We can release memories of the past knowing that God’s will of good is paramount to all other concerns.
Like Jesus, we are called and enabled to rise up victoriously from all that would keep us in darkness.
The story of Jesus’ 40 days in the desert provides us with a template for overcoming obstacles and limitations and evolving into a new being.
Pentecost Sunday celebrates the coming of the Holy Spirit upon Jesus’ followers after His ascension. When we allow that Christ Consciousness to be expressed in our lives we experience the transformative power of the Holy Spirit in our own lives and in our world.
The story of Jesus passion, death and resurrection offers a metaphysical teaching for our own transformation.
The Gospel story of the wedding feast at Cana and the transformation of water into wine reveals the means of our own transformation.
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.
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)
What would life look like if we embraced inevitable change?
We can acknowledge and embrace the darkness without engaging fear and discover the abiding peace at our core.