On Thursday September 1st 7.00 - 9.30pm the World Community for Christian Meditation in the UK hosted a dialogue with Fr. Laurence Freeman OSB and Lama Geshi Tashi on "Emptiness and poverty of spirit : What Christans and Buddhists can learn from each other."
This event held at St Mark's, Myddelton Square, London EC1R 1XX was recorded and will be available from The Meditatio WCCM Store
The World Community for Christian Meditation aims to communicate and nurture meditation as passed on through the teaching of John Main, in the Christian tradition, in the spirit of serving the unity of all. We practice and promote contemplative prayer in the form of silent meditation. The UK is the original home of this now international, ecumenical community which began in London in 1975, led by Benedictine monk Dom John Main.
Contemplative Outreach is a spiritual network of individuals and small faith communities committed to living the contemplative dimension of the Gospel. The common desire for Divine transformation, primarily expressed through a commitment to a daily Centering Prayer practice, unites our international, interdenominational community.
Today, Contemplative Outreach annually serves over 40,000 people; supports over 120 active contemplative chapters in 39 countries; supports over 800 prayer groups; teaches over 15,000 people the practice of Centering Prayer and other contemplative practices through locally-hosted workshops; and provides training and resources to local chapters and volunteers. We also publish and distribute the wisdom teachings of Fr. Thomas Keating and other resources that support the contemplative life.
Brochure about Contemplative Outreach
Christian Contemplative Prayer & Practices
Listen to the recorded meditations and talks led by Carrie Kelley, using an immersion approach into ancient and modern prayer practices. Together we will pray using seven different methods to nurture our receptivity to God. These include lectio divina, prayer of presence, Taize chant, rosary, Jesus prayer, mantra, and imaging meditations.