The Year of the Body: Week 8 in which deep soul writing meets deep body writing and falls head over heels in love  Friends, soul writers, lovers of prayer, When people hear my name, their first thought is: oh, yes, that woman who wrote a book on soul writing. And that is me. I did write Writing…

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The Year of the Body: Week 5 in which we laugh again, sleep again, and discover the last thing the Dead want is to RIP Friends, soul writers, lovers of prayer, What is it with January? Typically, January is presented as little more than a commercial moment in which to purchase new diets and exercise…

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The Year of the Body: Week 4 in which our bodies exhale, our hearts celebrate, and our prayers resuscitate the dead   Friends, soul writers, lovers of prayer, And we thought 2020 was intense. Ha! In just three Wednesdays, we’ve reeled from watching a live insurrection on TV, to applauding the second impeachment of a…

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As we enter week 3 in 2021, the year of the body, we can’t help but wonder what will happen now? None of us knows for sure; we’re all holding our breath. You may not be conscious of it, but you probably haven’t taken a long sweet cleansing breath since you saw a crazed right-wing mob…

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Well, this has been quite the wild week, hasn’t it! How much misery and mystery can one week hold? In the Misery department: The US government admitted that the parents of 545 immigrant children can’t be found. And anyone with a heart cried. A judge who is the diametric opposite of everything Ruth Bader Ginsburg…

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The rosary has a problem. A big problem. It’s the number one issue holding people back from picking up a rosary and trying it on for size. The problem is the opening prayer. You might know it as the “Our Father” or “The Lord’s Prayer.” If you were raised in any Christian church, it’s imprinted permanently…

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Mystical awareness comes in pieces. In the moment, you might think you understand what is happening, but in truth, you don’t. It may take years for an experience to unfold sufficiently for you to see the depth and breadth of what happened then, and is happening still. That’s why I track important dates. Year after…

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