A Holy Nothingness: Writing Towards God

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Adriana Attento, Aug 27, 2010 - Psychology - 200 pages
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A Holy Nothingness details the remarkable odyssey of traveling the inner terrain through the use of creativity and the imagination. By engaging in a practice she now calls Creative Meditation, the author slowly dissolved the threshold between the unconscious and the conscious mind. As a result, the life-giving waters of the unconscious rushed in with a collection of personal and universal images. These images were so brilliant and captivating that her awareness sank deeper and deeper into the boundless unconscious of the psyche. The deeper awareness went, the more she dissolved the boundaries within until she became witness to and united with a holy nothingness, that sacred emptiness from which this One Life flows. Dissolving the boundaries within meant deepening into the cradle of creativity, discovering the deepest part of her being, and crossing a different kind of ocean - the inner one. In an age where meditation, yoga, and other inward searching practices have become popular, anyone who also has a regular practice of creativity such as writing, painting, sculpting, or dancing might experience the powerful forces of the unconscious and find guidance, insight, and support in this book.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
April 18 2004
13
April 19 2004
22
Inner Movement
30
April 20 2004
39
April 21 2004
50
The Moving Image
56
April 22 2004
63
10am
81
The Shadow
91
April 27 2004
107
Acceptance
120
Creation
133
Union
147
May 14 2004
162
Afterward
164

30am
71

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Adriana Attento is a spiritual teacher of Creative Meditation: The Yoga of Creativity. She is also a speaker, author, and founder of www.CreationMeditation.com.

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