This was the April 8, 2019 podcast on Encountering Silence hosted by Carl McColman with Cassidy Hall and Kevin Johnson.
Cynthia Bourgeault continues her conversation with the Encountering Silence team, offering insight into silence as a deeper way of knowing, contemplative Christianity as a unique spiritual path, and centering prayer as a singular practice of deep meditation.
“There is no ‘toxic’ silence, because in real silence there is a power of presence… when you enter silence, you are never alone, you enter a luminous imaginal stream of help and reality at a higher order of being.” — Cynthia Bourgeault
This is part two of a two-part interview. Click here to listen to part one.
Listen to the interview here: