The Centuring Prayer

Using the Centering Prayer or Praying the Scriptures is a method of prayer which results in a very balanced life.

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It is a prayer of interior silence.

It is seen as a method to open the mind and heart to God, a practice of taking one beyond thoughts, words and emotions to God in a close relationship closer than breathing, thinking, feeling, choosing or even consciousness itself.

Traditionally it is called Contemplative Prayer.

It consists of responding to God’s Presence and action within self. It quiets the faculties to cooperate with the Gift of God’s Presence. It also facilitates the movement from modes of prayer such as verbal, mental or affective into a receptive prayer of resting in God.

According to Pennington Centering Prayer emphasizes prayer as a personal relationship with God and is a discipline to foster and serve this relationship by a regular, daily practice of prayer (rituals or activities).

Members of Contemplative Outreach believe that the Centering Prayer is Trinitarian in its source, Christ Centered in its focus and Ecclesial in its effects.

According to Basil Pennington and Father Thomas Keating, the practice involves short repetitive prayers.

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