We are not our thoughts. 

Yet, so many of us believe we are our thoughts and what they seem to tell us. 

When we cultivate the ability to observe our thoughts, we can choose which ones to believe and which ones to let go of.

There are thoughts that merit our attention and there are ones that hinder our growth, progress and movement forward. 

It becomes particularly important during life’s most stressful moments to choose what we give our attention to. 

We become an important source of strength and calmness for those around us.

Instead of transmitting our pain, we transmit love, hope, strength. 

A practice such as Centering Prayer helps create a space between us and our thoughts. 

A practice such as Centering Prayer heals us. 

It grounds us in God. 

It fills us with God’s thoughts.

Let me know if I can help.

Going Further

This companion audio program to David Frenette’s book The Path of Centering Prayer —equally rewarding as a stand-alone guide—gives listeners an immersive resource to learn Centering Prayer, step by step and in the moment. With clarity and compassionate presence, Frenette explains the essential principles of this practice for both new and seasoned practitioners.

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