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Silence Speaks Truthfully

Notes to a presentation by Michael Whelan SM PhD
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Sacred Silence in Literature and the Arts Conference 2019
Friday 4 October 2019, Australian Catholic University, Strathfield.

This presentation is a meditation. Silence is approached as an attribute of Being – not something we invent or impose. Something beyond mere absence of noise.

1. Breathing exercise – 10 minutes. Explain briefly.

2. Read excerpts from Les Murray’s “Noonday Axeman”

You are encouraged to read this poem before reading the following text. You can find this poem at poemhunter

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