The trascendental reality’s acceptance and her interior meditation. A  comparative approach to mysticism between Zen Buddhism, Shivaism,  Sufism and Christian tradition Cover Image

La questione del misticismo: l’accettazione d’una realtà sovrasensibile e di un raccoglimento interiore. Profili comparati tra buddhismo zen, shivaismo, sufismo e mistica cristiana
The trascendental reality’s acceptance and her interior meditation. A comparative approach to mysticism between Zen Buddhism, Shivaism, Sufism and Christian tradition

Author(s): Gianfranco LONGO
Subject(s): Comparative Studies of Religion, East Asian Philosophy, Indian Philosophy, Middle-East Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
Published by: Editura Institutul European
Keywords: God;Jesus;mysticism;sufi;kintsugi;man;life;startzy;Coran;mujahede;consciousness;real;universal;sorrow

Summary/Abstract: The mysticism’s problem begins when our knowledge of the world becomes search for the deep: the sorrow and the joy are the same moments of life, lived in a mirror in which to dwell. The kintsugi art is care and meditation about joy and sadness, about the past time and present moment where life and death have a common point that introduces us to the mystery of our beginning.

  • Issue Year: III/2015
  • Issue No: 10
  • Page Range: 13-45
  • Page Count: 33
  • Language: Italian