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Sit and Eat
My version of Sieger Köder’s “Der Morgen am See” (John 21:1-17). With an echo of George Herbert in my ear.
Posted in Art, Reflect Tagged drawing, Jesus, love, peace, resurrection, sharing a meal, Sieger Köder, spirituality Leave a comment
What Brings Your Love Alive?
As so often, I am once again quoting from a wonderful blog called “Richer By Far” – from a post called, “When You Don’t Need Spiritual Disciplines”: The master was asked, ‘What is spirituality?’ He said, ‘Spirituality is that which succeeds in bringing … Continue reading
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Yoga – God and Me and My Chakras
After work today, I went to a yoga class. Chakras. Incense sticks. The photograph of a woman whose name I can’t remember, a candle in front of that, and us repeating 16 times, “Mother, I am the Spirit”, and various … Continue reading
Posted in Reflect Tagged chakra, Christian, communion, culture, experience, exploration, fear, God, Hindu, joy, kundalini, meaning, meditation, mother, openness, prayer, religion, religious practice, risk, scepticism, spirituality, tradition, truth, understanding, yoga Leave a comment