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Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience.

Fred Haas is an energy facilitator, intuitive, and a recovery life coach. He is passionate about connecting to the source of our true selves, and living consciously.

Lectio Divina Today Fred Haas

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.0 • 9 Ratings

Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience.

Fred Haas is an energy facilitator, intuitive, and a recovery life coach. He is passionate about connecting to the source of our true selves, and living consciously.

    Lectio Divina Today September 20 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 20 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 27 min
    Lectio Divina Today September 19 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 19 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 29 min
    Lectio Divina Today September 18 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 18 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 15 min
    Lectio Divina Today September 17 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 17 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 29 min
    Lectio Divina Today September 16 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 16 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 17 min
    Lectio Divina Today September 15 2020

    Lectio Divina Today September 15 2020

    Lectio Divina, or Divine Reading, is a traditional monastic practice for experiencing scripture as a "Living Word" to connect with and deepen our relationship with the Divine.

    The process contains four stages - Read, Reflect, Respond, and Rest. There is a short period of silence after each stage to facilitate integration of the experience

    The daily gospel reading from the Lectionary is used for the daily reading.

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

Kristen** ,

Lectio

This is a new practice for me and I have found it interesting and enjoy discovering what God has to say to me through the listening at scripture repetitively. I wish the reference for the scripture was noted in the episode notes so that I could use that for further reflection.

Guarddog@98 ,

Heresy?

I am not concerned that this speaker is heretical and must be corrected. “Mother-Father God” is spoken as some of the first couple words for a meditation. How sly Satan. Nowhere in the Bible is there Any reference to “Mother” God, or “Mother Father” God. We know as Catholics and we believe, as we profess in the Apostles Creed: I believe in GOD THE FATHER ALMIGHTY..” Our Lady is our Blessed MOTHER, it is So Severely Wrong and Embarrassing that a Catholic would come forward and say something like this.. Jesus specifically spoke of His FATHER who sent Him. Get that straight and keep it that way as the Church Fathers have decided and the Pope has Infallibly stamped. Do not keep making this “mistake.” God is a Spirit, yes, but though Attribution, which Jesus showed us continuously through the gospels, we can be assured that any of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, the Three Persons in One God, the Holy Trinity, are not, never have been, and never will be referred to as Mother, by the Church. To refer to the Father as the Mother gives a sense of uselessness to Our Blessed Mother Mary, and is a pitiful attempt to somehow merge the father and motherhood figure in society as interchangeable. Disgraceful.

Perrybucsdad ,

Too distracting

I love lectio Divina, but the bells and the jerky nature of his reading makes this too distracting. I could deal with the choppy/jerky reading style but the bells have to go. They make it too difficult to have my heart and mind enter the process.

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