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Take back your power and restore wholeness with Ho’oponopono

“Hoʻoponopono cuts the negative cords that bind us to our past and energetically releases us from all wrongdoings, giving us a new sense of freedom to live our lives in a state of reverence for one another and for all of life, essentially reawakening the Divine Goddess within.” Kahu Lāhela Johnson Friends, soul writers, and…

The miracle of Ho’oponopono returns in our time of pandemic

“Ho’oponopono is a spiritual-soul method of purification that cleanses us from fears and worries, destructive relationship patterns, and any religious dogmas and paradigms that oppose our personal and spiritual development.” Ho’oponopono, Ulrich E. Dupree Friends, soul writers, and lovers of prayer, Ho‛oponopono is a miracle prayer. My son—and I—are living proof. In last Sunday’s Notes from…

The strange gifts of quarantine, pilgrimage, and prayer

“What matters most on your journey is how deeply you see, how attentively you hear, how richly the encounters are felt in your heart and soul.” Phil Cousineau, The Art of Pilgrimage Friends, soul writers, and lovers of prayer, This has been a truly strange yet wildly magical week. Once upon a time, I had big…

Episode 28: Phil Cousineau

This conversation is a feast of history, meaning, and possibility. Just the food we need to transform quarantine to radical pilgrimage.

What makes an “original prayer” original?

“Creation has been left incomplete, and human beings, that is all of us, are needed by creation–and the Creator–to do the ongoing work of completing it.” Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, The Receiving Friends, soul writers, and lovers of prayer, What makes an original prayer, original? There’s a question I never expected to ponder. It’s not a question…

A personal message from Rabbi Tirzah Firestone

“In mystical terms, each of us is an entire world or garden unto ourselves. And just as there was a healing tree at the center of the Garden of Eden, so each of us has a healing tree at the center of our individual psyches.”  Rabbi Tirzah Firestone Fellow Carriers of the Original Starter, (keep…

What Kabbalah can tell us about the meaning of Covid-19

“It strikes me as ironic that the coronavirus was given the name COVID-19 by the World Health Organization. Strangely, COVID bears the same consonants as Cavod or Kavod, the ancient Hebrew word for glory, honor, or divine Presence.”  Rabbi Tirzah Firestone Fellow Pilgrims, And yes, I do believe we are all pilgrims now. In the past,…

4 mystical practices for our pilgrimage of transformation

“Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.”    Arundhati Roy Greetings companions on the radical pilgrim road, On this pilgrimage that we are sharing—this radical pilgrimage, this radical alchemical pilgrimage that asks nothing less of us but total transformation—we can, if we…

Episode 27: Estelle Frankel

Dropped deep into The Mystic, Estelle led us into wordless prayer, cries of the heart including howling, and the three octaves of unknowing.

the radical power of 16 leads the way on our pilgrimage

Note: (From Notes in the Field, published 4/12/2020) I think it’s not an accident that today is Easter, commemorating a sacred transformation of love from death to life. At the same time Passover is ending, honoring an incredibly difficult pilgrimage of an enslaved people walking in faith and trust toward freedom. And Ramadan is coming,…

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