A reflective ritual of letting go... Yesterday, Mark and I went to our favourite beach for a walk and also to recognise the ending of the calendar year and the start of the New Year. We've had some interesting (read disturbing, difficult and delightful) times this year but instead of sliding headlong into whatever comes … Continue reading Bonus New Year Resources
Become aware of what is in you. Announce it, pronounce it, produce it and give birth to it. ~ Meister Eckhart The Resources A lectio passage Just a short text for you to dwell with this week, which is actually a more normal size for chewing over and engaging with in the up close and personal … Continue reading joyful, joyful
And suddenly you know: It's time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings.MEISTER ECKHART The reading options As we move deeper into the themes of advent and reflect on what God may be bringing to birth within us and through us, the scripture for this week hints towards God's way being the path of … Continue reading Peace is the way
" We are all meant to be mothers of God. For God is always needing to be born" ~Meister Eckhart Letting the reading read you The text for this week is here . If you do not identify as male, you might find this version of Isaiah 42 helpful. I thought perhaps we would stay with the … Continue reading The way of hope
"What good is it for me if Mary gave birth to the Son of God 1400 years ago and I don't give birth to God's Son in my person and my culture and my times?" ~ Meister Eckhart As we seek to deepen our engagement with faith in the lead up to Christmas, I thought … Continue reading the first steps
Hello. Welcome! This is where I'll be posting resources and reflection prompts for the Advent pilot of the unusual book club. Over the course of four weeks, beginning in mid November, we'll be playfully exploring the first steps together toward a way of deepening engagement with the soul in life and faith. Since this is … Continue reading welcome!
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton