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A bead of mercury

A beautiful talk by Cynthia Bourgeault on centering prayer. This talk is very much in line with my own personal experience of the biological functionality of letting go.

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Prayers on a Runway

by Lisa I love clothes but mostly I admire the art of designers, and creators of beautiful fabric. I don’t own many nice clothes except what I’ve bought second hand. No cashmere yet though I have given as a gift. … Continue reading

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Only in our doing can we grasp you.

Only in our doing can we grasp you. Only with our hands can we illumine you. The mind is but a visitor; it thinks us out of our world. Each mind fabricates itself. We sense it limits, for we have … Continue reading

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Prayer is an egg

A contemplation on a poem by Rumi On Resurrection Day God will say, “What did you do with the strength and energy your food gave you on earth? How did you use your eyes? What did you make with your … Continue reading

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