Gratitude Dispels Fear …

photo credit: jakub_hla I was tossing and turning during the wee hours of the night a while back. (I’ve found that the early AM hours are the time when the ego does its worst work.) This sort of sleeplessness has assailed me before. I awaken abruptly and lie there for hours completely overrun with thoughts like, “what if this happens or what if that doesn’t

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Is My Message Anti-Christian? (part four)

Last post, I spoke of how I was led step by step back into a conscious relationship with my own Master, the Christ. It appears that Christ did not fully reveal himself to me until He knew I was ready to accept Him. He had to bring Daniel into my life first as part of the preparation of bringing me back to my spiritual roots.

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Is My Message Anti-Christian? (part one)

photo credit: koelk_h Recently I’ve gotten a couple of notes from readers voicing concern that my message and recommendations might be anti-Christian. I see such open inquiries as a prompting for me to clarify my thoughts. I decided it might be helpful for me to say a few words about my own journey of faith, and in that way, leave it up to you to

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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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Part 3; Noah … Building the Ark

photo credit: Sweet One It doesn’t take much to see how relevant the story of Noah and the Ark is to our personal life journey. The Biblical story describes our own spiritual life journey. We all face “floods” in life. Perhaps the flood we encounter comes to us through loss of job, relationship or loved one; through addiction or mental illness – maybe we lived

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