Tag Archives: poetry

God as Us: Week 1 Summary

God as Us: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, November 5-Friday, November 10, 2017 The divine DNA is in everyone and everything God has created “from the beginning.” As humans, we are graced with the capacity to realize this, fully enjoy it, and draw mightily from it. (Sunday) When we call something sacred, we normally mean that Read More »

Sacred Breathing: All of It Is!

True Self and False Self: Week 1 Sacred Breathing: All of It Is! Friday, August 11, 2017 All people have access to their True Self from their very first inhalation and exhalation, which is the very sound of the sacred. It is the literally unspeakable Jewish name for God, YHWH. It cannot be spoken but Read More »

The Left Hand of God

Contemplation in Action: Week 1 The Left Hand of God Tuesday, June 27, 2017 Part of integrating the inner and the outer is looking at both sides of life clearly and honestly. We must be able to face the joy and wonder of life as well as its pain, injustice, and absurdity. I call the Read More »

Type FOUR: The Need to Be Authentic

Enneagram: Week 2 Type FOUR: The NEED to Be Authentic Sunday, May 1, 2016 This week we will continue describing the Enneagram types, focusing on the ways the ego tries to falsely protect what it thinks is itself. As Russ Hudson says, “We all want something real; we’re just going about it in a way Read More »

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