An Experience of Interreligious Dialogue, Netanel Miles-Yepez, Foreword by Ken Wilber, Introduction by Thomas Keating.
Essays, originally published in the "Sewanee Theological Review", contribute to the growing number of books on centering prayer--its practice, theory, and applications . . .
Una introduccional Cuaderno de Trabajo de la Oracion Centrante. Al principio, el propósito de este cuaderno de trabajo fue diseñado a dar esperanza a todos los presos . . .
Pathway to Freedom: Introduction to Centering Prayer Workbook The use of unique and practice-oriented activities accompanying each chapter helps develop this growth step by step.
In this searching study, Fr. Murchadh O Madagain in describes the life and thoughts of Fr. Thomas Keating, the Trappist monk who was one of the founders of the centering prayer . . .
Currently on Backorder - "Sister Meg is quite correct in saying tht humility matters. It is a reflection of our putting others first and placing less importance on ourselves.
Explore a simple, biblical practice of prayer that leads to a deep communion with God and encourages a way of life motivated by the divine, perhaps untapped, Presence at the center . . .
Fr. Keating writes about the retreat into the "inner room" mentioned by Jesus in Matthew 6:6. The inner room is the silent space in which God unloads the burdens and . . .
A complete guidebook for those who wish to learn about the practice of Centering Prayer.
Jens Soering, an Virginia prison inmate, tells how Centering Prayer and its corollary, Centering Practice--contemplative prayer in action--enable him to survive the daily pain of prison life.