A friend shared a video with me yesterday about prayer as a state of consciousness — the idea that we can hold a posture, inwardly and outwardly, that is prayer, no matter what we are doing.
It made me think of the series we explored here recently called “Prayer Can Be.”
Prayer can be verbal, yes.
But it can also be silence, and dance, and drawing, and tears, and exercise, and preparing a meal, and so many other things in life.
Just as I was sharing yesterday, in reference to the writings of Brother Lawrence and Jean-Pierre de Caussade, practicing the presence of God and attending to the sacrament of the present moment can create in us an ability to be still and prayerful inside ourselves while going about the mundane details of life.
In that sense, still points are with us all day long.
I’d encourage you to watch the 3-minute video my friend shared with me. Perhaps it will serve as a still point for you, as it was for me.