Centering prayer leads me into a place where I can let go.
I am one with God.
God prays in me.
God speaks to me with a “still small voice”
God wants me to let go of all that I am not so I can be who I am.
I will continue to practice centering prayer so I can continue to let go of who I am not and be who I am.
I want to be my true self every day.
To be my true self is my vocation.
It is who I yearn to be.
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The Path to God Leads to Nothing: Apophatic Theology and Practice: Apophatic theology is a stream of Christian mysticism rooted in the radical unknowability of God. It is the basis for the Cloud of Unknowing and the tradition of silent prayer which comes from it. In this retreat we look at the history of this kind of prayer in the teachings of Pseudo-Dionysius, John Scotus Eriugena, Meister Eckhart, and the anonymous author of the Cloud of Unknowing.
I am currently reading Eternal Heart: The Mystical Path To A Joyful Life by Carl McColman.
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