Discover Your True Self Through Centering Prayer with Rich Lewis


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During this episode of Light Warrior Radio, I will be interviewing Rich Lewis, author, speaker, and coach who focuses on centering prayer as a means of inner transformation. He teaches this method in both his local and virtual communities and even offers one-on-one coaching. ​ Rich’s story began with dabbling in silent prayer, a term that’s often used synonymously with centering prayer. He heard and read that silence was transformative and wanted to experience this inner transformation too. He began his journey by sitting in silence to test how long he could be in stillness. With time (and patience with himself) he developed a revolutionary mindfulness practice himself that he now feels led to share with others. Unfortunately, silence and silent prayer are counter-cultural. They can be very challenging to cultivate because everything in our society seems to point in the opposite direction. However, it is in silence that we can find the profound transformation that most of us are searching for. Rich’s hope is that his story will help others with their self-healing journey. Centering prayer is not a race. It is a long-term marathon. When practiced daily, it can and will transform you. Rich publishes a weekly meditation, book reviews, and interviews on his site, Silence Teaches. He has also published articles for a number of organizations, including Contemplative Light, Abbey of the Arts, Contemplative Outreach, EerdWord, In Search of a New Eden, The Ordinary Mystic at Patheos, and The Contemplative Writer. To learn more about Rich Lewis or his latest book Sitting with God: A Journey To Your True Self Through Centering Prayer, please visit

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