David’s Place is an inner city space in Sydney, Australia, where homeless and marginalised can come to find friendship, peace, spiritual nourishment and connect with the wider community. David’s Place brings together both rich and poor, breaking down barriers in our city. Judi and Paul Taylor, both WCCM oblates, are part of the founders of David’s Place 20 years ago, including the gift of meditation as part of the activities.
Watch a video that is part of David’s Place 20th-anniversary celebrations:
Read a report on a recent retreat they had for a few of the David’s Place people at at their home on Dangar Island (north of Sydney):
The Transformative Experience of Meditation
By Kim Nataraja
In leaving thoughts and images behind and applying attention to the word in meditation, we transcend the ego and enter the Presence of God.
The Cloud of Unknowing
by Graeme Watson
The teaching of the 14th century spiritual classic is presented here in a lively and contemporary way.
By John Main
Prayer is a self-transcending process which enables us to know ourselves as the presence of the living Christ in our world.
Images of Meditation
by Liz Watson
Seeing the hidden teaching in ordinary things – bikes, flowers, clouds – to en-hance our practice of meditation.
In the UK:
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Peter Ng (WCCM Executive Committee and Singapore National Coordinator) was invited recently to speak on meditation to the staff of Dymon Asia Capital in Singapore by Danny Yong (Chief Investment Officer and a founding partner of the company).