Addiction & Theology; Contemplation teaches how we see
Addiction and theology. Contemplation, being contemplative.
It allows us to see the truth of things in their wholeness. It is a mental discipline and a gift that detaches us—neurologically and spiritually—from the addiction of our habitual way of thinking, usually in our left brain, which likes to be in control.
Learning to See Wednesday, January 10, 2017
If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to [us] as it is, infinite. —William Blake 
Contemplation is about seeing, but a kind of seeing that is much more than mere looking because it also includes recognizing and thus appreciating. The contemplative mind does not tell us what to see, but teaches us how to see what we behold. Read More: