Becoming A Contemplative Activist: Transforming the World Through Spiritual Practices by Phileena Heuertz for Immense (May/June 2012)
What does it mean to have our minds changed and transformed? Could it be the difference between dual and nondual thinking?
Dualistic thinking needs boundaries, security and certainty (law). Non-dual or contemplative thinking transcends boundaries, security and certainty. And at periods of time when the Spirit is doing this revolutionary work of changing our minds, it feels like our boundaries, security and certainty are being abolished. But in truth we are being expanded.
Contemplative practices aid this process of mind renewal and transformation.
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