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  1. Dear Chuck Dunning

    I find wonderful your articles about the “way of the heart “. I ask you the permission to publish some of them in my blogs about spirituality, including always the source , or the origin of them. I have include your links in my list :

    God bless you

    • Dear joao,

      Thank you for the kind words. Yes, feel free to publish anything you wish from my blog to yours.



  2. You have a very beautiful Web Site. It is even something that certain Fundamentalist Christians can relate to because you’re supporting the mysticism of the Holy Spirit. And “Purist” mysticism is what A.W. Tozer touched on in his classic anthology “The Christian Book of Mystical Verse.” In his preface Tozer helped a lot of Christians to accept the meaning of the “mystical” in the Christian spirit, that it doesn’t have to mean occult. Keep up the good work.

    • Vernon,

      Thank you for the kind words and encouragment, and welcome to the site. I don’t recall having read Tozer’s work, but it sounds like we have something in common. I want people who come from more conservative Christian backgrounds, as I did, to discover that all the mystical truths are right here in our own scriptures and traditions, we just need to have the eyes to see and ears to hear.


      • Absolutely! Thank you Chuck. I’m so glad I found this. Courtesy of Joshua in his list of related subjects in “The Spirit Of The Scriptures.” I love that word Agape, it denotes the purity of true Divine Love, the sharing kind.

  3. Hello Chuck. Just came across your site. I tend The Hidden Monastery found at
    Thank you for your offering, especially the shrine to Sophia.

    • Hi Cynthia,

      Thanks for stopping by, and I’m glad you enjoyed the shrine. I just visited your beautiful site.:-) Great concept!

      I’m overdue to write a new post here! 😛


  4. Hello, Chuck. Thanks for your contributions to the Christian mystic path. You and I have very different orientations in this pursuit, my own being informed by quantum mechanics, yet in all that I’ve read of your thoughts I find no difference. Truly all paths lead to the Heart of God.

    Having read your “manifesto” of November 2006, I wish to share a poem of like sentiment. On this page of my website – – are samples from my books of poetry, and the one I’m inclined to share with you is the third poem, titled “Xion.”

    Blessings and light, Zach Shatz

  5. Hi Zach,

    Such a splendid poem! The last four lines really cut right to the heart of the matter, don’t they?

    The sun burns out of jealousy
    and its heat is just passion
    for the company of the truly eternal flame
    the imperishable word of God is “I love you.”

    Thank you for sharing this, and for stopping by. It’s been a long time since I had anything different to say for my blog, but perhaps sometime soon I will. In the meantime, I’ll enjoy visiting yours and others.


  6. I’m very please to read your materials. Your work and understanding is very helpful and I sense you are a kindred spirit. Blessings be upon you and your spiritual path.

    • Hi Keith! I just gave your site a quick glance, and it does seem we are kindred spirits. Thanks for the blessings, and many to you as well.


  7. Hello, are you still regularly updating this site? Reading it I feel like I’m finally coming home to what I’ve yearned for that was missing in my traditional Catholic upbringing. I have never wanted to abandon it but your posts feel like the missing piece. Thank you.

    • Hello Carla,

      I’m so glad the site has proven valuable to you! I do intend to keep it active, and would like to contribute more to it. However, for now my creative efforts are focused on other projects. If you ever feel like commenting on particular posts, please do so!


  8. Hi Mr Dunning,
    I was happy to see your interview with Dr. Miller. He was my professor. I last saw him in 2013 and was wondering how he was. Any recent contact?

    • Hello Esther!

      It’s so nice of you to drop a note about John! I last spoke with him on December 3rd, and he’s doing very well. He fully retired from teaching after the spring semester. You know, I’m pretty sure I’ve heard John speak of you, and I am certain he would love to hear from you. If you’d like to contact me directly by email, I’ll be happy to help you two connect.


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