This page is our master list of all the audio files currently available. We are pleased to be able to offer these to everyone. The Faith-ing Project books are at the top of this page. Audio files connected to exercises on the website or email explorations are listed below.
Audio files from The Book of Apophatic Meditation
An audiofile with elements from both exercise “I” and exercise “K”:
From The Book of Union:
Exercise 1: Mindfulness Body Scan (note this is quite similar to exercise 51.)
From the Website
The following audiofile is a modification of the Riverside Meditations featured in exercises 15 and 19. This version invites a teacher-figure to assist with the process.
If you would like the audio file meant to accompany exercise 7A: (Lectio Divina), click the space below.
Here is the audio file of the Welcoming Prayer, from our recent Advent & Solstice Campaign (Find the written version of this practice at exercise 36)
This is an audio recording to accompany exercise 5: Lectio Divina
The following audio track is based on the famous section of Ecclisastes, Chapter 3. It originally appeared in exercise 4, and was also used in our Thanksgiving campaign.
Here is a visualization from our Thanksgiving Campaign:
This is exercise 3: A split Breath Prayer (Yes! Yes! Yes! / Thank You, Thank you, Thank You)
here is exercise #2: Breathing with God.
Below is the audio file for the first spiritual exercise, God’s name.
Here is an audio track originally released for our Advent/ Solstice Campaign. It begins with the imagery that there was no room for Jesus in the inn, but mostly utilizes breath prayer imagery to exhale tension and inhale God’s Breath:
This is a second meditation from our advent/ Solstice Campaign. This meditation explores the darkness associated with December. It works best with a candle; either a real one or the image of one on a computer screen from somewhere like you-tube.
The following audio track is an apophatic meditation based on the nature of Jesus:
The track below begins with the reading of a re-imagined understanding of 1 Corinthians 13. It then moves into an apophatic meditation based on these words: