By "contemplative spirituality", or "contemplation", we mean an attitude toward life, a way of praying, and a state of being. "Contemplative spirituality" is an attitude toward life, which grows out of the desire for union with God in love. With the desire of union with God in love, one does not pursue possession, but instead, dispossession of whatever that may become a replacement of the real joy of union with God. "Contemplative spirituality" is practiced through interior solitude in everyday life; and it is often expressed in a specific way of praying, which is simple, quiet, and present with God in stillness. Finally, "contemplative spirituality", or "contemplation", refers to a state of being, where one is fully conscious of one’s life as an expression of God, and where one is more able to surrender all of this life to the All.
To achieve the aim, the organization works, among others, in the following three main areas: