Posts Tagged ‘Prayer’

What Am I Doing Here?

Everyone has asked the question, what am I doing here at one point or another. Sometimes, if one is serious about getting the answer, the reasons become crystal clear. As I teach in my workshops; our experience of reality is created from our dreams, thoughts, beliefs, feelings and actions. As you discover your sometimes sub-conscious beliefs it becomes fairly obvious…

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Crisis of Personal Truth

During a personal crisis many of the things you once believed were true, just aren’t any more. You need a whole new set of answers. It is not a time to be squeamish about how this truth comes packaged. It IS a good time however to reinvent yourself and use the situation to catapult yourself…

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Humanity will be United

When the Jew, the Christian, the Moslem, the Hindu and the Buddhist open themselves in prayer, in meditation, to the transcendent mystery, going beyond word, beyond thought, simply opening themselves to the light, to the truth, to reality, then meeting takes place. That is where humanity will be united. – Bede Griffiths, quoted in Beatrice…

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Angry Disillusioned Mad at God

When life sucks it’s easy to blame God for letting it happen. When he doesn’t seem to help or hear you what do you think about that? How can you keep on believing? I admit it; I was angry, very angry at God! Did lightning strike me? Am I still here? Life has conspired against…

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Angels among Us

Do you believe in Angels? Many people find it easier to talk to Angels than any other heavenly beings. While I am not one who claims to talk to Angels I do believe they are ever waiting to be called on to help humanity. One day while meditating on the reason I found myself stuck…

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How to Get Personal Direction

You all know the fairytale story of Hansel and Gretel. They are children lost in the woods leaving a breadcrumb trail to find their way home. In one version, the breadcrumbs were eaten by the birds but there appeared shiny stones that glowed in the moonlight left by their father to guide them home. We…

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