Hermitage Part 2: What did Jesus mean that we must become like a child?
Unless you are born again, you cannot see the Kingdom of God. John 3:3 Unless you become like a child, you will never enter the... Read More
Hermitage Part 1: Why make hermitage?
My recent hermitage was such a special time that when I came out of solitude I spent the next few days reflecting, processing and integrating.... Read More
What mask(s) do you wear?
Awakening :: Week 12 “The spiritual journey is a journey of self-discovery since the encounter with God is also an encounter with one’s deepest self,”... Read More
How do you restore connection with the Divine?
Awakening :: Week 11 My initial awakening could probably be traced back two or three years before I made pilgrimage in Spain. I had decided... Read More
What holds you back from being who you are called to be?
Awakening :: Week 10 I think of Moses as a good example of one who struggled with self-abnegation. In the Torah, Exodus 3–4 outlines... Read More
Have you been self-abnegating?
Awakening :: Week 9 Waking up allowed me to surrender to the removal of masks of fear, inferiority and subordination. I was coming out... Read More
A new kind of humility–self-assertion
Awakening :: Week 8 The invitation during this season of awakening in my life was “self-assertion”—to be broken free of what was holding me... Read More
Submission, mutuality and vulnerability (Awakening :: Week 7)
In stark contrast to patriarchal submission, on the Camino I grew aware of a different kind of submission. Chris and I each encountered physical, mental... Read More
How patriarchy threatened my true self (Awakening :: Week 6)
Central to my awakening and growth was the breaking or dismantling of patriarchic paradigms that had stifled me from reaching my full potential and... Read More
Awakening :: Week 5
We cannot make ourselves grow. We can only will to wake up and submit to the process. Waking up and embarking on the spiritual journey... Read More
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