THE SONG OF SIMON - A SPIRITUAL JOURNAL

THE SONG OF SIMON - A SPIRITUAL JOURNAL

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The 'Song of Simon' is a spiritual journal that faithfully records the content of a series of mystical encounters experienced by Pilgrim Simon over the course of a few months at the turn of the millennium. Though allegorical and mythical in its symbolism, the philosophical and theological content is at times quite profound. In general, it resonates with the approach of non-dualists and core views of spiritual thinkers such as Ibn al-Arabi, Shankara and Meister Eckhart… (more)

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Language: English

Written in: 2011

Published: 2011-01-17

Word count: 25,438 words (≈ about 2 hours)

License: Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives (cc by-nc-nd)

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Robert Laynton, writing as Pilgrim Simon, has spent forty years exploring spirituality. He gained a degree in psychology and post graduate qualifications in counselling and was for a time a member of the British Psychological Society, contributing to their Transpersonal Psychology Journal. His studies draw from personal experience and from different religious and spiritual traditions as well as from psychology, psychiatry and Transpersonal psychology. He is inspired by thinkers such as Shankara, Ibn Al-Arabi, Meister Eckhart, David Waite, George Kelly, Ken Wilber, Arthur Deikman and Karen Armstrong.


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