Centering prayer connects us to Life, reminding us who we are as it teaches us how to live.
We are the loving and compassionate actions of Jesus in this world.
We participate in the larger mystical mind and heart of Christ who said “before Abraham was, I am” (John 8:58).
Some contemplatives have commented that there are two great sacraments of the church—the sacrament of Holy Communion and the sacrament of silence.
When we take Holy Communion, we participate in the Body of Christ—and when we practice disciplined silences, we also commune with Christ.
Holy Communion is both symbolic and substantial, while the sacrament of silence is mystical and subtle.
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