On this day each year we set our intentions for the new year. Rather than focusing on what we will do, we focus on who we are called to be in order to birth the emerging vision of our highest essence.
This Christmas season offers us the opportunity to – like Mary – open the door to Love.
Mary’s world was turned upside down with the appearance of an angel and his message to her, but with extraordinary faith she allowed herself to become a vessel for the Divine.
As we begin the Advent season of preparation for Christmas, let us embrace the steadfast faith of Mary.
As we embark on another holiday season, let us not only give thanks for what we have, but give to others who may be struggling with this season.
In the practice of gratitude we go to the altar within where we are, in effect, altered through that practice; our soul changed and expanded.
It is difficult to remain in balance in a world of duality, of opposites and extremes. Buddhism offers us the wisdom of following the “Middle Way.” (Sunday, November 5, 2017)
The Biblical story of Job illustrates a path for us for moving out of the experience of being lost. (Sunday, October 29, 2017)
When we are feeling lost, we can first embrace that place of unknowing and see it as a place of Divine Potential. (Sunday, October 22, 2017)
Re-cultivating a fundamental trust in life allows us to experience the freedom and joy that is our birthright.