Centering Prayer is a response to the invitation “Be still and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) and based on Matthew 6:6. It is a way to give our consent to the presence and transforming grace of the Divine in silence beyond thoughts, words and emotions.
CENTERING PRAYER is a Christian meditation method that helps us let go of the busy, become less attached to our thoughts and expectations, and most importantly – say YES to God’s presence and action in our life. Simple- yes, Easy- no.
November 23, 2019 – 9am to 12pm @ Contemplate Lincoln, 135 N 31st Street
This will be a half day workshop and renewal day for Centering Prayer. We will learn and renew the method of the practice, as well as practice together and discuss some of the difficulties of maintaining a regular practice over the long term. We will discuss the history of the Christian contemplative tradition and Thomas Keating’s understanding of the Divine Healing available to every one of us; how to let go of thoughts and the effects of a deepening relationship with God in our daily lives. Great class to start or refresh your practice.
Suggested donation for class $20. Recommended book Open Mind Open Heart by Father Thomas Keating also available for $15.
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January 11, 2020 – 9am to 12:30 pm, Westwood Church, 13056 Atwood Ave, Omaha
This introduction will include a brief overview of the contemplative tradition, the method of Centering Prayer and how to let go of thoughts and the effects of a deepening relationship with God in our daily lives.
Registration $25. Recommended book Open Mind Open Heart by Father Thomas Keating also available for $15.
Register online below or send registration to:
Cecelia Arndt, 1711 North 160th Street Omaha NE 68118. Make checks payable to: Nebraska Contemplative Outreach. Include name, email, address and phone number.
Registration begins at 8:45am. Please bring a small snack to share.
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