The final outcome of contemplative prayer - interspirituality!

by Ray Yungen

The final outcome of contemplative prayer is interspirituality. The premise behind interspirituality is that divinity (God) is in all things, and the presence of God is in all religions. Interspirituality is a uniting of the world’s religions through the common thread of mysticism.

by Ray Yungen

The final outcome of contemplative prayer is interspirituality. If you have truly grasped the portrait I have tried to paint in my book and articles, you have begun to see what this term signifies. The focus of my criticism of mystical prayer must be understood in the light of interspirituality.

Just what exactly is interspirituality? The premise behind interspirituality is that divinity (God) is in all things, and the presence of God is in all religions; there is a connecting together of all things, and through mysticism (i.e., meditation) this state of divinity can be recognized. Consequently, this is a premise that is based on and upheld by an experience that occurs during a self-hypnotic trance linking one to an unseen world rather than to the sound doctrine of the Bible.

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