I was at an Art of Feminine Presence workshop last night, where I experienced great joy during one of the moving meditations. When I was describing my experience it was all about my energy, and I realised later that I had completely forgotten about my body, even though it had been included in the meditation. This morning I started to reflect on why we are here on this physical plane,
I used to be a fan of the original Star Trek many years ago, but, after years of repeats, the novelty began to wear off. Or perhaps it was because what had once been science fiction became science fact. The communicators used by Captain Kirk and Doctor McCoy became outdated by our mobile phones. Space flight became a bit ho-hum with the advent of the shuttle and international space stations.
(Lukas Haas, playing Samuel in Witness) I have been reading a book called Jesus: My Autobiography, by Tina Louise Spalding, which is a channelled book in which Jesus corrects all the misperceptions and false accounts of his life and his teachings that have been perpetuated by the Christian Church. In this book, Jesus advises us to stop watching movies and television programs that involve murder, because that perpetuates our belief
Happy New Year everyone! When a new year begins, it is a good time to stop and reflect on the year which has just past and what we would like to change. What would we like to change about ourselves, about our jobs, about our home, our family, our environment? We usually find that exterior changes are easier to make than internal ones. We sometimes make New Year’s Resolutions and
I am getting closer to the end of my study of the text of A Course in Miracles. Although I can’t say that I have enjoyed every minute of it, I have been filled with joy for most of my time in studying it. It has brought up some issues in me that need release, and at times I have been confused about it, but after just about finishing it,
Hubby and I have had a few challenges this week, but rather than focus on those, I’d like to focus on the miracles that happen in our lives every day. Millions of miracles happen every day, but we often take them all for granted: The miracle of life, where so many systems work together to allow us to exist on this planet. How often do we stop to think of all
I’ve just been enjoying a swim at the beach, and really appreciating the water, the sea breeze, and my body, which allowed me to swim. I realised that, like most people, I normally tend to take all these things for granted. The sea has always been there and always will be, won’t it? Well, maybe, but will it always be suitable for swimming? We know that there are so many