Tag Archives: spirituality

What 2017 has taught me.

I feel like a victim again.   I was doing pretty well emotionally until this year.  Since I left my ex in 2014 and started blogging, slowly I began to feel freer and lighter emotionally.   I felt like I was finally … Continue reading

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I’m having doubts about Christianity.

I feel like my soul is lost in a snowstorm, and it’s because of the political situation. The religious right is causing good people to leave their churches, or even Christianity altogether.    This is because so many churches, especially … Continue reading

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The ultimate dissociative experience.

Originally posted on Lucky Otters Haven:
Death isn’t something I like to think about, much less write about.  In fact, it’s my biggest fear (outside of the death of one of my children).  Oh, I know all the pat arguments…

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What if the far-right God is the true God?

I’ve been thinking a lot about the nature of God lately.  The insidious rise of Christian fascism in this country is forcing me to do so. The radical religious right’s beliefs about God — punishing, angry, and intolerant — are … Continue reading

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God among us.

God is everywhere, but sometimes it seems like he’s nowhere in the universe when we’re depressed or in emotional or physical pain. You don’t have to go to church or read the Bible to find God.    God doesn’t live … Continue reading

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Thanks to Neurofeedback, I’m not just getting older, I’m getting happier and healthier!

Originally posted on A Blog About Healing From PTSD:
The lyrics to an old Beatles song have been dancing around in my head lately: – – – When I get older losing my hair Many years from now Will you…

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Better than a Klonopin.

 VS.   It’s the 4th week of Advent, the preliminary weeks leading to Christmas that are recognized by the Catholic Church (and also, I believe, all liturgical or “high churches” like the Episcopalian, Lutheran, and Orthodox churches).   In the … Continue reading

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Who am I…where am I going?

This afternoon I laid down and meditated for awhile on God’s purpose for my life, and where he is leading me. God has a purpose for everyone.  We’re at our happiest when we submit to his will and not to … Continue reading

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Checking in.

The place where I am staying for the HeartSync training seminar (The Aqueduct in Chapel Hill, NC) is very beautiful, but I also get a very bad Internet connection so it’s extremely slow and I also can’t get the pictures … Continue reading

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The Inheritance (with message by Graham Cooke)

This video was just sent to me, and I am BLOWN AWAY. The singer is Jonathan Helser.

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