Abstract

abstract:

This article discusses the practice of "meditative walking" and the way in which it can form one's spirituality, particularly in terms of a deep interconnectedness between humanity and nature, such that it leads to specific ecological commitments and doctrines. To make this argument, this article explores first the practice of Christian pilgrimage, and then turns to reflection on the rock garden at Ryōanji in Kyoto, with the hope that the ways in which this rock garden, in particular, has been described and interpreted might suggest to Christians a fresh way of experiencing and reflected upon the practice of meditative walking.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1527-9472
Print ISSN
0882-0945
Pages
pp. 11-18
Launched on MUSE
2021-11-18
Open Access
No
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