God Is Good and So Are You

Make these words your own: God is good and so am I.

What Water and an Ancient Poem Have to Teach Us About Life

When we’re flexible like water, we flow around life’s obstacles. We’re open to discovering new truths and insights from spiritual reading, having healthy conversations with others, and listening to the whisper of the Holy Spirit in our hearts.

7 Ways to Grow Unspeakable Joy

Have you ever been surprised by joy? Can joy be a pathway to wholeness, inner peace, and deeper connection with God and your True Self? If so, are there certain practices you can incorporate into your life to grow the seeds of joy?

How to Listen to Silence—So You Can Become Inner Stillness

Between each breath, there is stillness.
Between each wave, there is quiet.
Between each blast of blowing wind, there is calm.
Have you heard that silence?

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Remember the Rain

Resurrections are daily occurences that come in all shapes and sizes when we open our eyes and hearts to notice them. Here’s a resurrection story along with a spiritual practice.  May you notice and name the resurrections in your life as you awaken to Easter Wholeness—the gift of your human and divine Being embraced as One with the gift of unconditional love.

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I’m Already Here

“You are in a perpetual union with the Divine at all times. Your connection with the Source can never be lost, broken, or taken away. The illusion of being separate from the Source / Divine is a human misconception. Part of our purpose is to remember that this union is part of our truth.”

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What “Holy Tension” Desires to Teach Us

When we hold the subtle both/ands of life’s Holy Tensions and bring them to God, we create inner space in our hearts and minds to let in Divine Light. And, mysteriously, if we listen deeply and tend to our souls, the wisdom of paradox emerges.

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Let’s Find Flow!

If you’d like more inner peace, balance, and wholeness—want to Find Flow—the first step is to  take the Spiritual Gifts Inventory. It’s as simple as answering sixty questions so you can find out what makes you come alive.