Living on Holy Ground

So, when we begin to realize that God lives in through and as us and that everywhere we stand is holy ground, what happens next?  To put it simply things begin to change. We begin to see all goodness, all Godness that surrounds us.  We see the divine in the places, situations and people weContinue reading “Living on Holy Ground”

It’s not how well you know the book..

“No matter what your sacred or religious book is, it’s not how well you know the book, it’s how well you’re in alignment with the author.”  ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience Let’s get real here.  Walking a spiritual path is not for the faint of heart.  If you care aboutContinue reading “It’s not how well you know the book..”

The Right Place

“Each place is the right place–the place where I now am can be a sacred space. ”  ― Ravi Ravindra, The Wisdom of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras: A New Translation and Guide by Ravi Ravindra   Let’s Talk About It We are talking about Easter inThe Espirational Community on Facebook.  Is there more to Easter than what manyContinue reading “The Right Place”

Reminders that all is holy

“It is well to have specifically holy places, and things, and days, for, without these focal points or reminders, the belief that all is holy and ‘big with God’ will soon dwindle into a mere sentiment. But if these holy places, things, and days cease to remind us, if they obliterate our awareness that allContinue reading “Reminders that all is holy”

We Walked Barefoot on Holy Ground

“For that moment, at least, all our doors and windows were wide open; we were not carefully shutting out God’s purifying light, in order to feel safe and secure; we were bathed in the same light that burned and yet did not consume the bush. We walked barefoot on holy ground.” — Madeleine L’Engle  Continue reading “We Walked Barefoot on Holy Ground”

God Hallows the Ordinary

  “For Christians, every place they walk is, in a sense, holy ground.  We lose sight of the preciousness of our daily steps, that God hallows the ordinary that’s committed to Him.  Tourist who have visited Israel and have seen the places where Jesus walked often experience a sense of awe at being where Jesus was when HeContinue reading “God Hallows the Ordinary”

This Way is the Life of the Spirit

“Jesus said – long before his followers had established churches and a priesthood – ‘I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.’ This Way is the life of the Spirit.  To follow it entails no necessity for  places (all places are holy ground), no priesthood, since every man becomes a priest unto God.” — Esme Wynne-TysonContinue reading “This Way is the Life of the Spirit”

The Opportunity to Serve as an Agent of God

“God knows the needs of his children, and he often works through us, prompting us to help one another. When we act on such promptings, we tread on holy ground, for we are allowed the opportunity to serve as an agent of God in answering a prayer.” — Kathleen H. Hughes     We areContinue reading “The Opportunity to Serve as an Agent of God”

One Little piece of Holy Ground to the next

“Seymour once said that all we do our whole lives is go from one little piece of Holy Ground to the next. Is he ever wrong?”  — J. D. Salinger     We are talking about Holy Ground this month in The Espirational Community on Facebook.  Please consider this your invitation to join our community andContinue reading “One Little piece of Holy Ground to the next”

We Stand Before a Burning Bush…

“We stand before a burning bush whenever other human beings share with us something of their relationship with God or something of the movements of their hearts.  In such moments may we always realize that we stand on holy ground.” — Margaret Silf     We are talking about Holy Ground this month in The EspirationalContinue reading “We Stand Before a Burning Bush…”