Archive | April, 2012

Generating Wisdom & Possibilities

In this post: Thoughts on wisdom-seeking. What are your wisdom seeking questions about your life in relationships. An audio on four essential elements of intimacy. In my life of conversations, I am always sensitive to the surprise or the gift of wisdom — the moment when I am responding to a question (one that pops […]

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Design, Structure, Questions, Intimacy

I’ve spent the last week redesigning the Inner Spring program on Intimacy. I’m so excited by this program because it makes sense of many of the mysteries of relationship. It succeeds by providing a well-designed process and offering a number of structures or frameworks, that actually help you to recognize, organize, evaluate and evolve your […]

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Darkest Dawn — Easter Sunday Questions

Today is Easter Sunday, 2012. We celebrate the Resurrection today. I’d love to just jump to feelings of Hallelujah and images of the Risen Christ, but the day begins with Mary Magdalen visiting the tomb to be with the corpse. So let us find our Easter questions in this gesture. Mary Magdalen was at the […]

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Entombment — Holy Saturday

From the darkest night to the darkest day to what? No scripture describes the experience of Holy Saturday so what do we do with this Easter emptiness? There is almost no reference to this day in the Bible, so we must really imagine strongly. In Easter Mystery of entombment we are asked not to imagine […]

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False Witness — Good Friday

As I work into Inner Easter, I realize what a watered-down, idealized and dramatized, Inner Hollywood, Inner Easter Basket, token and cloudy relationship I’ve had to every aspect of the Easter Mystery. Over twenty years ago I found my way to the wisdom shared by Rudolf Steiner on the evolution of consciousness. When Easter is […]

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Inner Easter

Is it Universal? Beyond Christianity? How does Easter live in your heart each year? What is its meaning for you? How do you celebrate this holy time and holy story? I ask this question of all my readers, whether you are Christian or not. The Inner Year looks to the Christian Year (not the Christian […]

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