What is enlightenment really? Is it some kind of ultimate experience? In this post, I consider a different solution while imagining a story behind a Zen koan. What does an old woman’s journey up a mountain reveal?
Although the whole emotional spectrum is likely involved, John Sarno believes that the primary emotion responsible for chronic pain is unconscious rage. This post is about a time when I let my rage be conscious.
Working with emotional energy can be a real challenge, both in meditation and in daily life. We often suppress difficult emotions. In this post, I talk about facing emotion with the heart of a warrior.
How much control do we really have in life? In this post, I consider this question in reference to an affirmation I used during my cancer treatments. Did saying it really help me find my enthusiasm again?
This is a prayer of oneness referencing Colossians and the gospel of John. It is offered in the realization that we are all already one in Christ, no matter what affiliations we hold. Oneness isn’t about sameness. It’s about unity.
Although Centering Prayer and Mindfulness Meditation are two very different practices, in this post, Kimberly talks about one thing both practices share in common – the “oops” reflex. She explains what that is and why it is so important.
The journey in Christ is all about transformation. At least five stages of transformation are outlined in the New Testament. If we follow the way indicated, we should experience changes in direction, self-worth, identity, power, and perception.