Archetypes: Who Are You?
Posted on January 9, 2013 5 Comments
I just read this amazing book by Caroline Myss, called Archetypes. These are collective symbols that everyone in the culture understands; patterns, habits, and behaviors that people can all describe. When we speak in archetypes, we speak in common terms. For example, if I were to say my uncle’s sister’s daughter’s son’s mom is such a martyr, you […]
Hold Yourself Dearly
Posted on January 6, 2013 4 Comments
Reading Tama Kieves’ writing physically hit me in the chest and knocked my spirit into alignment: Hold yourself dearly. Here are some excerpts: Hold yourself dearly. No one has walked in your shoes but you. Hold yourself dearly. This is a practice, a prayer, an amulet and a portal. …know the gospel of [your] own brilliant nature. …know […]
God’s Bountiful Table
Posted on December 31, 2012 Leave a Comment
Our kitchen table is a central part of our family, serving more than just meals with its purpose. Guests are honored here. Parenting occurs here. Friends connect over coffee here. Family members intertwine and enfold here. Homework is learned, bills are paid, opinions are shared, books are read, writing is released here. Tears are shed, laughter is […]
Posted on December 24, 2012 Leave a Comment
As with the nativity, oftentimes the most significant happenings in our lives occur in the humblest of packages. May we see the Divine in our mundane, for there is God.
Messages from Margaret
Posted on December 17, 2012 Leave a Comment
Messages from Margaret is automatic writing through Gerry Gavin from his guardian angel, Margaret. If you enjoyed Conversations with God by Neale Donald Walsch, you will appreciate this book. If you haven’t read that one, put it on your to-read list, right behind this book! Margaret has a lot of wisdom to share, and Gerry captures her spunky […]