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Confessions of a Christian Journaler

I am a bona fide advocate of journaling for so many reasons —  many of which our guest blogger, Kathy Bornarth, shared in her recent article, “What Makes Christian Journaling Unique?” 441 more words

Coaching

Some words about good and bad

The problem of good and bad is probably as old as mankind. And still it is full of misunderstandings and half-truths.

So we have typical statements like these: 1,097 more words

Spiritual Development

Just sitting still unplugged - quieten the monkey-mind - find true peace - Pico Iyer

From Open Culture (great site!)

There is a certain kind of thinking that the Buddha called “monkey mind,” a state in which our nervous habits become compulsions, hauling us around this way and that, forcing us to jump and shriek at every sound. 450 more words

Spiritual Development

Wonder and amazement - Abraham Joshua Heschel

Radical Amazement
–by Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel

The surest way to suppress our ability to understand the meaning of God and the importance of worship is to take things for granted. 424 more words

Spiritual Development

The Universal Law of Focus

 

We move towards what we focus on.

We’ve all experienced this simple law. Things are moving along nicely in your life. So good in fact that you begin to worry that something is bound to mess with this good fortune.

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Wisdom

Rays of the Absolute (the Legacy of Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj)

A nondual teacher who meant/means a lot to many people

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Published on 27 Mar 2015
In 2006 Stephen Wolinsky proposed the idea of traveling to India to film Nisargadatta Maharaj’s translators and disciples to explore the legacy Maharaj left behind in his hometown, Mumbai. 202 more words

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Connecting with Tarot

Tarot has always been about developing your spiritual self and being open to your inner voice (Intuition). Therefore, I view Tarot as a very personal journey – It is part of you. 747 more words

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