The story of Jesus passion, death and resurrection offers a metaphysical teaching for our own transformation.
On the day we celebrate as Palm Sunday, Jesus rode into Jerusalem, the “city of peace”. How can we, too, ride into peace?
In times of darkness and turmoil we must hold fast to the truth of who we are and to the goodness of the universe. Holding that higher vision, we will manifest it and overcome adversity.
The Sabbath happens anytime we choose to enter into the stillness to hear the voice of Spirit, and to “pluck from the grains” of that Divine field in order to move forward, actively engaging in our own awakening.
As we quicken the energies within us that were epitomized by Jesus the Christ, we awaken youthful ideas and vitality.
Our imagination has the power to create our experience. When we allow it to be inspired by Spirit within us, we manifest the good and beautiful.
The Gospel story of the wedding feast at Cana and the transformation of water into wine reveals the means of our own transformation.
Referencing the Bible story of Joshua and the walls of Jericho, Rev. Crystal shares the message that we can set ourselves free from any walls of limitation and allow God’s free flowing thoughts to move in and through us.
Using the story of John the Baptist as a model – as we listen to the voice of truth within us, we can transform our lives and “make straight the path in the wilderness” for others.
In the wake of our recent White Stone Ceremony, we look at the story of the infant Jesus and the flight into Egypt to escape Herod’s pursuit as a metaphor of the conflict between our own holy innocence and the ego that would suppress it.