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Messages from Invisible Reality: Watch for Your 2019 Elul Experience

Pay attention to your 2019 Elul experience starting Sunday Sept 1 - Sunday, Sept. 29   Read more »

Succoth - Connecting to our Ancestors

After Yom Kippur, Jews celebrate the holiday of Succoth, marking the festival of the autumnal harvest. During the holiday, Jews are instructed to live or dwell as much as possible in a make-shift booth (or sukkah) that is covered with a roof of foliage that provides shade from the sun during the day but permits one to see the light of the large stars at night. This “glamping” celebration of sorts reconnects us viscerally to the original nomadic spirituality of the monotheistic tradition. In fact, the word “Hebrew” means passing through -- coming from somewhere else.  Read more »

Watch for Your 2019 Elul Experience: Messages from Invisible Reality - Sunday Sept. 1 thru Sunday Sept. 29

The month of Elul preceeds the Hebraic New Year of Rosh Hashanah. In the mystical tradition, Elul is the month that God is in the garden, or God is drawing near. Read more »

Rosh Hashanah - The Trumpet's Call of the Jewish New Year

The trumpets are blowing summoning all souls to come back to their holiness. For some, holiness is natural to their being honest, truthful, genuine and pure of heart.  For others, it is a reminder to return to the side of their nature that they have forgotten being lured by the seductions of money, wealth and greed.   Read more »

Easter: From Death to Life

An important message of Easter, the return of the dead soul to life, bears the message that death can be overcome.  This event is called “resurrection.” This was not a unique phenomenon of the Abrahamic tradition, but found in many ancient cultures.  In modern life, we see this possibility nearing through technological-biological means.

Here is an exercise to live the depth of this Death to Life possibility.  Read more »

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