Life Transformation is an Embodied Experience

The class I took this fall semester for my Doctoral studies is called, “Your brain on God.”  During the semester, we read about how meditation deepens our spiritual connection to ourselves, others and The Divine.  We also read about how neuroscience is studying meditation.  It is fascinating to think about what spiritual experiences look like … Continue reading Life Transformation is an Embodied Experience

Living Abundantly in the land of Scarcity

"Abundance is not something we acquire.  It is something we tune into."  Wayne Dyer My word for 2019 is ABUNDANCE.  I like the definition of abundance that says, “overflowing fullness.”  The psalmist writes, “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies.  You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows.  Surely … Continue reading Living Abundantly in the land of Scarcity

Faithful following is not Anti- Religious

My prayer for Christians everywhere today is that you feel the freedom and power to turn the sermon into a conversation. Let the words your minister speaks pass through three gates: head (experience of life and knowledge), the heart (feelings), and the gut (instincts). Write down the ideas that are spoken that affirm the Good … Continue reading Faithful following is not Anti- Religious

Friends, Family, Faith & Politics

Recently, a friend approached me wanting to have a difficult conversation. She stated her intention in the invitation: a video on Facebook created by religious leaders bothered her and she hoped we could talk about our different political views. She and I recently spent time together in a study I created called “Root to Bloom: … Continue reading Friends, Family, Faith & Politics