Tag Archives: practice

Jesus’ Death: Weekly Summary

Jesus’ Death Summary: Sunday, April 14—Friday, April 19, 2019 Holy Saturday The image of the scapegoat powerfully mirrors and reveals the universal, but largely unconscious, human need to transfer our guilt onto something (or someone) else by singling that other out for unmerited negative treatment. (Sunday) Jesus takes away the sin of the world by… Continue Reading Jesus’ Death: Weekly Summary

Christ Means “Anointed”: Weekly Summary

Christ Means “Anointed” Summary: Sunday, April 7—Friday, April 12, 2019 This entire world is soaked through and through with Christ, with divinity, like an electron planted in every atom. (Sunday) The word we translate from the Greek as “Christ” comes from the Hebrew word mesach, meaning “the anointed” one or Messiah. Christ reveals that all… Continue Reading Christ Means “Anointed”: Weekly Summary

Dying Before You Die: Weekly Summary

Dying Before You Die Summary: Sunday, March 31—Friday, April 5, 2019 Until we are led to the limits of our present game plan and find it to be insufficient, we will not search out or find our real Source. (Sunday) Contemplative practice might be five or twenty minutes of “dying,” of letting go of the… Continue Reading Dying Before You Die: Weekly Summary

Growing in Christ: Week 2 Summary

Growing in Christ: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, March 24—Friday, March 29, 2019 To grow toward love, union, salvation, or enlightenment (I use the words almost interchangeably), we must be moved from Order to Disorder and finally to Reorder. (Sunday) It seems we all begin in naïveté and eventually return to a “second naïveté” or simplicity,… Continue Reading Growing in Christ: Week 2 Summary

Growing in Christ: Week 1 Summary

Growing in Christ: Week 1 Summary: Sunday, March 17—Friday, March 22, 2019 Religion and various models of human development seem to suggest there are two major tasks for each human life. The first task is to build a strong “container” or identity; the second is to find the contents that the container was meant to… Continue Reading Growing in Christ: Week 1 Summary

Christ in Evolution: Weekly Summary

Christ in Evolution Summary: Sunday, March 10—Friday, March 15, 2019 God keeps creation both good and new—which means always going somewhere even better or, in a word, evolving. God keeps creating things from the inside out. (Sunday) With greater differentiation and complexity there will also be pushback, fear, and confusion. What can we do in… Continue Reading Christ in Evolution: Weekly Summary

This Is My Body: Weekly Summary

This Is My Body Summary: Sunday, March 3-Friday, March 8, 2019 At the Last Supper, when Jesus held up the bread and spoke the words “This is my Body,” I believe he was speaking not just about the bread right in front of him, but about the whole universe, about every thing that is physical,… Continue Reading This Is My Body: Weekly Summary

Christ in Paul’s Eyes: Weekly Summary

Christ in Paul’s Eyes Summary: Sunday, February 24-Friday, March 1, 2019 The entire biblical revelation is gradually developing a very different consciousness, a recreated self, and eventually a full “identity transplant” or identity realization, as we see in both Jesus and Paul. As Paul writes, “I live no longer, not I, but Christ lives in… Continue Reading Christ in Paul’s Eyes: Weekly Summary

Christ Since the Beginning: Weekly Summary

Christ Since the Beginning Summary: Sunday, February 17-Friday, February 22, 2019 God’s first “idea” was to pour out divine infinite love into finite, visible forms. The Big Bang is our scientific name for that first idea, and “Christ” is our theological name. (Sunday) Long before Jesus’ personal Incarnation, Christ was deeply embedded in all things—as… Continue Reading Christ Since the Beginning: Weekly Summary

Jesus and Christ: Weekly Summary

Jesus and Christ Summary: Sunday, February 10—Friday, February 15, 2019 The Christ is the eternal mystery of matter and Spirit as one. Jesus willingly died—and Christ arose—yes, still Jesus, but now including and revealing everything else in its full purpose and glory. (Sunday) The Incarnation is not only “God becoming Jesus.” It is a much… Continue Reading Jesus and Christ: Weekly Summary

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