Visio Divina is translated as “divine seeing” and is related to Lectio Divina "divine reading". While Lectio Divina is a form of prayer focused on scripture, Visio Divina focuses on images.
"The human gaze is not the closed, fixed view of a camera but is creative and constructive...So much depends then on how we see things...Each of us is responsible for how we see, and how we see determines what we see. Seeing is not merely a physical act: the heart of vision is shaped by the state of soul." -- from John O'Donohue's Beauty, 2004.
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