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The Contemplative Life

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The Contemplative Life

Christina Roberts, Chris Roberts, and Kristina Kaiser

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Discover the gifts of deep listening and spiritual companioning. This podcast is dedicated to helping people become familiar with the wide variety of contemplative practices that have been developed over hundreds of years and are continuing to develop even to this day. We also hope to create a space for people to learn more about spiritual direction, also known as spiritual companioning. Our interest is in allowing "the contemplative" to become a part of our regular life experiences, and so ...
 
This spirituality and self-help podcast features interviews, stories, and commentary from top writers and authors. Topics include Mysticism, Contemplative Spirituality, Nondual Awakening, Meditation, Christianit Mysticism, Psychology, Buddhism, Integral Theory, Advaita Vedanta, and more. Contemplative Light provides education and resources in a global effort towards inner transformation through contemplative prayer and meditation. Find us on Facebook where we have a very active community. WE ...
 
Inspired by Lectio Divina and the Collatio, this podcast offers the listener sessions of guided, meditative, listening prayer around different passages of scripture. Each episode will take you in to a deep place of listening in the Lord's presence where you will hear a gospel story read very slowly so that you can savour each word, imagine the scene vividly and perhaps even discern what the Holy Spirit is speaking into your own life through the text. This prayer experience is ideal if you wo ...
 
Life moves quickly. Contemplative Tuesday Podcast invites you to slow down, take a deep breath, contemplate the Word of God, and prayerfully reflect. Together, we’ll ask God to search us, guide us, and reveal Himself to us. The profound truth in mystery is that as we gaze upon Him, we will be made like Him. Let’s find ourselves in the God who makes all things new.
 
A Sacred Space for talking about Contemplative Practices, Spirituality + Messy Motherhood. We seek the Divine Presence amidst the Beautiful Chaos of Motherhood and share our failures, our triumphs, and our missteps. Your hosts on this journey are Erin Thomas and Chelsea Whipple. To get in touch with Erin and Chelsea email them at contemplativemotherhoodpodcast@gmail.com Check out our main website: contemplativemotherhood.org
 
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The Contemplative Edge

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The Contemplative Edge

Rashmir Balasubramaniam

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Where do you go to slow down, listen to, reflect on and discuss the deeper questions of life? Each season will consist of short reflective episodes on the season theme so you can listen and let yourself be drawn into deeper inquiry, presence and stillness. You'll come away with a deeper connection to your own wisdom and knowing, greater comfort with being in a space of not knowing, more inspired and open to new ideas and different ways of seeing the world and being in the world, and more rea ...
 
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At first blush, it may feel like an easy yes to imagine that gratitude and hope can co-exist. But on today’s podcast, we ask the question: Is it true? Can we hold space for the things we hope for? Or does having hopes make us ungrateful? We further ask the question: What is hope anyways? And if we were to have hopes, how do we have hopes in a way t…
 
In the spirit of the imaginative contemplation, I invite you into this guided meditation based on Matthew 4:18-20. May you see Jesus in a slightly new way here. Blessings as you pray. Lissy Contemplative at Home offers guided meditative prayer – space to slow down and listen to the truth that is being born out of God’s love for you today – drawing …
 
In this week’s Contemplative Living Livestream, We look at our personal honor and integrity. Our spiritual practice is about resolutely pursuing our projects in the world and living authentically with personal honor and integrity. We can be authentic moral agents, by prioritizing in practice what we care about. Stand up to the stream of social expe…
 
As we age, we face more and more life circumstances that can seem lose/lose. Take care of our aging parent and lose any margin in our lives. Start a needed side hustle that has a substantial chance of failing. The Bible encourages us to trust God enough to ask for all the things we want, but it then pivots to a different, contemplative approach tha…
 
What does it mean to have contemplative practices in college? Today we’re joined by Evan Digman, a senior at UW-Madison, who’s talking to us about his spirituality journey - from his first experience of guided meditation in middle school to now. Do you sometimes wonder how to manage the stresses of day-to-day life, feel the need to consider what so…
 
Dear Friends, Today a meditation with the gifts of winter. In this guided meditation, you will imagine yourself in a winter scene, listening to the wintry landscape as it teaches you about how to live in the cold and fallow seasons. Job knew that the natural world understood the fundamental truth of things, understood who God is and how God works J…
 
In this week’s Contemplative Living Podcast, We look at how connecting to ancestors of the past helps us live a better life. Practicing is about discovering ourselves to be in a great, flowing river connecting to ancestors of the past. We are shaped by our ancestors and also by the environments in which they lived. We think that our ancestors are b…
 
Feeling overwhelmed is unavoidable. On today’s podcast, we talk about how to live in the midst of our overwhelm as well as what we can do to ease the pain of it. Have you ever felt yourself begin to spiral? Maybe you had a physical reaction, like an upset stomach or a racing heart. Or perhaps your thoughts were the thing to start racing. For many o…
 
In this 18 minute meditation, you are invited to remember the baptism of Jesus, and to explore where you are at just now, how you stand on the brink of something new and possible, and how you might like to open yourself to the Spirit of God at this juncture. You may want to use this meditation to pray about the next few months, or the next year. No…
 
In this week’s Contemplative Living podcast, We look at how our spiritual practice helps us experience Love and how it illuminates whatever we are creating. We are the brush that colors our world. Fill your palette with colors that positively excite your senses. Love illuminates whatever we are creating. We are neither the master nor owner of the l…
 
Today we’re joined by Ann Kowaliczko as she shares her wisdom about the vast and ancient topic of chakras. In this episode, we ask Ann many questions: What is a chakra? How do you access the energy of chakras? What caused you - a person who didn’t grow up hearing about chakras - to pay attention to them? Ann graciously answers our questions, while …
 
This is a 20-minute meditation with the magi, who studied the stars, and followed a star whose rising signified the birth of the King of the Jews. This mindful meditation gives you space to prayerfully reflect on Matthew 2:1-3 & 7-12, the visit of the magi, and to consider what insights the account may have for you. I find this a particularly helpf…
 
On this week’s podcast, each of us shares a bit about our deep love and appreciation for retreats - and in a variety of ways! Join us as we talk about best practices for preparing, what to do if you don’t feel like you have the time, and why different seasons of your life may call for a different sort of retreat. Additional Resources Website: Found…
 
In this week’s Contemplative Living podcast, We look at how living our joyous life is tethered to our intentions. It’s a new year and with that comes the opportunity to start fresh. Take some time to reflect on what you want to manifest in your life this year. What are your deepest desires? What brings you joy? Begin living with deeper rooted inten…
 
In this Contemplative Living Podcast, We find ways to allow ourselves to Let go to our higher selves. We allow ourselves to surrender to the present moment, especially in times of stress. Having the ability to surrender is a pearl of deep spiritual wisdom. Follow the flow of Light and banish the darkness. There’s no time like the present to surrend…
 
I have a great conversation with Keith Kristich about Jesus Christ. Contemplative Light now has a very active YouTube page. Check it out here. https://www.youtube.com/@ContemplativeLight Thanks for listening and many blessings to all! Support the showΑπό τον Clint Sabom
 
On this week’s podcast, each of us takes a moment to share things we are excited about as we enter into the New Year. Join us as we discover together that, while some of us have plans that involve our family and friends, others of us intend to spend some time in reflection by ourselves. Can you guess who is who? Additional Resources Video: Bringing…
 
Thoughtful happiness tips can be opportunities for mindfulness, for noticing ways to live that we'd previously been blind to or reactive against. Dave Schmelzer talks a bit about that and then details two dozen such tips from the mega-popular book The Happiness Experiment. Mentioned on this podcast: Gretchen Rubin's The Happiness Project: Or, Why I…
 
Taking a moment to pause is a practice that can enrich both our inner and our outer lives. Have you ever finished a meal only to feel like you hadn’t even tasted it? Maybe you know all too well the experience of running from one thing to the next. Do you ever feel pressed for answers you don’t have? Pauses allow us the time we need in order to proc…
 
A meditation for the fourth week of Advent, with the prophecies of Isaiah 11. Blessings as you pray. ?? Contemplative at Home offers guided meditative prayer – space to slow down and listen to the truth that is being born out of God’s love for you today – drawing on Ignatian spirituality and at times, Lectio Divina. Sign up for Lissy’s weekly newsl…
 
Did you know that childhood memories can be insightful and generative parts of your prayer times? In one moment, perhaps they help us identify a long-standing pattern. But in another moment, perhaps they connect us more profoundly to our interests, or even allow us to reconsider the meaning of a particular life event. Join us as we talk about the v…
 
Dear Friends– A meditaiton with Isaiah 9 Advent blessings ????? Lissy Contemplative at Home offers guided meditative prayer – space to slow down and listen to the truth that is being born out of God’s love for you today – drawing on Ignatian spirituality and at times, Lectio Divina. Sign up for Lissy’s weekly newsletter “The Contemplative Window” o…
 
Lectio Divina is a Latin phrase that literally translates to mean “Divine Reading.” It’s a contemplative practice that can help us slow down and immerse ourselves in what we’re seeing (and hearing) on the page, which often leads to experiences of deeper spiritual connection. Whether you’ve been engaging forms of Divina for many years, only recently…
 
Advent is a time for preparing, for making space (though as Tsh Oxenrieder says in her Advent book “Shadow and Light”, to be still, to make space is an almost subversive act our culture’s December). I do pray that you might find some space today to breathe, to be still, to listen and to ask yourself the question, what might it mean for my heart to …
 
In this episode I describe my own experiences with the Astral Plane, which match up well with the work of Franz Bardon. I am Clint Sabom, Creative Director of Contemplative Light. I hold certifications in multiple healing modalities. I am available for coaching and spiritual direction, depending on your needs. If interested you can contact me at co…
 
Anything we want to do that's important to us will face (sometimes severe) resistance. One Bible perspective calls resistance its own "god of this world"--and St. Paul himself makes the point profoundly: "The thing I most want to do I don't do." Dave Schmelzer does a dive into the insights of the most-read recent thinker on the subject, Steven Pres…
 
On today’s podcast, we take some time to think about where we come from and why that might be something we’re interested in knowing more about. American culture has tended towards individualism in almost every aspect of life. But in fact, in how many ways do we embody those who have come before us, whether knowingly or unknowingly? And how much doe…
 
The liturgical year has closed and a new year dawns with Advent, as we, laden with sorrow and suffering within and without, long for healing and restoration, for justice, for wholeness, for peace. Isaiah 35, (read here from the Message), points to a promise of life, of blossoming and singing and joy. It invites us to dare to hope, in the bleakest o…
 
How do we relate to the Divine? It’s easy in our cultural context to interact in the world as a fixer, a doer, a mover and a shaker. We’ve all been trained to engage in these transactional ways. And yet, another way is possible, a way that values our belovedness and allows us to become more comfortable with our tensions, our questions, and our not …
 
This is a meditation with Luke 6:46-49. I hope that this slow and mindful approach to the story of the houses with – and without – foundations will open something new and relevant for you today. Wishing you peace like a river. Lissy x PS: I’ve had a few conversations this week with people who mentioned using these meditations with a small group, so…
 
In this podcast I break down Franz Bardon's masterwork Initiation Into Hermetics, which is a dense work with training exercises along the lines of practical spiritual alchemy. It is something to good to sit on, and I feel a moral obligation to share it with fans. Bardon is sometimes miscategorized as occult, but he himself doesn't consider himself …
 
Dave Schmelzer loves life hacks, but has found that they often have a shorter shelf life than he'd hoped. Contemplatives have a surprising answer for why that might be. Life hacks, they tell us, come from a world view saturated in original sin: your problems come from your fundamental laziness that has to be overcome. But maybe we don't need to ove…
 
Sound healing is the practice of using sound to improve your physical health as well as your emotional, mental, and spiritual wellbeing, and is accessible to people of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds. In this week’s podcast, guest speaker Jim Powell speaks to us about his many years of experience with this healing and restoring practice, shari…
 
A meditation on Mark 10:46-52 As Jesus, his disciples and many others leave Jericho together, they pass a man begging on the side of the road. He causes an awkward disturbance, shouting for attention. His name is Bartimaeus. As we pray with this passage, may it become new. Perhaps you’ll have the space to become curious about what is awkwardly shou…
 
When was the last time you saw something so beautiful and inspiring that it caused you to stop in order to really take it in? Maybe you heard a story about how someone else was doing something to make the world a better place, and it moved you to feelings of hope and excitement of your own. Awe, as we’ve learned through the sciences, is experienced…
 
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