Learn about Elizabeth Combs, a long-time Wisdom student and chant creator, currently anchored in both Bellingham, WA and Winston Salem, NC
Cynthia provides an introduction to Centering Prayer and leads a practice period for participants at the 2017 Festival of Faiths.
Around the planet, as people gather to work together for the healing of our world, a simple, beautiful practice is spreading.
Cynthia shares a beautiful and powerful “negative space” eucharist based on Teilhard de Chardin's The Mass on the World. Complete outline included...
Enjoy this video of an Advent chant and lyrics by Wisdom community member Kristy Christian Petrow.
An outline and guide for leading a liturgy created by participants in our Wisdom Community, to hold a collective 'dwelling place for Wisdom'
Chant and move to an ancient Trinitarian Prayer recently taught at a Wisdom School at Claymont Seminars.
Learn the basics of the Welcoming Practice to help move us through painful experiences, times of disturbed emotion, or other difficult situations...
Movement #39 is the last exercise created by G.I. Gurdjieff, a Greek-Armenian mystic and master spiritual teacher of sacred dances and the Fourth Way ...
Learn about Darlene Franz, singer, music educator, and chant composer residing in Seattle Washington.
Gabrielle (Brie) Stoner is working with Cynthia to re-write the traditional Lessons and Carols and giving them a 'Teilhardian' spin...
A teaching offered by Cynthia on the Welcoming Practice and building somatic skills, with the addition of supporting exercises.
A silent body prayer using the six gestures of prayer: being, bowing, opening, receiving sharing, grounding.
A collection of chants, sacred practices, and body prayers that can be used in group settings or individually.
Paulette Meier shares this beautiful chant, as well as some background on the simple yet profound message that inspired the lyrics.
Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening is a complete guidebook for all who wish to know the practice of Centering Prayer...
This is a simple body prayer using the Psalm: "Be still and know that I am God."
More information and content coming soon…
This inner task relates to observing ourselves in relation to where we locate our selfhood, and observing our source of identification.
Here you can find an outline and video of this beautiful body prayer created by Wisdom Leader and Teacher Bill Redfield.