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Learn to pray from the experts: cloistered monks. Here is the secret of the Carthusian’s remarkable prayer of the presence of God, a habit of tranquil listening that allows God to enter our souls and establish His presence there. Essential reading for all who would know and love God as they ought.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: Sophia Institute Press
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A thousand years' silence has enabled the Carthusians to perfect a way of praying suited for the cloister, but it's also right for those of us whose obligations force us to work and pray in the rush and hurry of the world.
In these pages, the monk Augustin Guillerand reveals the secret of the Carthusian's remarkable prayer of the presence of God, a habit of tranquil listening that allows God to enter our souls and establish His presence there.