Whatever our life circumstances, we can find safe harbor in our own inner temple and within sacred community.
A reflection on the myriad ways in which we are nurtured and supported by the element of water.
Even when we may not be able to control events, we can control our response to them. What practices help you shift into seeing the bigger picture or higher ground?
A call to enter the inner sanctuary so that we may live and move from that place of peace within us.
The practice of meditation invites us to find what Thomas Merton called “the point of nothingness – a point of pure truth which belongs entirely to God.”
Through spiritual practice we can move – individually and collectively – from the “little room” of limitation, lack and exclusion to the “big room” of God Consciousness.
To welcome light into our life and to allow our light to shine, we must also embrace the shadow.
When life beckons, we can resist at every turn, or we can recognize that things are changing, and our invitation is to open ourselves and claim our path.
Patricia shares reflections on her recent pilgrimage to civil rights sites in the south, including the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Montgomery, Alabama. She speaks of race as an egoic illusion and shows how racism impedes us from knowing our true Self.
With the wise men, we journey to meet the God within, who receives our gifts with unending love.