Meditations and prayers
Under meditations and prayers you’ll find different forms of guided meditations as well as short prayers, often in the form of affirmations; these short prayers may be used as a form of meditation.
- Praying with others for the cleansing of the heartWhen we pray with people for the cleansing of the heart, we follow the pattern of the Christfulness meditation. You’ll find a guided version of this meditation on You Tube: First, introduce yourself and if appropriate ask for the person’s name. If he or she wishes a Christfulness cleansing of… Continue reading
- Short prayers / affirmationsFreed from illusions By focusing on the light of Christ and the creative word of God I rediscover my true self, created in God’s image and break out of my captivity in my false conceptions, created in the image of my desires.
- Bible meditation on the CrucifixionSit comfortably, but with a straight back that you may breathe freely; it may be a help for you to close your eyes during the meditation. Feel the ground under your feet; remain grounded, breathe calmly, focus on the heart. – Jesus Christ, send your Spirit to guide us during… Continue reading
- A Christfulness MeditationCleansing of the heart Sit comfortably, with a straight back; it may be helpful to close your eyes during the meditation. Feel the ground under your feet; remain grounded, breathe calmly, focus on your heart. Jesus Christ, send your Spirit to guide us during this meditation. Imagine Jesus Christ standing… Continue reading
- Create your own affirmation or schussgebeteAffirmation or Schussgebete are short prayers that are easy to remember. You may pray them whenever and in all circumstances. The name Schussgebet comes from German, and means shooting, comparing prayer with the shooting of an arrow towards its target. Your exercise is to find a verse from the Bible,… Continue reading
- St. Patrick’s BreastplateSt. Patrick’s Breastplate is a popular prayer attributed to one of Ireland’s most beloved patron saints. According to tradition, St. Patrick wrote it in 433 A.D. for divine protection before successfully converting the Irish King Leoghaire and his subjects from paganism to Christianity. (The term breastplate refers to a piece… Continue reading