Centering Prayer Is A Life Changer

During centering prayer, I empty myself of my false self.

My false self can be many different things, depending on the day.

I might be lonely or worried, angry or frustrated.

I might be tired or insecure.

None of these are who I am.

When I let go of them, I am at peace.

I discover that I can now get on with my day and the tasks ahead.

The distractions and preoccupations end and my real work begins.

I have a proclivity for centering prayer and understand how it can help me and others.

I do not want to keep centering prayer for myself.

I want to share it.

I want centering prayer to change others’ lives as it has changed mine.

I want to plant centering-prayer seeds so others can see how the gift of silence can be a life changer.

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