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GOD’S LOGOS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

GOD’S LOGOS Of all the millions of material creatures made and sustained by God in their being, we humans, formed in God’s image and likeness, alone remain unlimited in evolutionary potential. Possessing an intellect and will, we are able to enter into communication and ultimately communion with God to share his very own happiness and nature as love. We can posit ourselves in response to God’s revelation through his Word and his Spirit, as unique individuals dependent on the absolute I of God. We are called to be spiritual listeners, to hear, understand, and believe in God’s Word. We are not propelled into our uniqueness as individuals by a pre-determined guidance on God’s part. His only determination is to invite us to accept our existence by means of a decision to live according to God’s Word.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
RESTING IN GOD’S WORD [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

RESTING IN GOD’S WORD God calls us to receive his love through the communication of his Word in his Spirit. But the language of love is silence. If we are to listen to God’s Word, we must silence the noisiness within our hearts and in the complicated world around us, orientated in its brokenness toward “sin and death,” symbols of self-centeredness and a movement away from God-centeredness. For early Christians, the criterion for one’s docility in listening to the Word of God was one’s ability to “rest in the Lord,” that is, to quiet all inordinate desires. Teilhard de Chardin calls such a listening state, “passionate indifference,” whereby Christians surrender themselves totally to God dwelling and revealing himself within the living temple of God that Christians are by grace.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE SEVENTH DAY OF REST [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

THE SEVENTH DAY OF REST This state of listening is comparable to the seventh day of rest that Scripture says the Lord took after his labors of creating the world. It is now the new day of rest, the kairos time of salvation in which we human beings choose always to do that which most pleases the heavenly Father according to his Word (Heb. 4:1-11). Jesus speaks of the necessity of our entering into our “inner closet” when we wish to pray, and there we are to pray in spirit and in truth to the heavenly Father (Mt. 6:6). Scripture and the early Christian writers referred to this innermost self as the “heart.” It is into our heart, into the deepest reaches of our consciousness, that we enter in order to come face to face in silence with God. In utter openness and receptivity we wait without any preconceived ideas of what Jesus, the Word of the Father, will reveal to us from within us and from without, in the events of this new day.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A DESERT EMPTYING [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

A DESERT EMPTYING The moment you settle down like the Israelites with the flesh pots of Egypt and assent that now you know Jesus Christ, then you have lost him. God’s Word is a living, two-edged sword (Heb. 4:1213). God’s Word, spoken in every moment, is so overwhelmingly great and alive that no human being can know him completely or control him. We know God’s Word by not knowing him, by not limiting God’s power to reveal and communicate himself to us in any way he wishes. He is love infinite and thus we can never stop growing in love or self-surrender to his Word. Knowing and loving God means first listening to his Word and then, in the desert experience of meeting the awesome God in that Word, to surrender to him in intimate communion through selfemptying obedience. This necessitates a listening that is a kenosis, an emptying, in order that God may fill the void.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD’S EXTERIOR COMMUNICATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

GOD’S EXTERIOR COMMUNICATION A general emptying of our own driven, aggressive attacks upon God, others, and the rest of creation as well as a spirit of gentleness are necessary if we are to be in touch with God as he communicates himself to us from within and without ourselves. God reveals himself through his Word as found in Holy Scripture. This requires a listening on the levels of body, soul, and spirit as God’s message comes to us through history, intellectually. Then God’s Spirit speaks a special healing word of love in the broken time and space in which we are listening to him and releases the dynamic power of God, giving us faith and hope in God’s will to fulfill what his Spirit of love reveals. We thus should approach listening to the Word of God in Scripture with humility and gratitude, but above all with child-like faith that God’s Word made flesh is with us even unto the end of the world (Mt. 28:20). It is always a fresh, new Word, given to us as we listen with complete i...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LISTENING TO GOD IN OTHERS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

LISTENING TO GOD IN OTHERS As we learn to listen to God in others, God’s loving presence unfolds to us. In this way, we find from our own experience what inner attentiveness and love are required if we are truly to hear God. At first we listen on the bodily level to God’s Word speaking to us through others. We seek to praise God in their positive qualities, but we seek in each encounter to move from the bodily level into a faith-hope-love vision that will allow us to push deeper, beyond the evident negative side of the person to find the Word of God and hear his message of beauty and love. Therefore, we must respect the uniqueness of each person we meet and the freedom of that person to be himself or herself. Love for others will be engendered only if we can trust in basic human goodness and inner beauty. The greater our awareness of the indwelling presence of God in the deepest center of our being, the greater will be our consciousness of this same divine, loving presence surroundi...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
GOD’S INNER COMMUNICATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

GOD’S INNER COMMUNICATION All too often we fail to grow in a listening to God-Trinity within us because we have formed a very vengeful, legalistic image of him. He will always remain extrinsic to us as lawmaker and punisher of transgression. Prayer is the key that leads us to ever increasing levels of expanded consciousness of our oneness with God in love. Growth in prayer is a growth in awareness of God, especially as he lives and acts through his infinite love within us and around us. Growing continually away from self as the center moves us in a continued “conversion” toward the indwelling God as sole Center. This is grounded always in the belief that the Trinity dwells within and that, as often as we turn within and believe, we can expect to find God dwelling within and loving us individually and infinitely. We must make every effort to rid ourselves of all distracting thoughts and attachments toward any created being, including and especially our own self. We have a grave respo...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LISTENING TO OTHERS IN LOVE [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

LISTENING TO OTHERS IN LOVE As we are brought by the Trinity into a sense of belonging to the very family of God, we also discover our own personal uniqueness in individuation. We are an / loved by the three Divine Persons, each a Thou in a We community. “Speak, Lord, your servant is listening” (1 Sam. 3:10), is our constant response in humble service to be used by God to bring forth new life in others.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 10 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996
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Source: Boston College
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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 October 1996

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Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

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Source: Boston College
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ: May the peace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the love of God the Father, and the communion of the Holy Spirit be always with you! During this month of November we are called by the Church in liturgy, family, and personal prayer to reflect on our ultimate vocation and purpose in life: to be holy, to become saints now and everincreasingly in the life to come. We are brought into union with our departed loved ones who still stretch out to us for our healing love in Christ’s powerful intercession. Each year as we grow older, more mellow and reflective, we better understand how magnanimous is God to us in all his abundant graces and blessings. With our national feast at Thanksgiving we celebrate not only our constant gratitude for God’s gifts, but we also remember our calling to be holy and spotless, and to live through love in his presence, determining that we should become his adopted children through Jesus Christ...”(Eph. 1:4-5). The importance of the c...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INTEGRATING OUR CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

INTEGRATING OUR CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS Dr. Carl G. Jung called religions “the world’s great psychotherapeutic symbol systems.” But he lamented the fact that they, especially in the West, became frozen into a static understanding of the world that could no longer provide symbol systems in accord with modem scientific knowledge. He believed religious symbols are a response to our level of developed consciousness. In his book, Aion, Jung expressed his hope that Christian Churches could provide anew symbolic system to replace the Age of Pisces, symbolized in astrological signs as two fish swimming in different directions. From a world represented by two opposing forces, a world split between the conscious and the unconscious, he hoped for anew age that would bring into harmony a union of opposites which he called the “Christification of many.” Jung often referred to the modem phenomenon of the “Aquarian Age.” The astrological sign of Aquarius depicts a man cartying a pail of wate...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
NEED OF RELIGION AND DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

NEED OF RELIGION AND DEPTH PSYCHOLOGY For true Christian “new age” consciousness to emerge, a greater complementarity between modem depth psychology and religion must be acknowledged. Christian “new age” thought is already upon us, even though it is not commonly experienced or expressed as such. Simply, it is an interdiscipline between the ancient wisdom and authentic practices of religion and the methods of modem depth psychology. That we would be afforded the opportunity to enter into such anew synthesis at this time in human history is a magnificent example of God’s grace. Individuals in times past also dared to explore the depths of the unconscious and push their habitual level of consciousness to greater intensity, integrity, and fullness of human meaning. Surely the true mystics through the centuries stand as those led by the Spirit of God’s overshadowing love who did not fear to push their consciousness to deeper levels, thereby actuating the hidden treasures of their unique ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
CONSCIOUSNESS ORIGINATES IN THE UNCONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

CONSCIOUSNESS ORIGINATES IN THE UNCONSCIOUS Jung gave us a basic principle that consciousness originates in the unconscious. But just how does one define the conscious and the unconscious! Much discussion is heard today about consciousness expanded to a oneness with God and the universe. Dr. Arthur Diekman defines consciousness as “awareness,” rather than the things of which we are aware. It is a common mistake to think of consciousness as selfreflection or introspection of some sort. Consciousness is primarily a simple, internal experience of oneself and one’s activities of sensing, feeling, thinking, judging, reflecting, deciding, and acting. Consciousness is more than knowledge of an object Basical!' it is not the presence of an object to a subject, but the simple presence in non-reflective awareness of one to oneself. Different levels of conscious functioning exist. On the lowest level, dreams occur. Next is the level of sensory experiences. Then follows the level of understandi...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE UNCONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

THE UNCONSCIOUS In the strict meaning of the term according to the Freudian school, the unconscious embraces the psychic zone that contains repressed images, memories, thoughts, and other materials which cannot be recalled at will without special therapeutic help or the occurrence of special healing events, which can trigger their release. This is called the “personal unconscious.” Underlying this layer is a dark, volcanic base that brings the individual into primordial contact with all of creation as a part to a whole. This Jung calls the “collective unconscious” of the Universal Man. It releases certain images that Jung calls “archetypes.” Emotional content connected with these archetypes can powerfully affect our mind in many ways. The unconscious is a seething mass of primitive images and passions, even hate and resentment. In dreams and insanity, the veil over the unconscious is partly drawn aside. Deep prayer in the presence of an immanent God can also lead us into this inner ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INDIVIDUATION [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

INDIVIDUATION If we are to have an integrated personality and become a “holy” person living in harmony with all the various levels of psyche, the process of which Jung calls individuation, the upper layers of the psyche must be harmonized with the lower layers. To accomplish this, the lower layers must be opened up to the scrutiny of our consciousness. We will always remain crippled and a victim of primordial factors in our lives unless we can expose these lower layers and allow a healing, divine, personalized, loving power to touch them. True religion has the power to move a believer away from the cultural coding that permits traditions to become fixed and impersonal. Religion should allow an individual to move into the hidden areas of the unconscious and make contact with one’s genetic coding that is grounded in the numinous and sacred presence of God. This fiery presence of GodTrinity, the Source of all being, is present within our human unconscious and is locked into the matrix ...

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
UNION BETWEEN CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

UNION BETWEEN CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS It is the first great challenge of both depth psychology and religion, Christianity in particular, to bring together their own disciplines and methodologies to effect by complementary cooperation a union between human consciousness and the unconscious. Such a cooperative synergy of new-age thought will allow us to grow into harmonious consciousness of loving oneness with each other and the entire cosmos. This will be a major thrust in the 21st century. By drawing upon the unlimited riches of the unconscious for extended consciousness, religion and depth psychology can help all of us enter into primordial, religious experiences that will give us conscious knowledge of unending beauty and supply new energy for the creation of anew world.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
MYTHS, SYMBOLS, AND SACRAMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

MYTHS, SYMBOLS, AND SACRAMENTS A second major challenge for depth psychology and religion, especially Christianity, is helping us modems recapture the language of the unconscious, namely, myths, symbols, and sacraments. These are the means to effect a creative union between the unconscious and the conscious. We of the Western world have lost the child-like ability to enter into the primordial and numinous world of the unconscious through the language of myth and symbol. The Old and New Testaments are full of myths, for example, that of creation. Such stories help us transcend the finite to enter into the unchangeable and perfect realm of the divine as the beginning and the goal of all reality.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
SYMBOLS [Newspaper Article] — Inscape — 1 November 1996

SYMBOLS The word, symbol, comes from the Greek verb, symbollein, meaning “to bring or throw together.” A symbol unites two realities, the conscious and the unconscious, and exposes us to new knowledge beyond the limitations of human reason. Symbols are linked to archetypal, primordial experiences that are not learned, but are given and recognized universally almost as by instinct. Chiefly, a symbol presents a hidden reality and allows us to participate in that represented reality. The power of symbols is foremost in that they lead us into the unconscious where we experience our oneness in history with all other human beings. Symbols hurl us into the very heart of God as a community of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, all emptying themselves in personal self-giving on our behalf.

Publication Title: Inscape
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
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