Category: Centering Prayer

Holding His hand, I am not in charge anymore.

Today’s gospel (Mark 1:29-39) was about how Jesus grasped the hand of Simon’s mother-in-law who was sick with a fever. He helped her up and the fever left her and she waited on them. My mind just focuses in this

Centering Prayer and Embodied Contemplative Practices

Centering Prayer and Embodied Contemplative Practices – My experience The article Contemplative Movement on the January 2018 of Contemplative Outreach Ltd. bulletin by Robin Gates, stirred in my mind so many experiences that I observed after few years of my

Prayers to quiet the mind for entrance to Centering Prayer

Let Your God Love You Be silent. Be still. Alone. Empty. Before your God. Say nothing. Ask nothing. Be silent. Be still. Let your God, look upon you That is all. God knows. God understands. God loves you. With enormous

Renewing the Understanding of the Contemplative Tradition

Father Carl Arico wrote a series of questions and answers about the richness of Contemplative Prayer, Centering Prayer and the role of Contemplative Outreach. I highly recommend you read his article: Renewing the Understanding of the Contemplative Tradition

Fr. William Meninger -Love Beyond Limitations – Part 4 of The Four Monks


Fr. Basil Pennington – The Infinite Capacity for Love – Part 3 of The Four Monks


Fr. Thomas Keating – The Necessity for Meditation – Part 2 of The Four Monks


Fr. Joseph Boyle – Gratitude for the Beginings – Part 1 of The Four Monks

This is the first segment of The Four Monks: Gratitude for the Beginnings with Fr. Joseph Boyle   [youtube=]          

Los Cuatro Monjes

Durante la Conferencia de Contemplative Outreach en donde se celebró los 30 años de Contemplative Outreach el pasado Septiembre, vi este video. Los cuatro monjes son el Abad Joseph Boyle, el padre Thomas Keating, el padre Basil Pennington y el

The Four Monks

During the Contemplative Outreach Conference, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Contemplative Outreach last September, I saw this video and I love it. The four monks are Abbot Joseph Boyle, Fr. Thomas Keating, Fr.Basil Pennington and Fr. William Meninger. They have