The Four Basic Elements Decreasing Blood Pressure How to Bring Forth the Relaxation Response (1) A Quiet Environment (2) A Mental Device (3) A Passive Attitude (4) A Comfortable Position Personal Experiences with the Relaxation Response Chapter 14. Techniqueless Meditation: J. Krishnamurti’s This Light in Oneself J. Krishnamurti, the Theosophical Society, and the Order of the Star in the East Life beyond Tradition, Systems, and Conditioning Meditation beyond Technique This Light in Oneself A Star in Both the East and the West: J. Krishnamurti’s Legacy Freedom from the Known Notes Works Cited and Further Reading This Light in Oneself: True Meditation A New Consciousness The Miracle of Attention This Light in Oneself The Summation of All Energy What Is Creation? To Live Without the Action of Will Enlightenment Is Not a Fixed Place Light Cannot Be Given by Another Part III: Reapproaching Contemplative Practice Chapter 15. Comparative Reflections Conversations with Contemplatives Transformative Praxis (En)countering Reality Into the Labyrinth Notes Works Cited and Further Reading Appendix: Toward a Technical Glossary of Contemplative Studies About the Contributors Index

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This is the first theoretically informed and historically accurate comparative anthology of primary texts on meditation and contemplative prayer. Written by international experts on the respective texts and corresponding traditions, Contemplative Literature provides introductions to and primary sources on contemplative practice from various religious traditions. The contributors explore classical Daoist apophatic meditation, Quaker silent prayer, Jewish Kabbalah, Southern Buddhist meditation, Sufi contemplation, Eastern Orthodox prayer, Pure Land Buddhist visualization, Hindu classical Yoga, Dominican Catholic prayer, Daoist internal alchemy, and modern therapeutic meditation. Each introduction to a contemplative text discusses its historical context, the associated religious tradition and literature, the method of contemplative practice, and the text's legacy and influence. Volume editor Louis Komjathy opens the work with a thoughtful consideration of interpretive issues in the emerging interdisciplinary field of contemplative studies. Readers will gain not only a nuanced understanding of important works of contemplative literature, but also resources for understanding contemplative practice and contemplative experience from a comparative and cross-cultural perspective.



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