Our subjectivity is our true home, our natural state, and our necessary place of refuge and renewal. It is the font of creativity, the stage for imagination, the drafting table for planning, and the ultimate heart of our fears and hopes, our sorrows and satisfactions. ~James Bugental
what is held back? what remains? what part of us holds the process of wonder- while simply allowing it to flow, alighting nowhere?
All our journeys begin as human journeys. It is only later that they become consciously spiritual. It is a central truth that God became part of the human family. That is always where God is to be found. ~Anthony Padavano
Spirit flows through our hands like a current through a stream. It is life-giving, light-filled power that pours out of us in our purest moments of love and compassion. And yet we hold back. We hold back tenderness, we hold back our power, we doubt our own ability to work miracles though Jesus himself said, “Any of the works I have done, you can do and more.” It is our history that is holding us back- old voices, old ways- while today, this hour, this moment calls to us, “Wake up now! Everything, everything is in your hands.” ~Jan Phillips