Meditation : The practice of stillness and silence.
“...Our challenge as Christians is not to try to convert people around us to our way of belief but to love them, to be ourselves living incarnations of what we believe, to live what we believe and to love what we believe. John Main
Meditation simplifies us, simplifies us to the point where we can receive the fullness of truth and the fullness of love. John Main
The important aim in Christian meditation is to allow God's mysterious and silent presence within us to become more and more not only a reality but the reality which gives meaning, shape and purpose to everything we do, everything we are. John Main
To find out more about the practice of the World Community for Christian Meditation see: http://www.worldcommunityforchristianmeditation
Meditating at Dalby : Seeking Silence Within
We meet to share teaching and to practice together on the 2nd and 4th Thursday in the month from 7.30 to 9.00pm.
Meditation is about being still both inwardly and outwardly. In the busyness of our lives it brings a quiet centeredness, an awareness of “Being”, and an awakening of our spirit.
At Dalby we follow the practice of the World Community for Christian Meditation from the Benedictine teaching of John Main. If you’d like to find out more about the practice you’d be very welcome, you don’t need to have done it before to come and join us. If you’d like more information please ring Cheryl on 843471.
To find out more about the practice see: http://www.worldcommunityforchristianmeditation
NB> There could be some changes of dates in the year, so do please email Cheryl to check before coming out: email@example.com