Centering Prayer and New Experiences

Silence is God’s classroom.

I return to it each day and let God teach me.

Often our lives can become boring.

We get into routines and do the same things from morning till the time we retire at night.

Centering prayer teaches us to let go of the old ways we do things.

We let go of our routines and open to new experiences.

I am a routine person.

What will happen if I alter my routine?

I will birth a new experience.

This book is a rebirth.

Before this book I did not write anything longer than ten to fifteen pages.

Read more in Sitting with God.


I was honored to write the Foreword for Happiness and Joy: Can a Spiritual Life Have Both? by Nicholas Amato. 

Here are some of the things I work on with my one on one coaching clients:

  • Begin and deepen your relationship with God
  • Create a long-term, sustainable centering prayer practice
  • Go deeper in your existing centering prayer practice
  • What does it mean to consent to God within?
  • Find the time for your practice
  • Add a second sit
  • The power of a second sit
  • Remove or neutralize barriers to your centering prayer practice
  • Discover your true self
  • Continue to become your true self
  • Access the fruits of your practice
  • Integrate your practice with your daily life
  • Sit with God and walk with God everyday

Contact me if you want to learn more about working with me in a one on one relationship.

I am currently reading Contemplating Christ: The Gospels and the Interior Life by Vincent Pizutto.

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