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Containers for Source

photo credit: Heather Clemons I like to think that we are specially made containers for Source. In the same way, a potter shapes particular vessels for particular purposes from clay (a pitcher for pouring, for instance, or as a vase for flowers, a sugar bowl etc) – we too, I like to think, were specially designed to carry Source energy a particular way for a

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Eight Stages of Union with Source/God/Reality as found in the Bible

photo credit: alicepopkorn Peter in the Bible describes eight attributes that I have come to think of as eight stages of our journey into unity with Source. The Bible text reads: “For this very reason, make every effort to add to your faith goodness; and to goodness, knowledge; and to knowledge, self-control; and to self-control, perseverance; and to perseverance, godliness; and to godliness, brotherly kindness;

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Eyes open and mind takes over ….

Yes, I understand about those days when the stressful mind is what greets us first upon opening our eyes. This is more common than not for many …. I see the limited mind as ever waiting for the opportunity to take us over … it does so by filling our heads with opinions and stories (such as, “I just don’t want to deal with life!”

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Life is Instructional By Design ….

The challenge for many of us comes when we are asked to trust the process that is unfolding through us … The only way I’ve found to do that is through a daily practice of intention and alignment with Source. That daily connection promotes a confidence that makes surrender to Source possible. I’ve learned to trust that every life moment is instructional by design. We

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Seeing the World through a Victim Lens

As long as we believe thoughts like; “They did it to me”, we will be stuck in a story that produces suffering. Seeing the world through a lens of what others have done to us is a primary characteristic of victimhood (see “Faces of Victim“). The ego is that part of us that sees the world through the victim lens. Believing that others can cause

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