A daily discipline: universal devotions that transcend belief (or unbelief)
(more about the Centerings)

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

How to Use Your Daily Centerings

Here are a few tips for getting the most out of the Centerings:

  • First, prepare a space (see more here).
  • Then, choose the opening Centering(s) you'll use.
  • Do one Reading, and take time to reflect on it.
  • Choose and read any useful Centerings for that time of day, as time permits. If you're busy, skip to the Closing.
  • Finally, choose a Closing.

Over time, you might commit one Opening and one Closing to memory; you can say these as you go about your business on those days when there's no time to sit quietly.

Read the other articles below for more on getting the most out of your Practice.

See also:

Preparing for Your Daily Centerings

A Word on Wording

A Word on Times

Practicing Your Daily Centerings with Others

The Purpose of Each Practice

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