The Abbey - Home for a Vowed Eremite

Living in The Sanctification of Christ

A Monastic Dies in order to Live, he forgets himself in order to find his Real Self in God, he becomes
ignorant of worldly knowledge in order to attain Real Spiritual Wisdom which is given only to the Humble Ones.

Dr. Kenzo Amariyo PhD. (A.M.) - Befriender of Souls

Kenzo Amariyo - A Vowed Eremite

Befriender of Souls

Welcome to The Abbey, an on-line autonomous place of spiritual growth – I hope you truly enjoy the website and its services.

For those who have not been here before: I am a Vowed Eremite and I offer mentoring to those who feel called into a deeper level of spiritual growth – The Abbey acts as a place of worship and a hub for those who desire spiritual truths and insight.

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Once again, welcome to The Abbey.

Dr. Kenzo Amariyo PhD. (A.M.)

A Vowed Eremite & Befriender of Souls


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My Prayer

Let us Pray;

Divine Source; I lift up all of my followers to you, all those who directly or in-directly follow me and/or my teachings, I lift up the name of everyone of them, known and un-known to me, everywhere, all those who have ever seen, heard, spoken of or read, in part or full, any of my sermons, spiritual messages or any other formal or informal teachings that I have offered and made available.

I lift all these people up to you and I pray that your eternal blessings will be forever upon them, their children and their children’s children. I pray that your loving hands will heal their hearts, comfort them in sorrow, and edify them always. I pray that my words would be none other than your words made Holy and sanctified through you and that your words would land on open hearts and minds, always, in readiness to be integrated into their being that they may live in truth and light, and as a reflection of your very heart.

I pray that each day they would remember you and serve you, that each day they would remember to talk to you as they would each other, and that each day they would see you in the world around them, even when it is not always beautiful.

I pray that as I faithfully shepherd your flock, you would continue to give me wisdom and strength, and the insight I need into your word so that I can successfully lead your people into your Holy Land.

Let each day be a new day, let each day be refreshed with your breath of life that we may all enter into your Glory, reflecting you throughout our lives and drawing more unto you.

Each day I offer myself as a living sacrifice for your honour and glory, for your heavenly work, releasing all grip and hold from and of the world.

If nothing else, let me never fail you as your servant – a servant of The Most High.


Buckfast Abbey Chapel - The Re-Affirming of Vows

Buckfast Abbey - England

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