Tag Archives: John 1:14

Losing Myself to Find Myself

True Self/False Self: Week 1 Losing Myself to Find Myself Tuesday, August 2, 2016 As much as I emphasize the importance of non-dual consciousness, you may be confused or concerned that I use the terms True Self and false self. But remember that wisdom teachers such as Jesus often use seemingly dualistic statements to first… Continue Reading Losing Myself to Find Myself

Incarnation Is Already Redemption

Alternative Orthodoxy: Week 1 Incarnation Is Already Redemption Wednesday, February 10, 2016 (Ash Wednesday) The alternative orthodoxy of Francis and the mainline orthodoxy of most Christian denominations largely have different starting points. Francis’ alternative orthodoxy emphasizes incarnation instead of redemption. For Franciscans, Christmas is already Easter because in becoming a human being, God already shows… Continue Reading Incarnation Is Already Redemption

Integrating Human and Divine Love

Incarnation: Week 1 Integrating Human and Divine Love Tuesday, January 12, 2016 God is always given, incarnate in every moment and present to those who know how to be present themselves. [1] It is that simple and that difficult. To be present in prayer can be like the experience of being loved at a deep… Continue Reading Integrating Human and Divine Love

Evolving into Fullness

Creation Evolving into Fullness Thursday, January 29, 2015 The prologue to John’s Gospel is not talking about Jesus; it’s talking about Christ, which, as I’ve shared in previous meditations, is a much older and more inclusive statement. So, instead of using the Greek word “Logos” as John does, I’m going to use the word “blueprint,”… Continue Reading Evolving into Fullness

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