Prayer

Prayer comes in many ways. Julian of Norwich explored Body Prayer comprised of four poses and intentions: Await, Allow, Accept, and Attend. You will find many different ways of praying here.

A Collection of:

Prayers

“Pray as if everything depended on prayer; then work as if everything depended on work.”

Maria Haggett

Rest as Spirituality

Resting allows us to quiet ourselves before God and revives our minds, bodies, and spirits. Resting as a spiritual practice is intentional and can be practiced in community or alone

Steve Nash

The Beatitudes

Taking a virtual walk while Jesus’ Beatitudes are explored.

Anonymous

Pedal

This reflection was handed to me by a neighbour. She found it in her husbands wallet when he passed away.

Pray as you Go

Walking with God

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Margaret Silf

River of Life

This reflection will appear on Aug 31. The initial text is from Margaret Silf who has adapted a story from Ezekiel 47. The prayer is from Pope Francis from Laudato Si

St Ignatius

Imaginative Contemplation

The following is an instruction into a process called Imaginative Contemplation. Essentially, St Ignatius presents imagining as a way of praying. This helps us see things from God’s perspective.

Steve Nash

On Your Shore

Three things coming together – The text of Peter coming to Jesus on the water, a colloquy and Enya’s “On Your Shore.T”

Margaret Silf

The Examen

This text is taken from a Margaret Silf Book called Landscapes of Prayer published by Augsburg books.

St Ignatius

Imaginative Contemplation

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