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May – week 3: The fullness of joy!

One of my favorite mystics is Julian of Norwich (England) who lived from 1343 to 1416. Although voluntarily confined to a small, cell-like room called an “anchorage” in the courtyard of the church from which she took her name, she … Continue reading

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May week 2 – Water and Oneing – Natural Meditations

The water’s edge is one of my favorite places for both image-making and contemplation. The gentle sounds of the water as the tide recedes, and with it, the revelation of otherwise submerged life work together as a natural guided meditation. … Continue reading

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March Week 3 – A Mystical Moment on the Mustard Path

Myth says the mustard was planted by California missionaries as they walked from mission to mission  dropping mustard seeds. They knew that, on the next years’ journey when the path was overgrown with grass and vegetation, the yellow of the … Continue reading

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