In this quote from The Chasm of Fire, Irina Tweedie explores the nature of love and how her understanding of it changed over time. But then she realises the consequences of the truth of that love: ’What is this stillness? Could it really be peace? Isn’t love the most peaceless state? I don’t remember having… Continue reading The Love that is Always Present
Last time we looked at the importance of taking responsibility based on Susan Jeffers’ Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway. I’m sharing my notes on the book to help in my quest to dredge the fears from my unconscious. Thanks to Pluto and Saturn transiting my 12th house, all sorts of stuff has been… Continue reading Feel the Fear: Making a Whole Life Chart
As someone who spends a lot of time alone, I know how easy it is to get sucked into a whirlpool of my own bullshit in my head. But the silence of solitude is the only way to get clear guidance on how to release yourself from that bullshit. In this quote from Journey into… Continue reading On the Difficulties and Benefits of Isolation
This is one of my favourite Alan Watts talks – an inspiring and uplifting reminder of the truth at the beginning of what could be a challenging few years. If you look around and don’t like what you see, then remember that YOU are responsible for changing things. And that means changing yourself – bringing… Continue reading It Starts Now!
This is a quote from Chasm of Fire by Irina Tweedie where she explains the reality of the mystic path and the return to God. In truth, you never left and as she says, every thought, every act, every word, is His. If you’re on this path then be careful what you wish for –… Continue reading The Glory and the Terror of belonging to God…
This is a quote from Chasm of Fire by Irina Tweedie where she talks about how the mind can suddenly shift into clarity. One thought can act as a trigger that opens the mind and your whole being is changed – transported into a perception of Reality: “He went inside and I remained alone in… Continue reading A belief which is taken up can be given up…
This extract from Revelations of Divine Love is chapter 27 from the thirteenth revelation. Here Julian discusses the idea that sin is necessary and that the pain it causes helps us to come closer to God. She doesn’t explain here what sin is, only that it’s okay because Jesus suffered for us (which as a… Continue reading Julian of Norwich: All shall be well