Tag Archives: Sabbath

Judaism: Weekly Summary

Judaism Summary: Sunday, August 26-Friday, August 31, 2018 The primary purpose of religion is to help us move beyond the separate-self sense to union with God. —Thomas Keating (Sunday) The Bible shows a relentless movement toward intimacy and divine union between Creator and creatures. For this to happen, there needs to be some degree of… Continue Reading Judaism: Weekly Summary

A Confounding Experience of Heart

A Confounding Experience of Heart Denise Davis (’16) At the same time I began the Living School in 2014, my husband and I moved to Manhattan for a three-year job assignment. In seeking community, I did as I had always done: joined a progressive church and then engaged, advocating and working for social justice. One… Continue Reading A Confounding Experience of Heart

Mystics and Non-Dual Thinkers: Week 2 Summary

Mystics and Non-Dual Thinkers: Week 2 Summary: Sunday, July 19-Friday, July 24, 2015 Mystics have plumbed the depths of both suffering and love and emerged with compassion for the world and a learned capacity to recognize God within themselves, in others, and in all things. (Sunday) Whether our wounds are caused by others or by… Continue Reading Mystics and Non-Dual Thinkers: Week 2 Summary

In Our End Is Our Beginning: Weekly Summary

In Our End Is Our Beginning Summary: Sunday, December 28, 2015-Friday, January 2, 2015 From birth through the development of ego, the fall that can drop us into the “second half of life,” the descent through suffering and grief, ever evolving us toward greater awareness of our True Self, and eventually death—we are moving toward… Continue Reading In Our End Is Our Beginning: Weekly Summary

Going Deeper

In Our End Is Our Beginning Going Deeper Monday, December 29, 2014 It’s one thing to read the Daily Meditations (or any spiritual text). It’s quite another to integrate the teachings into your very being. I hope you will take all of what I say deeper than mere intellectual understanding, perhaps in some or all… Continue Reading Going Deeper

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