Cynthia reminds us of the tools we have to awaken our hearts, the task to which we were born: “…only with awakened hearts are we actually able to fulfill our purpose within the cosmos and take our place in that great dance of divine manifestation”
We invite you into this contemplation on the Easter scene, provided by long-time practitioner of the Christian Wisdom path, Brian Mitchell. Cynthia describes Brian’s reflection as “….absolutely brilliant, the profound […]
In this very heartening account, Cynthia Bourgeault shares her personal experience having presented her teaching on “radical kenosis” at the annual meeting of the Episcopal House of Bishops in March […]
It’s extraordinary, but of course not surprising, how utterly relevant and pertinent these two chapters are, incidentally, written before the emergence of the first iPhone. It is also no coincidence that these chapters are preceded by the chapter on the three centers of knowing.
Awhile back one of my teachers Deborah Rose Longo lead J.G. Bennett’s version of the seated Gurdjieff Exercise “Lord Have Mercy.” This version of the exercise was called “Gospodi Pomiluj” which is “Lord Have Mercy” in Russian.
When I look at the mountain sides covered in these majestic saguaro, I recognize that they stand as a large community revealing what it looks like to stand as they do with strength, stability, resilience, sturdiness, and dignity.