Learn to Meditate: The Practice of Centering Meditation
Location Interfaith Chapel – University of Victoria
Centering Meditation is a form of prayer in the Christian contemplative tradition that trains the heart, mind, and soul to open to Sacred Presence. Through silence and an inner gesture of letting go, we learn to experience the Sacred Presence beyond words, emotions, and thoughts, and to release our attachment to egoic concerns. The practice cultivates a deep relationship with sacred reality, and opens us to compassion and inner peace.
Join Henri Lock, United Chaplain at the University of Victoria’s Multifaith Services and Miranda Harvey, Administrator at The Contemplative Society, as we explore the teachings of Thomas Keating and Cynthia Bourgeault that shape this practice.
Cost: FREE. Donations gratefully received.
Parking/Map: We encourage you to help reduce toxic emissions by using alternative forms of transportation, rather than driving. If you need to drive, consider carpooling! For building and parking information, please see the map (Interfaith Chapel is located in the bottom-middle of map).
Hosted by the United Church Campus Ministry (Chaplain Henri Lock – firstname.lastname@example.org), in association with The Contemplative Society.
For enquiries or questions, please phone Henri at 250-472-4159 or email email@example.com.