Category: Spiritual Journey

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

A Meditation on Kenosis

I found this meditation at the end of the book title Humility Matters by Mary Margaret Funk (2005).In this meditation, I discover the words I was searching for so long in my Christian tradition. kenosis-meditation_hm


I just finished  reading a book title Humility Matters by Mary Margaret Funk (2005) and I am trying to make a summary of my reading so it will help me to integrate its content.(p.180-185)   We Christians follow the way

Running A Race With Your Eyes On the Goal.

Fr. William Meninger Homily_August 13, 2016 and  a guided meditation from Cardinal John Newman (Prayer used by Mother Theresa) Homily  The readings this morning are complicated and diverse so I would like to focus on just one important line from

Contemplative Prayer and the Birthright to what is already within you

Contemplative prayer is the change that changes everything. It’s not telling you what to see, but teaching you how to see. And when you know how to see, you’re home free. You’re indestructible. When you know how to see in

Suggestions for Reading Fr. Thomas Keating’s Books

Suggestions for Reading Fr. Thomas Keating’s Books: 1.The Human Condition: Contemplation and Transformation (Wit Lectures-Harvard Divinity School. (1999) by Thomas Keating O.C.S.O and Ronald F. Thiemann. _A short invitation to begin a personal spiritual journey. 2. Open Mind Open Heart

Exploring Foundations of Contemplative Living

Dear friends For me, it is a privilege to be working with the group that is planning the retreat led by James Finley and I am very excited to let you know with enough time. I would like to invite you personally to this

The Path of Descent

Almasgiving, Fasting, Prayer The Rohr Institute’s first guided library study! Please check this website: Explore three downward movements of the spiritual journey

Transformative Suffering

I am presenting a summary of the daily meditations that Fr. Rhor presented this week. 1. If we do not transform our pain, we will most assuredly transmit it. (Sunday) 2. Jesus is not observing human suffering from a distance; he is