Who am I?


Who am I?

You best express who you are when you do the things that make you feel alive.

These things are usually outside of your comfort zone.

You stretch and push and challenge yourself until you finally arrive.

However, the truth is you never fully arrive because who you are is not an end point but a wonderful journey.

Who you are usually involves helping and serving others.

Who you are is not a selfish endeavor but rather a selfless one.

Who you are is often best discovered when you balance action with silence.

When you take action you gain clarity.

When you rest and become silent you give your inner wisdom a chance to emerge and express itself.

Centering Prayer is a wonderful practice that will gently nudge this inner wisdom into much needed action.

Centering Prayer helps me discern my daily actions.

Silence teaches me who I am.

Silence will teach you who you are.


Need some help getting out of your comfort zone? Contact me. I might be able to help. 


Go Further:

Putting on the Mind of Christ: The Inner Work of Christian Spirituality by James Marion

Mindful Silence: The Heart of Christian Contemplation by Phileena Heuertz

The Naked Now by Richard Rohr


this post may contain affiliate links

Enjoy my Centering Prayer video: I don’t know what sacred word to use during Centering Prayer.

Did you know I have a Facebook page where I post content everyday and go live multiple times each week. Feel free to check it out and friend me. I look forward to seeing you there.

Silence and the Spiritual Journey by Contemplative Outreach: The purpose of our historical lifetime is to provide us with space for the upward journey of evolution into vertical time and our assimilation of the eternal values that Christ brought into the world. This journey consists of everything from great touches of God (consolations) to the Dark Nights.

Lectio Divina Heart to Heart – Listening and Living with God by Contemplative Outreach: The ancient practice of praying the Scriptures is being rediscovered and renewed in our time. Known as Lectio Divina (Divine Reading), it is one of the great treasures of the Christian tradition of prayer.

Contemplative Practices: 5 Ways of Consenting to the Divine – Learn methods practiced by Christian mystics for centuries to consent to the action and presence of God within, including Centering Prayer, The Examen, Lectio Divina, Christian Meditation, and the Jesus Prayer.

Writing as a Spiritual Practice: This course helps you to access the rich spiritual stories that lie deeply within you. Words are powerful. The words that you write can be used to:

  • help you understand yourself better – and therefore divine God’s purpose in your life
  • facilitate healing of spiritual wounds
  • minister to others more effectively
  • share your testimonies of how God has worked in your life

Drawing from the wisdom of monastic life, modern psychology and best practices in personal productivity, the Monk Manual provides a daily system that will help you find clarity, purpose, wisdom, and peace in the moments that make up your life.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

script src="//z-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/onejs?MarketPlace=US&adInstanceId=2fbfe039-b7b6-4678-9ff9-3cfd1aa02f46">


Receive our free Centering Prayer ebook, Weekly Meditations, Book Reviews and other posts automatically to your email.

You have Successfully Subscribed!