Are you deconstructing your faith?
You have many, many questions.
You don’t know how to pray anymore.
You are not sure what words to say to God.
You do not know what you believe anymore.
Have you considered Centering Prayer?
Centering Prayer is silent prayer.
It is wordless prayer.
You sit in silence with God.
You don’t need to worry about what you think or what you will say.
You sit with God and let God love you.
No action is needed by you.
You let go of all your doubts, questions, thoughts and emotions and sit with God.
There is no pressure.
Your job is to simply sit in the rest of God.
And see what happens.
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