Meditation reciting the Jesus prayer.
This meditation focuses on the word as created by God.
Guided meditation based on Saint Teresa of Avila's prayer method.
This meditation asks youth to be still and be open to God's acceptance, just as they are.
This meditation focuses on intercessory prayer using the Lord's Prayer.
In this lesson, each person will select a prayer word to focus on for the meditation.
This meditation uses a labyrinth as a form of pilgrimage.
This meditation uses an orange as a focal point for the practice.
This meditation is based on the Ignatian Daily Examen.
This lesson focuses on using distraction as a focus.
This meditation is a body scan inspired by Yoga and mindfulness traditions
This meditation features the words of Abraham Joshua Heschel as a guide to memory and the experience of God.
A meditation based on Ignatian contemplation.
Using Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Martin Luther King, Jr. as examples, this meditation focuses on how Jesus calls use holy resistance, just as Christ did.
Icons are used as a focal point for this meditation.
This meditation focuses on using your breath and breath awareness as a component of prayer.
The Lectio Divina is used in this mediation.
This lesson asks youth to focus on feelings or sensations in the moment, and to welcome those feelings.
Scripture is used to frame this meditation exercise.
This meditation lifts up Martin Luther King, Jr. as an example of loving your enemies.
This meditation asks youth to visualize Jesus in the sculptors studio.
In this meditation, the Lord's Prayer is used as a focus.