Tag Archives: Supernatural

Ladders to God?

 Painting by William Blake in the British Museum, London, England  Jacob’s Ladder from Genesis 28: 10-19 describes a dream of the prophet Jacob who sees angels ascending and descending from heaven to earth and is told God will always be … Continue reading

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Meme The Blue Caravan

      In the “Next Big Thing” blogging meme, an author answers ten set interview questions and then tags five more people to do the same. Here’s my contribution.  1. What is the working title of your next book? The … Continue reading

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Echoes or Roars?

image from: productionadviceco.com Last night in my readings I came across an echo of one book in the next one I opened. I am reading Zen Mind, Beginner’s Mind, and though I often don’t understand the Zen concepts, the wisdom … Continue reading

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Miracles of Healing: Blog 1 Early Beliefs

  This is a photo of Camden Cottage (photo credit: http://forum.sydenham.org.uk/viewtopic.php?t=1342), the house in Sydenham where I was raised.  I remember it well and the many times I hiked up the stony road which was the nickname for Round Hill, … Continue reading

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Books for Sale

    Christina St. Clair, award winning author, former shop-girl, chemist, and pastor, is currently a spiritual director, Reiki Master (don’t read too much into the title master!), wife, animal lover, and writer. She says, “Boring life? Let’s not do … Continue reading

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Wisdom of Julian of Norwich

As I continue my reading of Revelations of Love by Julian of Norwich, I continue to learn from this amazing fourteenth century mystic. This woman is only thirty years old, sure she is going to die, and so are those … Continue reading

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Ten Yen True

  Ten Yen True: of Monks and Mystery Years ago a friend told me that any time you find a penny it means an angel is nearby to help. At the time, we were stuck a hundred miles away from … Continue reading

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Seekers, Buddha, and Church

As I continue with my reading of Pure Land Buddhism, I am impressed with Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings on recollection. He says, as I understand it, that when one meditates on Amida Buddha, the Buddha of compassion, it is important … Continue reading

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Supernatural or Psychological?

http://www.meg-moir.com/2010/11/a-reminder-for-myself/sunrise/ Have you ever wondered what gave the Biblical Saul of Tarsus, the man who becomes St. Paul of the Bible, the evangelist, credibility? The man was awesome and quite the personality, a highly educated, multi-lingual Jew who was also … Continue reading

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Moon

moon image: http://www.godchecker.com/pantheon/native_american-mythology.php?deity=PAH In the creation story of the Pawnee people four major stars were said to represent gods. Pah was a Pawnee lunar deity and was male. His consort was Shakaru, a sun goddess. Together they produced a son, but the … Continue reading

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