COCFL Fall Retreat, October 28-30, 2022
with Julie Saad
Canterbury Conference Center
1601 Alafaya Trail, Oviedo, FL 32765
Attend in person or remotely by Zoom
In this retreat we will be taking a deeper dive into Thomas Keating’s teaching about the transformation we experience with a regular practice of Centering Prayer, in other words, the fruits of Centering Prayer. Topics will include the unloading of the unconscious, our basic core of goodness, dismantling the emotional programs for happiness, restructuring of consciousness, the transforming union, and interior silence.
In addition to our time together in Centering Prayer, we will experience some practical contemplative prayer practices that will help us to recognize and consent to God’s transforming action in our lives.
“Transformation is about becoming who you are—not your idea
of who you are, but God’s idea of who you are. Consenting to be
transformed does not mean that life is somehow all of a sudden,
easy, but we start to realize that we are not alone in this project
and may even start to experience the peace that comes from
+ Julie Saad, Contemplative Life: Discovering Our Path into the Heart of God
Julie has been a part of Contemplative Outreach in Denver since 1994. She is a commissioned presenter in Centering Prayer, Lectio Divina and the Welcoming Prayer. She is the coordinator of the Contemplative Living Experience Program in Denver, is a co-facilitator in the Contemplative Outreach online courses, and currently serves on the Contemplative Outreach governing board. She is the author of a newly published book, Contemplative Life, a practical application of Thomas Keating’s teaching.
You may register online and mail your payment or download and print the attached flyer and mail it to Alice Logan with your payment. We are not accepting online payment at this time.