The One Who Loves Us
This far-ranging book presents God as “the One Who loves us” – all of us. Spirituality in general, the Christian spiritual journey in particular, and Centering Prayer’s vital role in all of this, are core themes in this work. There are chapters concerning different interpretations of Christianity as found in the six stages of evolving consciousness identified by Integral Theory; prayer as relating to God; three grades of evolving love; duality versus non-duality and apophatic theology. As a movement into simplicity and silence, non-conceptual Centering Prayer is readily available to people longing for a deeper, more intimate relationship with God in all denominations and stages of evolving consciousness.