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The online courses will help you explore your own personal journey from the earliest steps of learning the practice of meditation and on into the timeless wisdom of the contemplative tradition.

Here is a list of all courses so far. You may enrol in any one you choose. If this is your first enrolment, you’ll have to set up a user account. Once you’re registered, you can enrol in as many courses as you like, and you’ll be able to keep track of your access through your member dashboard. New courses will be added on a regular basis.

Free

This free course provides you with the basics of how to start your journey of meditation. In 3 short videos, Laurence Freeman, a Benedictine monk and Founding Director, gives an overview of what meditation is and how to practice it. Lesson 3 gives practical instructions on how to start.

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3 Lessons
319 Members
£15

This course teaches you how to meditate and helps you to establish it as a regular practice. It also tells the story of how meditation was rediscovered within the Christian tradition as a form of contemplative prayer and how it is practiced by many Christians around the world.

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6 Lessons
77 Members
£75

This course is for those who would like to discover the inner depths of the Christian tradition and its mystical dimension. By focusing on key mystics, this course introduces you to the rich stream of Christian mysticism and how it takes shape in different times. It spans 2000 years and is a journey in time - starting with Jesus himself and up to modern times. Please watch the introduction below where Fr Laurence Freeman talks more about The Roots of Christian Mysticism course.

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8 Lessons
33 Members
Free

This year’s Advent reflections will revolve around the Sunday gospel of each week. They may also provide some resources for the adventure of each weekday that connects the following four Sundays. I hope our weekly reflections will help you prepare and celebrate for this festival that sheds such light on the love that flows between God and ourselves – the longest love affair in the cosmos.

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5 Lessons
24 Members

In the silence of meditation, when you go beyond thought and imagination, you begin to understand that being is what life is about. In meditation you are learning to be. To be is to live as the person you are, without trying to justify your existence or make excuses for your personality. Just to be, as you are. The wonder of it is that the more simple you become, the more you are able to enjoy to the full the gift of your being.John Main, OSB

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