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Tag Archives: True Self

Transformation and the True Self: Weekly Summary

Your True Self is a tiny flame of this Universal Reality that is Love itself, God’s very self. Continue Reading Transformation and the True Self: Weekly Summary

Pruning Open the True Self

God yearns for us to live wholeheartedly as the beautiful, beloved individuals we are created to be. Continue Reading Pruning Open the True Self

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

Letting Go of the False Self

When we are connected to the Whole, we no longer need to protect or defend the mere part. Continue Reading Letting Go of the False Self

A Stirring of the Soul

When we are finally willing to meet “what is”—real change and transformation become possible. Continue Reading A Stirring of the Soul

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

Trusting Our Essential Self

Jesus revealed a paradox in his entire being: human and divine are not separate, but one! Continue Reading Trusting Our Essential Self

A Quality of Relationship

When we live from our true self in God, religion is about the quality and capacity of our relatedness to God and others. Continue Reading A Quality of Relationship

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

Being “God’s Somebody”

Original Goodness Being “God’s Somebody” Friday, October 29, 2021 Everybody is God’s somebody. —Bishop Michael Curry, Love Is the Way Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church Michael Curry, with whom Fr. Richard has worked on several occasions, shares how knowing we are “God’s somebody” allows us to love ourselves and others. I’ve come to see… Continue Reading Being “God’s Somebody”

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