Meditation 29 October

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Meditation-29-Oct-mp3.mp3 This is our 32nd week of On-Line Meditation. To begin a quote from a great meditation teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh….“As long as mindfulness is present, you will not drown in your...

Meditation 22 October

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Meditation-Oct-22-mp3.mp3 This is our 31st week on-line. In addition to this printed material you can choose to listen via the attached MP3 file. Remember to take a look at the Carmelite Centre website,...

Meditation 15 October

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Meditation-Oct-15-mp3.mp3 Dear Meditators,  Author and Journalist Julia Baird wrote recently that during those days when the world seems dark there are a few things we can do to help.1st:  Pay...

Meditation 8 October

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Med-0n-line-8-Oct-mp3.mp3 During the week I listened to a discussion about acedia on the Radio National program “Soul Search.” For those who don’t know what acedia is it’s perhaps best explained as being...

Meditation 1 October 2020

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Meditation-1-Oct-mp3.mp3 In the Tao Te Ching it reads…“Be content with what you have;Rejoice in the way things are,When you realise there is nothing lackingThe whole world belongs to you.” Agitation is the...

24 September 2020

https://www.thecarmelitecentremelbourne.org/wp-content/uploads/Meditation-Sept-24-mp3.mp3 In meditation circles the word compassion is frequently used, principally I think because it is promoted strongly as a virtue acquired by people who practice faithfully with the...