By Abigail G
Date Added: Tuesday 17 December 2013
James Finley is awesome, and the teachings are beautiful. He reminds me of a Christian Jon Kabat-Zin or Jack Kornfield.
By Maria V
Date Added: Friday 13 December 2013
James Finley does an excellent job interpreting and shedding light on the contemplative teaching of Thomas Merton.
By Brudge Hopkins
Date Added: Wednesday 10 April 2013
Thank you for this ST!
By Stefan Albrektsson
Date Added: Tuesday 11 October 2011
I really love the way James Finley teaches. He is clear, he is poetic, he is contemplative, he is common in the deepest way possible, he sometimes makes you laugh, sometimes cry. These mp3's is connected to, but not identical, to his book "Merton's Palace of Nowhere". I read that book at the same time as I was listening through the mp3's - they both deepened the experience of the contemplative way.
I've since the purchase of them listened to them over and over again - and I will return to them.
I've bought all available James Finley mp3's from Sounds True (and highly recomend them also).
By Greg Gaynor
Date Added: Sunday 8 August 2010
Accent to Truth- One of the 5 best books I have ever read. Powerful experience.
By Dana Lamm
Date Added: Saturday 14 May 2011
I love listening to James Finley.
By Anthony Bucci
Date Added: Wednesday 18 August 2010
I haven't read this book. Read Thomas Merton's works and you won't need a book that attempts to explain what has already been written or a book that tries to describe the man who wrote the books.
Read "Contemplative Prayer" (I've read it twice and I'll have to read it many more times to grasp it's full meaning.)
"Mystics and Zen Masters" is also an insightful book as are all of Merton's writings.