Monthly Archives: November 2013

Practice Gratitude

A month of giving thanks comes to an end. We have examined the art of asking and receiving and giving in turn. We have learned that the others we recognize as partners in this incarnational phase of our spirit’s travels … Continue reading

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The Growing Silence

The growing silence can fill some with a sense of disquiet and dread. In the silence are the seeds of self-contemplation and discovery and, for some, this can be frightening and jarring. When we find ourselves mired in a routine … Continue reading

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Seek in Silence

In the silence are all the answers to the quandaries, problems, dilemmas, challenges we face. When we place our questions into the realm that presents itself as silence, those in spirit—loved ones, guides, teachers, and masters—are able to consider the … Continue reading

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Celebrate Serenity

As we move through this period of dormancy and rest, we need to look around at the natural course of that which surrounds us. Nature blooms and thrives, and then allows itself to experience the aspect of quiet and peace … Continue reading

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The Alchemy of Grace

When we live an examined life, we become aware of patterns that serve and sustain us, and those that debilitate and distract us. As we move through life, we need to retain a feeling of awe and wonder while at … Continue reading

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The Interdependent Web of Sustaining Grace

When we work individually or in community to actualize the vision of the Creative Spirit, we are open to the myriad moments of joy that adhere to the spirit of compassion, empathy, kindness, and love. In compassion, we are aware … Continue reading

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Open to Joy

Loss is a part of life. When we lose something or someone, we suffer the pain of the awareness of separation, but at the same time we open a place in which the new can enter and reside for whatever … Continue reading

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