Inner-Pilgrimage, Day 14: Trust and Mystery

A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 14: Trust and Mystery I think our relationship to mystery can tell us a lot about our relationship to our Soul, Life, God – about our trust in the Divine and the divine in us. Today I wanted to share a line from David Whyte that never fails to inspire me to let …

Day 13: Trust AND Leap

A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 13: Trust AND Leap I said yesterday that the theme for this week is “Trust” and so I am including my most recent newsletter article (for those of you not on my mailing list) because it is very much aligned with Trust. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this, but Trust without …

Inner-Pilgrimage, Day 12: Breathe in Trust, Embody Love

A rising full moon this evening.  So much more big and beautiful than this picture shows – wish you were here to see it yourselves!  Someday I will do these kind of Inner-Pilgrimages in person and then maybe some of you will be able to be right there, watching the sunset and moon rise with me. A Lenten Pilgrimage, A …

Day 11: The Great, Big Quiet

A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 11: The Great, Big Quiet We’re currently visiting my husband’s family in Nebraska.  They live several miles from town and one of the things I always enjoy when we are here is taking as many long walks as I can while here to steep in the openness and what I call “The Great, Big …

Inner Pilgrimage Day 10: Be a Friend of Silence

A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 10: Be a Friend of Silence I have a video to share with you on this topic but am having technical difficulties.  In the meantime, while I figure out the video, I wanted to share the quote I had planned to accompany it. “We need to find God, and he cannot be found …

Inner Pilgrimage, Day 6: Wild at Heart

    A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 6: Wild at Heart In yesterday’s post, I shared the quote from Meister Eckhart: “Nothing in the world so closely resembles God as silence.” I do believe that. But dancing has got to be a close second. And it doesn’t have to be dancing for you, but anything that strips off …

An Inner-giving up

A Lenten Pilgrimage, A Devotional Practice Day 2: Sacrifice “[an] inner definition of sacrifice — giving up… what no longer works in order to stay close to what is sacred.”  -Mark Nepo (The Book of Awakening) Thank you for joining me for the second day of this journey.  If you’ve just landed on my blog for the first time and would like to know more …