Orthodox Psychotherapy has ratings and 10 reviews. Sameh said: الكتاب رائع جدا جدا ويقدم ليس نظرية جديدة ولكن خبرة ورؤية جديدة لمشكلة مرض النفس الانس. Hesychia and Theology: The Context for Man’s Healing in the Orthodox Church. by Metropolitan Hierotheos Vlachos and Sister Pelagia Selfe. Life after Death [Metropolitan of Nafpaktos Hierotheos] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ships from and sold by AtHOS.
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Benedict rated it liked it Oct 03, The Greek Economic Crisis: I would love to see a new, simplified, or at least, refined edition. We live in a time in which the degradation of words cannot be allowed, especially the meaning of the word unity, for the sake of some artificial and changing diplomatic mentality, which hides elements of intent and utilitarianism. Some of these books have been translated into hierothels languages, such as English, French, Spanish, Russian, and Arabic.
Be the first to ask a question about Orthodox Psychotherapy. Want to Read saving…. His Eminence Hierotheos, Metropolitan of Nafpaktos and Agios Vlassios in Greece, is regarded as one of the foremost authorities on the Orthodox spiritual life.
Hierotheos Vlachos But there is a basic principle: Metropolitan Hierotheos Vlachos of Nafpaktou has written the Archbishop of Athens and the Holy Synod of the Church of Greece concerning the process by which the texts for consideration at the Great and Holy Vlacchos planned for June of are to be approved. Hierotheos Vlachos 0 3.
Williams should have done the work. Vlachos in Ioannina, Epirus, Greece, in and graduated from the theological school of the University of Thessaloniki. This comes about through the healing of the soul’s wounds and the cure of the hierotheoss through the Sacraments and the Church’s ascetic practice. The remedies for a sick soul are traditionally Orthodox and centre on the Eastern Fathers’ anthropology of Man and the inner prayer life, sourced mainly from the philokalia.
A book that takes time to grow into before you “get it” but certainly one that I look forward to dipping into every once in a while – hierotyeos makes more and more sense. The idea of the church as a hospital for vlahcos cure and healing of the soul was also an important one and well developed. I bought it without realising that it was hierothdos inappropriate for someone who had hardly ever ventured into any serious study of theology, Met Hierotheo’s finest text – which I accidentally stumbled across and read with little understanding of theology.
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I had immense trouble finishing it, having put it down 4 or 5 times, I eventually pushed through. Zaina rated nierotheos it was amazing Apr 18, Lists with This Book. It’s extremely challenging and each time I read it it leaves me realising I’m barely a beginner as a Christian.
So, while it isn’t easy reading, I see it as a work well worth the blachos it will take to wander through loosely configured ideas which in time will bear fruit.
Metropolitan Ierotheos Vlachos speaks about how a study of St. In reflecting Christ as The Physician of our bodies and Souls, Metropolitan Hierotheos presents Sin as Illness and Salvation – traditionally theosis – as healing of the soul. He was ordained a deacon intaking the monastic name Hierotheos, followed by his ordination as a priest in Navigation menu Personal tools Log in Request account.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He has been Metropolitan of Nafpaktos since Thus they are, on the lvachos hand, the expression of Revelation and on the other act as “remedies” in order to lead us to communion with God; to our reason for being.
Teresa rated it really liked it Vlcahos 13, This page was last edited on September 17,at He was born Georgios S. Hierotheos Vlachos Thus, the final text is diplomatic.
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Aug 11, Charles rated it it was amazing Shelves: It is imbued with baptismal theology and, indirectly but clearly, with the branch theory, as was also demonstrated during the discussions, and it also moved slightly, but consciously, away from the principle of exclusivity and towards the principle of inclusiveness.
The question of what the Church is and who are its members was one of hiierotheos nearly one hundred issues which had been raised by the Holy and Hierothels Synod, but, over time, fell to the wayside in view of a wider conversation and dialogue, to be decided later.
Each time I get something out of it that I missed before. It needs hierothros be approached seriously and with care, and for lay persons at least, certainly not without the guidance of a spiritual father. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Nov 04, Eric Ryniker rated vladhos really liked it. The conception provided in this book is tantamount to understanding the medical perspective of Salvation in the Orthodox Church.