Meditation for the Active Mind

Join us during Lent: Meditation for the Active and Creative Mind Tuesdays 6:30 – 8:00 pm February 24 – March 31, 2015 Facilitated by Lauri Lumby 1103 School Ave.  Oshkosh, WI Fee: $150.00 Have you read or heard about all the benefits to meditation (decreased anxiety, lower stress, increasing wellbeing, increasing health, greater clarity of … Read moreMeditation for the Active Mind

Show Me the Way to Go Home

Through the metaphorical Adam, the human conditional was born, providing for us the (false) perception of separation and the sensation of having fallen from Grace. In birthing the human condition, we now know fear and suffering in contrast to the love and peace we knew “at home.”  Jesus (among other prophets) discovered the remedy to the … Read moreShow Me the Way to Go Home

The Lost Treasures of Christianity

Sunday morning for my meditation practice, I decided to journey around a specific question that I am currently discerning.  What came through the journey ended up being much more for the world than for myself specifically.  As such, I am sharing it here.  The message is about the lost treasures of Christianity and our invitation … Read moreThe Lost Treasures of Christianity

Recovering Catholics – Making Our Own Path

I find that in week four of the Virtual Church experiment, I have to say a few words about being Catholic (yes, I still call myself Catholic).  I share this for the sake of others like me who would like nothing more than to be a fully active member of the Catholic Church, serving, working … Read moreRecovering Catholics – Making Our Own Path

Walking the Talk

If you have been gifted with a vision of the New World and feel called to help bring the New World into fruition, this blog is for you.  I apologize ahead of time if my words seem a little harsh…..the time to sugarcoat the New World journey is over and it is time to speak … Read moreWalking the Talk

Our Heart’s Desire

Our Heart’s Desire Whether we admit it or not, each of us are in search of our heart’s desire – the quest of the Soul to fulfill its mission and to be the person God/dess made us to be.  Being the person God/dess made us to be leads us to a life that is fulfilling, … Read moreOur Heart’s Desire

From Darkness into the Light

The journey of birthing our Soul – the unique way we are creatively and spiritually gifted to find meaning, purpose, connection and fulfillment – involves a significant amount of shadow work.  Through shadow work, we are called to bring what is in the darkness into the light – our fears, unhealed wounds and all the … Read moreFrom Darkness into the Light

Spiritual Healing for our Addictions – Retreat Invitation

Dear Readers, I am writing to extend to you an invitation.  For the past 14 days, I have been engaged in a 30-day “in the world” spiritual healing retreat.  Through this self-imposed spiritual healing retreat, I am discovering profound insight and experiencing dramatic transformation while unraveling from a series of pesky compulsive behaviors (dare I say, … Read moreSpiritual Healing for our Addictions – Retreat Invitation

Listening to God – Guest Blogger Bill Tonnis

Today’s blog post comes from Bill Tonnis, musician, pastoral minister, hospital chaplain (in training) and contemplative.  Thank you Bill for pointing out the unexpected ways that God finds us and calls us to ourselves and to our purpose in this life.  See Bill’s bio below, but more importantly, check out Bill’s website for his music … Read moreListening to God – Guest Blogger Bill Tonnis

Just Sit! Guest Blogger Steve Makar

When gathering contributors for this series on mysticism and the contemplative life, I couldn’t NOT ask one of my dearest friends and trusted companions on the spiritual path.  Steve and I have journeyed together through the twists and turns of life including marriage, divorce, children (I am honored to be the godmother of his son), ministry and just … Read moreJust Sit! Guest Blogger Steve Makar

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