January 15, 2019

The foundation of most self- misperception is the notion of “me.” There’s a reason that the first two letters of the word, “memory” spell “me”, because the essence of the sense of self is the archive that attracts all new experiences to the flypaper of past memories. Read more

January 8, 2019

We start each year with the same excitement, re-boot our resolutions and tell ourselves that this is THE YEAR, when we’ll “get it right.” Yet, as each year comes to an end, I wonder, if perhaps what I really need is to add a healthy dose of humility and surrender to my resolutions. Read more

January 1, 2019

The human journey, I believe, is an unfolding drama that begins in innocence which, in the early teenage years, morphs either into naïveté or idealism. Later on, in our 40’s perhaps, idealism bifurcates again, either into greed and cynicism or compassion and wisdom. What factors influence the path we choose? Read more

December 18, 2018

Noah’s Ark – aka Planet Earth – has, once again, been fatally wounded; its ability to safely and lovingly carry its precious cargo of life has been seriously compromised. This time, however, it is not the Elohim (the “Lofty Ones”) who have created the flood. Read more

December 11, 2018

Even though I had known about reincarnation, from Hinduism and Buddhism, from Celtic and other mythologies, and had lived among the Kalenjin peoples of East Africa for 14 years, who believed the ancestors were reborn within the family, I regarded all of these as interesting but unscientific and, therefore, unfounded. Read more

December 4, 2018

Advent prepares us for the birth of Christ at Christmas. The Catholic liturgical calendar describes Advent in these words: “While remembering His first coming, we also look forward to the return of our Savior.” But, isn’t Jesus present in our hearts at all times, through prayer and especially during the Consecration? Read more

November 27, 2018

St. Gregory of Palamas, a Christian mystic of the Byzantine era, would sit in his monk cell atop Mount Athos, Greece, with his “heart” in his navel, silently praying to Jesus Christ. And God’s uncreated light and energies were revealed to him as the light that shone on Mount Tabor at the Transfiguration of Christ. Read more

November 20, 2018

November is dedicated to remembering those on the other side of the veil. As a Celt and a catholic priest, I do not believe in an afterlife; not because I don’t believe that the soul survives death; I do; but because there is no after, there is only one life – one single life – which is the energy that emanates from Source. Read more

November 13, 2018

The entire purpose of life in Jesus’ teaching, in Buddhism and in Hinduism, is to come fully awake to who we really are and why we incarnated, in order to help shift the psyche of the planet into Christ Consciousness. Alas, the vast bulk of us are asleep at the wheel. Read more

November 7, 2018

Jesus’ mission was to preach ‘good news’ and to heal sickness. Through his teachings and actions, he demonstrated the fact that ‘good news’ must continue to evolve in order to be ‘good’ and ‘new’ in all eras. He wasn’t giving us a new law, he was advocating a new mindset – a ‘Christ Consciousness’ mindset. Read more

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