Terry Doyle is a WCCM Oblate and leads a project to bring meditation to the marginalised in Middlesbrough. The Diocesan Catholic Voice (newspaper from Middlesbrough) published recently an article highlighting Terry’s work (read below).
We are happy to announce the new WCCM App, available for Android and IOS devices. This new version brings many improvements to nurture on the path of Christian Meditation:- Layout enhancements
– The meditation timer with many bells options
– Basic meditation instructions, opening and closing prayer
– The latest WCCM news
– A diversity of resources, including Daily Wisdom, a selection of John Main talks, Contemplative Revolution podcast, links to Online Courses & Groups and other readings
– An easy way to access different WCCM Channels, like the main website, Bonnevaux, The School of Meditation, Meditatio and others.
To download the Android version click HERE
To download the IOS (Apple) version click HERE
A workshop about healing to bring peace of minds and to release the stresses of daily life. For more information about Capacitar practices, visit www.capacitaruk.org
The WCCM National Coordinator for Singapore, Peter Ng, spoke on meditation at an annual gathering of Singtel’s senior executives from around the world led by CEO Ms Chua Sock Koong, on 4 September. Singtel is a Singaporean telecommunications company.
Peter explained the basic teaching of meditation and led a meditation period with the group. He emphasized the transformative aspect of the practice: “Meditation is important because it is something that, if you practice with discipline, it will help you to come to self-awareness, self-knowledge, it will affect your life and it will be manifested in work.
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.
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