Posts Tagged ‘Coronavirus’
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…Read More
Can a pandemic be a pilgrimage?
Greetings precious friends from my home to yours, Everything has changed, hasn’t it? In a blink. How many days has it been since your world was completely upended? Here in the United States, the governors of most states, including my own, are still unwilling to acknowledge the public health reality that we simply must separate…Read More
The Doctor Is In–a special event with Dr Christine Page
If you’ve been reading these Notes from the Field for a while, you know that Sophia, the name of the divine feminine for me, is not an idea. She is real. She is alive. She is present. And She is in constant communication. And not just with me. She longs for every one of us…Read More