Meditation: A Way of Christian Prayer
Learning to pray is learning to live as fully as possible in the present moment. -John Main, OSB
Meditation is a form of prayer in which we move beyond words, thoughts, and images. We open ourselves to God’s mysterious and silent presence within us and it becomes more and more the reality of our lives. From this place of prayer we engage in our work in the world. This spring, especially during the season of Lent, Wisdom Ways offers several ways for us to gather in silence. We invite you to learn this way of Christian prayer.
Three events with Laurence Freeman, OSB, Director of The World Community for Christian Meditation:
Christian Meditation: A Way of Living in the Modern World - Monday, February 11, 6:30-8:30pm
Pre-Lenten Retreat: The Heart of the Matter - Tuesday, February 12, 9:00am-1:30pm
Christian Meditation for Children and Young People - Tuesday, February 12, 6:30-8:30pm
Facilitators: Deborah Chernick, a CSJ consociate, has studied and practiced meditation for many years and is on the board of the Trust for the Meditation Process. Susan Oeffling, CSJ, a spiritual director and group facilitator, has practiced meditation for years. With master’s degrees in theology and counseling, she completed her education as a spiritual director through the Center for Spiritual Guidance.