This blog contains reflections from my journal. I am always interested in where others are in their lives in these matters of the soul, so if you are moved to share, please do so. Simply go to the Contact page, or leave a comment at the end of any of my entries. Meanwhile, blessings on your journey.
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Gary, stop clinging to a pseudo “faith,” which is no faith at all but a set of beliefs your ego or intellect thinks it needs to hold on to to be safe in the world.
What is Christianity? What does being a Christian mean? Perhaps more specifically, how does the Christianity I was taught in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod differ from the teachings in Pathwork to which I am so drawn?
For me these writings bring up feelings of profound loneliness, isolation, fear, sadness, awe, wonder, Mystery, joy, and curiosity, to name a few. I let these waves roll over me. Waves of Life.
Gary: My “nice guy” mask was off and you were witnessing lower-self energies of rage and hatred in the field between us. Pat: It was chilling! You were laughing and had a smile on your face, sinister in a way. It was gripping.
Memorable moments have become a way of life, or, rather, increasingly are my life! Let me give some examples of these experiences…
This ubiquitous disharmony in me was great to see – as well as to see how I live in denial about my feelings of disharmony with many folks in our helper community and elsewhere.
I am feeling guided and met in my Jesus Christ exploration. The journey over the past few weeks has been truly amazing. My heart is on fire and expanded. A true breakthrough in my relationship with Jesus Christ is emerging.
“Where are you in your leadership in Mid-Atlantic Pathwork (MAP).” Seemed like an innocuous question but the question took me immediately to a place where I recognized that I did not see myself as a leader in MAP!
… My prayer is that I can stop battling against my battling against my relationship with Jesus Christ. Helper Brian: Beautiful. I welcome you Gary and all that you carry in this beautiful question, this beautiful inquiry. And I pray to create a safe place with you in which you can go anywhere, say anything, feel anything in regards to this beautiful question and wherever it takes us.
How can I deal better with my fear in manifesting what I feel Called to do?