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The Divine Milieu The essential companion to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin s The Phenomenom of Man, The Divine Milieu expands on the spiritual message so basic to his thought He shows how man s spiritual life can become a participation in the destiny of the universe.Teilhard de Chardin geologist, priest, and major voice in twentieth century Christianity probes the ultimate meaning of all physical exploration and the fruit of his own inner life The Divine Milieu is a spiritual treasure for every religion bookshelf. Free Read The Divine Milieu Author Pierre Teilhard de Chardin For Kindle ePUB or eBook – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This book is truly close to my heart It bridges the gap between the best wisdom of mysticism regarding the personal spirit to apply these concepts to our collective spirit So often mysticism in an introverted discipline,...

  2. I LOVE this book and this man Loved it so much I m now writing my dissertation on it and the author So, it has indeed greatly influenced the way I think and talk about my Christian faith, and how I teach it also Not an easy read it s NOT spiritual fluff but I highly recommend

  3. Teilhard presents complicated science and metaphysics, and it s fascinating So fascinating that I can t believe that he s not a household name His theories are reminscent of ideas presented by Paul Davies and Rupert Sheldrake I suppose that someday science will catch up with religion

  4. Just as, at the centre of the divine milieu, all the sounds of created being are fused, without being confused, in a single note which dominates and sustains them, so all the powers of the soul begin to resound in response to its call and these multiple tones, in their turn, compose themselves into a single, ineffably simple vibration in which all the spiritual nuances of love and of the intellect, of zeal and of tranquillity, of fullness and of ecstasy, of passion and of indifference, of a Just as, at the centre of the divine milieu, all the sounds of created being are fused, without being confused, in a single note which dominates and sustains them, so all the powers of the soul begin to resound in resp...

  5. What is most divine in God is that, in an absolute sense, we are nothing apart from him 49 No one lifts his little finger to do the smallest task unless moved, however obscurely, by the conviction that he is contributing infinitesimally as least indirectly to the building of something definitive that is to say, to your work, my God 56 At the heart of our universe, each soul exists for God, in the Lord But in all reality, even material reality, around each one o...

  6. I think I got the gist of the book But for me, it was difficult to read in that the sentences were usually a paragraph long, with big words and Latin references I d read and then not be sure I understood what was being said My comments are a reflection on me, not smart enough, not the book.

  7. I was first introduced to the writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin while I was living on the streets of Austin Texas, homeless, by another homeless individual by the name of Charlie Charlie was an intellectual and obviously had some of the same interest as me, primarily the world, the nature of reality , Society culture, and surviving in the midst of what was seemingly an alien and hostile environment We would see Charlie at least once a month at a local Presbyterian Church which offe I was first introduced to the writings of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin while I was living on the streets of Austin Texas, homeless, by another homeless individual by the name of Charlie Charlie was an intellectual and obviously had some of the same interest as me, primarily the world, the nature of reality , Society culture, and surviving in the midst of what was seemingly an alien and hostile environment We would see Charlie at least once a month at a local Presbyterian Church which offered breakfast, a place to rest and fellowship, and much needed resources In the span of time we began sharing the same table with Charlie and often found ourselves in conversation During one of these conversations Charlie showed me a book he was reading it was entitled...

  8. I have to admit that I picked this book up as a result of reading Julian May s Galactic Milieu novels She mentions Teilhard de Chardin, and I was intrigued It s a fascinating read and you can see why the Roman Catholic church were a little bit wary of his ideas Put together with the Julian May stories, though, it all makes a lot of sense, and I went on to read The Phenomenon of Man and other books by him Hard going, but very much worth whil...

  9. Very interesting author and ideas A good translation with a biographical introduction I thought the author s ideas on the meaning of death were profound, thought provoking and inspiring Inspiring also wer...

  10. Although PT de Chardin would disagree with my analysis, I think this is a marriage between paganism and Christianity, in my very lay understanding of this text Rich with devotion to the divine, in all its presentations I could certainly read this again, especially ...