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Rise up! 

Resurrection is also about going past the limiting beliefs we have about ourselves and situations. It is about possibility- of new life emerging in the most dire of circumstances. Once we purposely choose to be open resurrection rather than the circumstance or person that has crucified us, we change subconsciously and consciously. Continue reading

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Empire of Dirt

The story of Easter for a non Christian is still relevant on an energetic level. (Yup. I’m going there). Continue reading

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The death of Good Friday.

Crossing over Jordan, joined the choir divine, passed on, finally at peace, resting eternally, depart this life, sent to glory. They are all cultural euphemisms to explain the one thing every human has in common: death. And death, dead and dying are all words we try to avoid in every day conversations so as to not upset someone to protect their feelings. This is all done in love, but it is robbing our world of so much. Continue reading

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I’m Giving Up Something for Lent: it is giving up giving up something.

Taking something up for Lent also means giving something up for Lent! If you are reflecting on Lent and want to have a Lenten practice of giving something up or taking something up, here is a little guide to get you started. Continue reading

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