10-Minute Centering Meditation from Christian Tradition

Rose Freerick, a Christian meditation teacher, who draws inspiration from the divine, teaches us to find stillness in this centering prayer.
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Rose Freerick, a Christian meditation teacher, who draws inspiration from the divine, teaches us to find stillness in this centering prayer.
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Rose Freerick, a Christian meditation teacher, who draws inspiration from the divine, teaches us to find stillness in a beautiful centering prayer.

One of the most exciting parts about diving into the world of meditation is realizing just how many forms and traditions there are. Though I’ve been meditating for years, I still feel like there’s so much to learn. A few months ago, I had the privilege of sitting with Rose Freerick, a Christian meditation teacher, who taught me about the history and traditions surrounding Christian contemplative prayer. In this beautiful centering prayer, we’re encouraged to draw inspiration from the divine to find stillness.

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Though this meditation is set in the context of the Christian faith and is led in a chapel, the techniques and the message are universal. Integrating many practices from all over the world is a beautiful tool for connection and understanding. The more we can see our commonalities and the similarities among disparate traditions, the more peace we can bring into the world.

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