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Death Transformed

The Universal Pattern Death Transformed Sunday, April 12, 2020 Easter Sunday In this short Easter message, Richard Rohr shares how the Universal Christ meets suffering reality through resurrection. Watch the video below or listen to the audio beneath the video. [Rise up] O sleeper, awake! Rise from the dead, for I am the life of… Continue Reading Death Transformed

Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Weekly Summary

Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Summary: Sunday, March 1–Friday, March 6, 2020 Through the lens of the Enneagram we have greater self-knowledge and the ability to let go of what only seems good in order to discover what in us is really good. (Sunday) Something is clearly working here, and the enneagram of personality movement seems… Continue Reading Enneagram Part Two: Heart Center: Weekly Summary

Enneagram Part One: Body Center: Weekly Summary

Enneagram Part One: Body Center Sunday, February 23–Friday, February 28, 2020 The Enneagram’s purpose is to help us uncover the traps that keep us from living fully and freely as our True Self so that we will use our unique, authentic gifts for the good of others and the world. (Sunday) The Intelligence Centers . . . include the Body… Continue Reading Enneagram Part One: Body Center: Weekly Summary

The Three Intelligence Centers

Enneagram Part One: Body Center The Three Intelligence Centers Monday, February 24, 2020 My dear friend Chris Heuertz has written two books on the Enneagram full of compassionate wisdom and insight. Next month he is also launching a podcast called Enneagram Mapmakers, interviewing esteemed teachers of the Enneagram tradition. [1] It’s fascinating to me how teaching… Continue Reading The Three Intelligence Centers

A Hidden Wholeness

Knowing and Not Knowing A Hidden Wholeness
 Sunday, January 26, 2020 Alongside all our knowing must be the equal and honest “knowing that I do not know.” That’s why the classic schools of prayer spoke of both  kataphatic  knowing—through images and words—and  apophatic knowing—through silence and symbols.  Apophatic knowing allows God to fill in all the gaps… Continue Reading A Hidden Wholeness

Inner Silence

Action and Contemplation: Part One Inner Silence Wednesday, January 8, 2020 Silence is not the absence of being; it is a kind of being itself. It is not something distant, obtuse, or obscure of which only ascetics and hermits are capable. Most likely we have already experienced deep silence, and now we must feed and… Continue Reading Inner Silence

The Great Turning

Science: Old and New The Great Turning Monday, November 4, 2019 I have set before you life and death . . . therefore choose life. —Deuteronomy 30:19 Eco-philosopher, Earth elder, friend, and spiritual activist Joanna Macy, now ninety years old, has been promoting a global transition from the Industrial Growth Society to a Life-Sustaining Society for… Continue Reading The Great Turning

Wide-Eyed Seeing

Gender and Sexuality Wide-Eyed Seeing Sunday, October 20, 2019 I know that many Daily Meditations readers are my age—or almost (I’m 76 now)—and come from traditional religious backgrounds, so I want to recognize that this week on Gender and Sexuality may challenge what we were taught about what it means to be human, made in… Continue Reading Wide-Eyed Seeing

One Life, One Death, One Suffering

Oneness One Life, One Death, One Suffering Wednesday, September 25, 2019 The Universal Christ is trying to communicate at the deepest intuitive level that there is only One Life, One Death, and One Suffering on this earth. We are all invited to ride the one wave, which is the only wave there is. Call it… Continue Reading One Life, One Death, One Suffering

Nodding to the Shadow

Shadow Work Nodding to the Shadow Wednesday, September 11, 2019 I want to emphasize that the shadow is not inherently evil or wrong; it varies from culture to culture. In the United States today, white dominant culture prizes competition, urgency, individualism, niceness (or avoidance of conflict), and logic. Other values and ways of being, such… Continue Reading Nodding to the Shadow

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