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Becoming Heart Centered Thinkers; Our Next Step In Maturity

I believe humanity is awakening to the realization that we are essentially heart-centered beings. Did you know that we all start out life literally as a beating heart? Before there was any sign of a brain, the fetal zygote was being run by a thinking heart. Isn’t it interesting that we tend to value the brain above all other organs? We clearly see the brain

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Meeting in the Middle; The War of the Opposites

When we are spiritually mature, we live at the dividing line, within ourselves and out in the world, between polarized opposites – between black and white, right and wrong – right where any polarized notion, position, or viewpoint meets the other point of view. Through our maturing process, we move in towards the centerline where the opposites meet  (and often  clash) and away from the

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Is My Message Anti-Christian? (part two)

photo credit: AlicePopkorn I continue here my unfolding story of my own journey to faith for your own judgment in answer to the question, Is my message anti-Christian? In part one, I describe the experience of growing up in a home that was very polarized in their view of spirituality. Here I describe the effect of that polarity in my own life. Regardless of their

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The Spiritual Journey: In Search of the Holy Grail

photo credit: h.koppdelaney The fully armored knight on his faithful steed presented itself to my mind this morning as a perfect metaphor for us as spiritual travelers on the path. The knight’s horse represents our physical body that literally carries us to the destination of our own directing. It’s tenacity and loyalty is unfaltering in its service to us. This horse, our body, is sure-footed,

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In Rua, Spain

Another day of walking is behind us. We will make Santiago tomorrow!  It´s hard to believe!  What a wonderful metaphor for the spiritual journey walking the camino is. I notice that it takes me longer and longer to arrive at our daily destination.  Not because I can’t go faster.  I’m just not in a hurry.  Wandering down paths and stopping to study the light on the path or smell a flower,

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