“When we pray, especially when we enter into a time of listening as in centering prayer or meditation, we open ourselves—our time, our minds, the “ears of our hearts.” Sometimes direction comes by way of a thought, an image, a phrase or sentence, a sudden thread of memory that points toward an avenue of reflection or offers a game-changing insight.”

“When we pray, especially when we enter into a time of listening as in centering prayer or meditation, we open ourselves—our time, our minds, the “ears of our hearts.” Sometimes direction comes by way of a thought, an image, a phrase or sentence, a sudden thread of memory that points toward an avenue of reflection or offers a game-changing insight.”
from Coffee & Conversation: A Progressive Christian Group http://ift.tt/2pPN9lr
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