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Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Weekly Summary

Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Summary: Sunday, March 1–Friday, March 6, 2020 Through the lens of the Enneagram we have greater self-knowledge and the ability to let go of what only seems good in order to discover what in us is really good. (Sunday) Something is clearly working here, and the enneagram of personality movement seems… Continue Reading Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Weekly Summary

Gurdjieff and the Enneagram

Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center Gurdjieff and the Enneagram Monday, March 2, 2020  My friend Russ Hudson and his writing partner, the late Don Richard Riso, give some of the history of the Enneagram in their book The Wisdom of the Enneagram: The person responsible for bringing the Enneagram symbol to the modern world was George… Continue Reading Gurdjieff and the Enneagram

Enneagram Part One: Body Center: Weekly Summary

Enneagram Part One: Body Center Sunday, February 23–Friday, February 28, 2020 The Enneagram’s purpose is to help us uncover the traps that keep us from living fully and freely as our True Self so that we will use our unique, authentic gifts for the good of others and the world. (Sunday) The Intelligence Centers . . . include the Body… Continue Reading Enneagram Part One: Body Center: Weekly Summary

Wisdom Is Loving

Mind, Body, Heart Wisdom Is Loving  Friday, February 21, 2020 The first principle of great spiritual teachers is rather constant: only Love can be entrusted with Wisdom or Big Truth. All other attitudes will murder, mangle, and manipulate truth for their own ego purposes. Humans must first find the unified field of love and then start their thinking and perceiving from that… Continue Reading Wisdom Is Loving

Universal Consciousness

Twelve-Step Spirituality: Part Two Universal Consciousness Tuesday, December 17, 2019 Step Ten: Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it. [1] Wisely, Step Ten does not emphasize a moral inventory, which becomes too self-absorbed and self-critical, but it speaks of a “personal inventory.” In other words, just watch yourself objectively, calmly, and compassionately. You will… Continue Reading Universal Consciousness

Corporate Love

Oneness Corporate Love Tuesday, September 24, 2019 Humans throughout history have often had a strong appreciation for and connection with their ancestors. I think the collective notion of oneness is what Christians were trying to verbalize when they made a late addition to the ancient Apostles’ Creed: “I believe in the communion of saints.” They… Continue Reading Corporate Love

Nodding to the Shadow

Shadow Work Nodding to the Shadow Wednesday, September 11, 2019 I want to emphasize that the shadow is not inherently evil or wrong; it varies from culture to culture. In the United States today, white dominant culture prizes competition, urgency, individualism, niceness (or avoidance of conflict), and logic. Other values and ways of being, such… Continue Reading Nodding to the Shadow

Remembering Who We Already Are

Nonviolence Remembering Who We Already Are Monday, August 19, 2019 My longtime friend, Catholic priest and peace activist John Dear, teaches that nonviolence requires three simultaneous attributes: being nonviolent toward ourselves; being nonviolent to others, including creation; and joining the global grassroots movement of nonviolence. John and the Franciscan organization Pace e Bene lead an… Continue Reading Remembering Who We Already Are

Listening for the Genuine

Interspiritual Mystics Listening for the Genuine Friday, August 9, 2019 Anniversary of the Bombing of Nagasaki I’m encouraged by the rediscovery of the broad and deep contemplative mind, which for the first two thousand years of Christianity had largely been limited to monks, women religious, and mystics. It is not our metaphysics (“what is real”)… Continue Reading Listening for the Genuine

Love Is a Mirror

Conscious Love Love Is a Mirror Thursday, June 20, 2019 For true love is given to mirror and manifest God on earth, and not for self-realization and personal happiness. With the acceptance of those terms, the path comes into being. —Cynthia Bourgeault [1] Love is the ultimate reality. We can probably see this only through… Continue Reading Love Is a Mirror

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