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By James W. Skehan

Prepared as a twenty-four week retreat in 4 stages, this version is a consultant to "The religious workouts of St. Ignatius Loyola". It contains "centering" routines of expertise patterned on jap or Buddhist meditation practices and devotional routines just like or drawn from these present in Sadhana, by way of the overdue Anthony de Mello, SJ. Poems and prayers through Rainer Maria Rilke, Rabindranath Tagore, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Edith Sitwell, and others also are incorporated, in addition to fabrics from Teilhard de Chardin's Divine Milieu.

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Page 11 Consciousness Examen or Christian Insight Meditation Ignatius considered the "examen" to be a form of prayer that is of paramount importance among spiritual exercises. Unfortunately, this exercise has been much misunderstood as being a relatively sterile method of self improvement, and one having narrowly moralistic overtones. As such, the exercise can not only be an unsatisfactory kind of prayer, but may also become a source of dissatisfaction with all spiritual exercises as well as a source of guilt.

Something similar happens in the mystical world. If we could go mentally blind, so to speak, or if we could blindfold our mind while we are communicating with God, we would be forced to develop some other faculty for communicating with himthat faculty which, according to a number of mystics, is already straining to move out to him anyway if it were given a chance to developthe heart. If you would communicate with God through this heart that the mystics speak of, you must first silence the mind.

The First and the Second Exercises offer new matter which the exercitant must work at with some effort. The Third and the Fourth are Repetitions and the Fifth Exercise is an Application of the Senses. The movement over these five exercises is from very active prayer which engages me vigorously to more receptive prayer in which I can peacefully allow the Lord to love me. Fleming "reads" or interprets Ignatius' directions in this way: Rather than take up new subject matter for consideration, I should return to those thoughts and feelings which struck me forcefully from the First and Second Exercises.

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