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Tag Archives: Soul

The Quest and Its Questions

We cannot go on a quest until we know what the question is. Continue Reading The Quest and Its Questions

Contemplation and Right Action

If contemplation doesn’t lead to genuine action, then it remains only navel-gazing and self-preoccupation. Continue Reading Contemplation and Right Action

A Source of Vital Information

Living solely out of our ego splits us off from our body and our soul. Continue Reading A Source of Vital Information

Body and Spirit as One

The incarnation tells us that body and spirit must fully operate and be respected as one. Continue Reading Body and Spirit as One

A Riverbed of Mercy

God-in-us is a riverbed of mercy that underlies all the flotsam and jetsam that flows over it and soon passes away. Continue Reading A Riverbed of Mercy

The Immensity Within

You must know that the Immensity of the Holy Spirit is already within you. Continue Reading The Immensity Within

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

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