Category: Spiritual

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Soul Listening

We hear in workplaces and coffee shops across the country, “Hi, how are you?” “I’m fine.” These words are the most often repeated lie in the country. Our masks speak for us rather than our hearts. Now if just want someone to go away while you preserve your […]

Where Dreams and Reality Collide

Sometimes my dreams collide with reality in unexpected ways. I’ve had presentient dreams of unimportant things and life-changing things. I often dream of people who have passed away. Not right away, but a few months after their death, people visit me in a dream to tell me that […]

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Aspens Teach Us Oneness

I’ve been thinking of oneness — the concept that all living creatures are just different facets of the same jewel or just different parts of the same organism. This is a concept that many resist because we don’t want to think that we’re the same as our enemies, […]

Sera Beak, Red Hot & Holy, bookcover

Red Hot & Holy

This book was an unusual read for me, focusing on the divine feminine. I struggle with this aspect of myself, as a vocal part of my head tells me that it is the masculine energy (think traditional job) that pays the rent, gets “ahead” in the world, and […]

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Seeking the Mystery

Do you ever wonder if animals believe in God? Do they connect with the divine? Do they see angels? I wonder about this, as I suspect that in some ways they are very connected to the Creator. After all, they practice non-judgment – so hard for humans — […]

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Sehnsucht

The Sehnsucht ebbs and flows in my life. It is flowing more than ebbing right now, and I feel it’s in a bit of a whirlpool with no exit. It’s rather unsatisfying. Sehnsucht is a German word with no English equivalent that denotes a deep, passionate longing for […]

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Let Us Begin Again in Love

I was not raised in the Jewish tradition, but I can appreciate wisdom and soul-nourishing activities in all spiritual traditions. I’m re-blogging this from The Daily Muse. What a beautiful thought — one that I hope we can all embrace. In honor of Yom Kippur and with love […]