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A few weeks ago, a friendly acquaintance of mine gave an amazing talk on how Christianity had touched his life, the Christian practices he had observed, Christian experiences, etc.
This talk sent me off down a few lines of inquiry:
- How am I relating to the tradition I was born in to ?
- Specifically, how am I relating to the Holy Spirit ? ( a big part of the talk involved the Holy Spirit)
This life has passed physically easy and emotionally full of misery. This may be from the nature of emotions which are suffering itself. I can thank my Mediterranean ancestors for their overflowing passions. Still, what’s here is here. How much … Continue reading
Most of us have baggage. I have only met a few who didn’t seem to have any left; they were all teachers. Many of us grew up with Christianity; most of the rest grew up in a culture heavily influenced … Continue reading
Why is Metta / Lovingkindness so ” hard ” ? How is it even a “thing ” for practitioners ? Practitioners are self-selected, other-interested, motivated. There is born the wish to broadcast loving energy to the world, and to everyone … Continue reading
[ Cross-posted from Vanishing Narrative. Enjoy ! ] http://wp.me/p1O6AP-Ge
3:00 AM wide awake thrashed by torment ’til head explodes with forgiveness ! x x xx xxx xxxxx xxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Photo thanks to : http://sleepjunkies.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/exploding_head-200×200.jpg For an excellent current post on forgiveness: http://philosophadam.wordpress.com/2014/12/15/forgive-and-be-free-the-liberating-power-of-forgiveness/
March of 2003; my mother was in a very advanced stage of her final bout with cancer. Had been visiting for a few days at her place. It was 10:30 at night, and we had just finished watching a TV … Continue reading
Posted on the Ho’oponopono Gathering FB Group: My property was burgled; only a bicycle and pump were stolen from the shed. Please Ho’op the unknown thief. I love you , am sorry, thank you, forgive me ! Posted in response … Continue reading