Today, Kelly Boyer Sagert continues our series on maintaining presence during this election cycle with this passionate reminder to take walks, get our feet in the soil, and take heart about what we truly value.
Contemplative Light is thrilled to announce that Guy Finley will be writing for our journal. A bestselling author, Guy’s encouraging and accessible message is one of the true bright lights in our world today. In this article, he explains how to let go and awaken to a whole new you.
Terri Knuth continues our series on staying grounded, open, compassionate and caring during this election season. She considers how the left and right wing both belong to the same bird in this important discussion about listening to others with opposing views.
Tim Moon continues his series on the mysticism of Paul with the suggestion that Paul had a near death experience, which described as being caught up into the third heaven in his second letter to the Corinthians.
With an important election coming up in the United States, our writers have offered to share some thoughts about how to stay grounded, open, compassionate and caring in the midst of all the political debates. Roger Butts kicks things off with these five things to consider.
In this moving piece, Keren Dibbens-Wyatt shares her story about facing myalgic encephalomyelitis, a neurological illness which damages one’s ability to produce energy. She explains how she found peace through the practice of daily contemplation and eventually accepted her commission to become a writer.
Terri Knuth is back with another great article on conscious parenting. This time she talks about learning to follow our inner guidance rather than always falling back on parenting techniques and protocols provided by so-called experts. As always, it’s a lesson that applies to many areas of life. Can we trust the Divine to guide us?
Contemplative Light is super pleased to introduce a new writer today, Terri Knuth, who brings a whole new topic to our journal. And what an important topic it is. Terri writes about conscious parenting. Yet, while her writing is parenting specific, it contains great wisdom for us all. Please enjoy her first post: The Best of the Best.
Contemplative Light is so pleased to introduce Reese LeBlanc. Reese holds a Master of Theological Studies from Lipscomb University and is currently pursuing a Master of Theology at Vanderbilt Divinity School. In this first post, he shares a deeply personal piece about keeping Maundy Thursday Vigil and all that this experience revealed.