Our Mission

We provide education and resources in a global effort towards inner transformation through contemplative prayer and meditation.

Our Vision

Together we envision all hearts illuminated by the divine light within.

As contemplative practitioners, we value the experience of divine presence available to us in silence. Resting in the present moment, we realize we are deeply connected to each other and that our inmost self abides in God. Silence helps us remove the inner obstacles keeping us from this state of divine awareness.

Transformed by the practices of prayer and meditation, we discover the true nature of our being as whole, complete and already perfect. This overflowing, transformational grace naturally flows outward in service to God, others, and the world.

The ultimate goal of the contemplative journey is a dissolving of the false self or ego. This inner transformation into wholeness includes greater health, balance, and vitality. The healing of self, other, and creation is part of an ongoing divine dance we both consent to and participate in.

Who We Are

Clint Sabom

Creative Director

Kimberly Holman

Lead Editor, Technical Director

Marc Thomas Shaw

Executive Director

What we Do

Our Projects

Courses

Inspired by the spiritual traditions of the various world religions. Many of our online courses draw from the rich tradition of Christian monastics and mystics, from 20th century writers like Thomas Merton and Evelyn Underhill, to Meister Eckhart, Pseudo-Dionysius, John Cassian, and the early Desert Fathers and Mothers. 

Podcast

Join master podcaster Clint Sabom as he converses with teachers from a variety of traditions about spiritual awakening and personal growth. Topics include Mysticism, Contemplative Spirituality, Christianity, Psychology, Buddhism, Integral Theory, Social Issues, and more. 

Journal

Our content rich journal is full of inspiration that draws on  years of experience with practices like Centering Prayer, Mindfulness Meditation, Lectio Divina, the Jesus Prayer. Enjoy contributions from teachers like Marc Thomas Shaw, Clint Sabom, Kimberly Holman, Rich Lewis, Kelly Boyer Sagert, and David Cole.