By Joan Borysenko
Joan Borysenko explores the ways that mysticism can input into your existence. You don't need to climb a mountain or trek via Nepal to adventure a paranormal second; what you do need to examine is to be totally found in your daily life and to open up the extreme within the mundane. This e-book teaches readers tips on how to do that of their lives.
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Joan Borysenko explores the ways that mysticism can input into your lifestyles. You don't need to climb a mountain or trek via Nepal to event a paranormal second; what you do need to study is to be absolutely found in your daily life and to open up the intense within the mundane. This e-book teaches readers how you can do that of their lives.
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This brings us to a discussion of attempts to operationalize the term in the context of sociology. We generally find that a lack of historical awareness is detrimental to sociological uses of “tradition”/”traditional”, although the more nuanced notion of “detraditionalization” and attendant processes does have some promise. After pointing out shortcomings of these conceptualizations of tradition, we turn to a critical constructivist approach emphasizing the inventedness of traditions. Drawing on the approach pioneered by Eric Hobsbawm,2 and the applications of similar approaches to religion by Olav Hammer and James Lewis,3 and to esotericism by Hammer,4 we recognize its strong critical potential and call for more systematic scrutiny of the social, material, contextual and situated background 1.
As the book is at the time of writing not yet typeset, references are unfortunately only precise to the level of chapters. 35. This operative distinction seems to have been first noted in 1970 by Carl Schmitt, “Prisca Theologia e Philosophia Perennis”. Cf. the detailed discussion in Hanegraaff, Esotericism and the Academy, chapter 1. 33 egil asprem and kennet granholm narratives of the Fall and the corrupting quality of temporality. As became clear in the aftermath of the Reformation and among Catholic humanist reformers, this notion of a more authentic and authoritative past had a radical or even revolutionary aspect to it: it meant that the discovery and diligent study of ancient source texts had the potential of “restoring” truth and overthrowing modern and hence “illegitimate” innovations.
12. 13. 14. 15. 28 Thompson, “Tradition and Self in a Mediated World”, 91. Woodhead & Heelas, “Detraditionalization”, 342. , 346. Heelas, “Introduction”, 2. See Heelas, “The Spiritual Revolution” for a discussion of these categories, and Heelas, Spiritualities of Life for a more thorough discussion of the latter. 16 The multitude of possible outlooks serves to diminish the power of exclusivist and hegemonic claims to truth. This is also facilitated by previously connected spheres of life becoming increasingly differentiated and relegated to their own separate domains – with divisions between home and work, private and public, high and mass culture, as well as concepts of race and national identity, becoming influential social realities.
7 Paths to God: The Ways of the Mystic by Joan Borysenko