Kia ora from Contemplative Network Aotearoa

Based in Aotearoa - New Zealand, we are a network of seekers who found our way to the Christian contemplative path - a jewel of that tradition - yet one many of us were not introduced to.

Mystics and teachers have guided humanity in contemplative head, heart, and body practices for millennia. We walk a path modelled by Jesus-the-Christ, while deepening into the truth of the Universal Christ that is more expansive than any one religion... paths all leading to the source of all...the Divine overflowing within and around us.

The Network supports ‘wayfarers’ individually and collectively via this website by organising and facilitating retreats and wisdom schools, inviting teachers in person or via webinars, offering individual spiritual companioning, offering an at home nine month programme, advertising regional events, and responding to queries as asked.

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Stay up to date with the latest in  Contemplative practices through our news articles and regular newsletter.

Events

Events are hosted throughout the country by our various members, from weekly gatherings to live-in retreats.

Groups

Various groups affiliated with the Contemplative Network Aotearoa meet regularly across the country. Find a group in your area today.

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“The idea behind spiritual practice is to help you discover the truth about who you are, who God is, and that in fact these two are not separate realities.”

Francis Bennet

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Posted June 26, 2021

Over the years between 2009 and 2018, Bev and Pip with the support of the Coromandel Christian Trust were able

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Posted June 10, 2021

Peter Spink was an English Anglican priest, Canon of Coventry Cathedral, former Warden of Burrswood the Anglican home of healing

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Posted February 12, 2021

We have an amazing array of online riches available from many contemplative teachers overseas. Cynthia, who has been an important

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Let us combine most perfectly, never separating them, the life of Mary and the life of Martha, contemplation and action.

Mother Suzanne Aubert