Turning to the Mystics is a podcast for people searching for something more meaningful, intimate and richly present in the divine gift of their lives. James Finley, clinical psychologist and Living School faculty, offers a modern take on the historical contemplative practices of Christian mystics like Teresa of Avila, Thomas Merton, John of the Cross among others. Leaning into their experiences can become a gateway to hope, healing and oneness. Together with Kirsten Oates from the Center for Action and Contemplation, they explore listener questions and examine their own paths as modern contemplatives in this beautiful and broken world.
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Welcome to the listener questions series from our sessions on Mechthild of Magdeburg. Due to the volume of questions this season, we have decided to make two episodes dedicated to listener questions. This is the last of the two episodes on Mechthild ... more
Welcome to the listener questions series from our sessions on Mechthild of Magdeburg. Due to the volume of questions this season, we have decided to make two episodes dedicated to listener questions. This is the first of two on Mechthild of Magdeburg... more
On this special bonus episode, James Finley and Kirsten Oates interview Dr. Bernard McGinn about Christian mysticism and how Cristian mystics guide us in living faithfully to the mystical dimensions of God's presence. They also discuss the distinctiv... more
The mystical tradition goes to the heart of authentic Christianity. It beckons us into the heart of a relationship with the Holy One. Jim is truly immersed in this tradition and relationship. These podcasts have been a salve and blessing and opened my heart.
I have found someone who knows. May God guide you and keep you. Merci beaucoup Angella
Jim Finley is amazing and these podcasts started awesome and continue to get even better. I could listen to Jim read and reflect forever. This is one of my heavenly dwellings. The latest episode is the best ever. Hearing the beautiful words of the mystic interwoven with Jim’s reflections is balm for my soul. In a beautiful way this intimate sharing reminds me of the AA Big Book study meetings I love, where AA literature is read and then reflected on in an intimate way. Maureen is listening too. ... more
This podcast is brilliant and offers spiritual nourishment for everyone regardless of their religious beliefs. It is rich with wisdom and soothing to my soul. Thank you for creating it!
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Turning to the Mystics launched 4 years ago and published 114 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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