Cynthia Bourgeault is an Episcopal priest, Teacher, and retreat and conference leader. The Author of eight books and Contributor to many articles and courses on the Christian spiritual life, she lectures and gives workshops throuhgout North America and the world. She is the founding Director of both The Contemplative Society and the Aspen Wisdom School.
Cynthia Bourgeault has been a long-time advocate of the meditative practice of Centering Prayer and has worked closely with fellow teachers and colleagues including Thomas Keating, Bruno Barnhart, and Richard Rohr.
Cynthia Bourgeault has actively participated in numerous inter-spiritual dialogues and events with luminaries and leaders such as A.H. Almaas, Kabir Helminski, Swami Atmarupananda, and Rami Shapiro.
Cynthia is a member of the GPIW (Global Peace Initiative for Women) Contemplative Council.
She is a founding Director of both The Contemplative Society and the Aspen Wisdom School. She continues to contribute to The Contemplative Society in her role as Principal Teacher and advisor.
She wrote eight books and authored or contributed to numerous articles on the Christian Wisdom path in publications such as Parabola magazine, Gnosis Magazine and Sewanee Review.
Cynthia Bourgeault is currently one of the core faculty members at The Living School for Action and Contemplation.
The Holy Trinity and the Law of Three 
The Meaning of Mary Magdalene 
The Wisdom Jesus 
Centering Prayer and Inner Awakening 
Mystical Hope 
The Wisdom Way of Knowing 
Chanting the Psalm 
Love is Stronger than Death 
In 2014 she got the 2014 Contemplative Voices award from Shalem Institute.
"Old men ought to be explorers Here and there does not matter We must be still, and still moving Into another intensity for a further union, a deeper communion."