In centering prayer, rather than search the Gospels and let them reveal the answer, we let Jesus come directly to us in the silence.
We let go.
We open ourselves.
We let the Christ Light or “Seed of Christ” within be revealed and act within us.
We let ourselves be filled with the work that God wants us to do.
God reveals answers to long-term questions, prompts us to do new things, and asks us to serve in new ways.
The silence of centering prayer reveals Jesus’ imprint on our souls.
This imprint is hidden like a seed in the ground and the water of centering prayer reveals it and makes it grow.
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