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Tag Archives: Soul

Unknowing

I would not sacrifice my soul for all the beauty of this world. Continue Reading Unknowing

Silence

Contemplation is nothing other than a secret, peaceful, loving inflow of God. Continue Reading Silence

Longing

The divine-human love affair really is a reciprocal dance. Continue Reading Longing

Fear Is Contraction

The soul or the True Self does not proceed by contraction but by expansion. Continue Reading Fear Is Contraction

The Temple Within

When we open the door and go inside, God is there in the temple of our soul. Continue Reading The Temple Within

Our True Self Is Life Itself

Love is what you were made for and love is who you are. Continue Reading Our True Self Is Life Itself

You and God are Already One

God makes your very soul to be a relational mystery with God. Continue Reading You and God are Already One

Responsive Vulnerability

Human vulnerability gives the soul an immense head start on its travels. Continue Reading Responsive Vulnerability

The Pain of Disconnection

It’s only God in us that knows God. It’s God in us that loves God. It’s God in us that recognizes God. Continue Reading The Pain of Disconnection

The God Archetype

Carl Jung The God Archetype Monday, November 22, 2021 Father Richard shares the importance of archetypes for the soul’s encounter with God, which Jung explored in great depth. Depth psychology tells us that our lives are guided by subconscious, ruling images which Jung calls archetypes. Jungian archetypes include the father, the mother, the eternal child,… Continue Reading The God Archetype

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