Categories for Stillness


A Presence So Immense

This Presence is so immense, yet so humble; awe-inspiring yet so gentle; limitless, yet so intimate, tender and personal.


Centering is one of the simplest and most common forms of contemplative practice. The center refers to a relaxed yet focused state of mind. Centering practice is especially helpful in the midst of strong emotional states such as excitement or anxiety, and is often used by athletes, public speakers, actors, and anyone who wants to feel stable and prepared before a potentially stressful event.

About Silence

Silence is not merely the absence of words. If you write a note, you break your silence. Unless you are... View Article


When we refer to silence, we’re not referring to a totally quiet environment. Rarely is it possible to create the... View Article