Retreats are a way to take one's relationship with God and one's practice deeper. They offer time and space away from the busyness and demands of daily life, and allow the mind, body, and spirit to surrender to God's presence and action within. Retreats are a common practice in many spiritual traditions and are a valuable tool to aid one's interior transformation in Christ.
The Benefits of Centering Prayer
What is Centering Prayer and How Do We Do It?
Mary Dwyer provides a brief introduction to Centering Prayer.
The source of Centering Prayer, as in all methods leading to contemplative prayer, is the Indwelling Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. The focus of Centering Prayer is the deepening of our relationship with the living Christ.
Read this Method of Centering Prayer brochure. One way to learn the method is through this in-home package: Centering Prayer: A Training Course for Opening to the Presence of God; click to View in Store.