Tag Archives: New Mexico

Justice: Week 2 Summary

Justice: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, June 17-Friday, June 22, 2018 Only by solidarity with other people’s suffering can comfortable people be converted. Otherwise we are disconnected from the cross—of the world, of others, of Jesus, and finally of our own necessary participation in the great mystery of dying and rising. (Sunday) The way of radical… Continue Reading Justice: Week 2 Summary

Justice Close to Home

Justice: Week 2 Justice Close to Home Friday, June 22, 2018 Over the last two weeks I’ve explored justice in a broad way. Today I’d like to bring it closer to home, in a little longer meditation, so you get a fuller picture and some of the nuances in my own life. My first assignment… Continue Reading Justice Close to Home

A Relational Universe

Trinity: Week 2 A Relational Universe Monday, September 19, 2016 If a rational Creator started this whole thing, then there has to be a “DNA connection,” as it were, between the One who creates and what is created. One of the many wonderful things that scientists are discovering as they compare their observations through microscopes… Continue Reading A Relational Universe

Initiation: Weekly Summary

Initiation Summary: Sunday, May 22-Friday, May 27 Throughout most of history, the journey through death into life was taught in sacred space and ritual form, which clarified, distilled, and shortened the process. (Sunday) The heart is normally opened through a necessary hole in the soul, a sacred wound. Our wound is the only way, it… Continue Reading Initiation: Weekly Summary

Two Rivers Leading to One Ocean

Native and Celtic Spirituality Two Rivers Leading to One Ocean Sunday, July 5, 2015 In the next stage of my “wisdom lineage,” non-dual teachers of all religions, I will introduce themes from two different rivers of spirituality, each with a variety of streams and rivulets that feed the larger bodies. For the sake of convenience… Continue Reading Two Rivers Leading to One Ocean

Letting Go as a Way of Life

The Franciscan Path of Descent Letting Go as a Way of Life Sunday, June 7, 2015 Jesus himself exemplified and also taught us the path of descent, which Christians have often called “the way of the cross.” The path downward is much more trustworthy than any path upward, which only tends to feed the ego.… Continue Reading Letting Go as a Way of Life

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