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We embrace the process of transformation in Christ, both in ourselves and in others, through the practice of Centering Prayer.

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Chapter 2: Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer Part IV
David Frenette
David Frenette

Chapter 2:  Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer  Part IV of IV: 
Grounding your Centering Prayer Practice by Letting Intention and Consent Flow into Your Life (con't)

Reconnect to the fourth basic guideline: at the end of the prayer period, remain in silence with eyes closed for a couple of minutes. …

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Chapter 2: Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer Part III
David Frenette
David Frenette

Chapter 2:  Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer  Part IV of IV: 
Grounding your Centering Prayer Practice by Letting Intention and Consent Flow into Your Life (cion't)

Reconnect to the fourth basic guideline: at the end of the prayer period, remain in silence with eyes closed for a couple of minutes. As Jane’s spaciness and lack of motivation for the spiritual journey shifted, we turned to her final and most important issue: being “ungrounded in life.” I asked her to describe more fully what she meant by this phrase. She said, “I used to feel invigorated in my life as a result of my Centering Prayer. Now I feel a little more inward...

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Chapter 2: Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer, Part II
David Frenette
David Frenette

Chapter 2:  Renewing Your Practice of Centering Prayer, Part II
How Your Body Position Affects Your Inner Posture During Prayer

Reconnect to the second basic guideline: sitting comfortably and with eyes closed, settle briefly and silently introduce the sacred word as the symbol of your consent to God’s presence and action within. ...Contemplative resting in God can bring physical relaxation. However, resting in God is primarily an inner resting of your being in God’s Being.

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Chapter 2: Renewing your Practice of Centering Prayer, Part I
David Frenette
David Frenette

Chapter 2:  Renewing Your Practice of Centering Prayer,  Part I

Let's look in this chapter at how valuable the Centering Prayer basic guidelines are, even for longtime practitioners.  Many of the difficulties encountered by longtime practitioners are helped by returning to the simple wealth of meaning that is contained in the four introductory guidelines.

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