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Racine, WI 53405

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Sacred Journeys Blog

Time to Stop

08 Jan, 2024

In the introduction to Eckart Tolle’s book, “Stillness,” he writes that true spiritual teachers help us to “remember” what we already know. Having said that, I’m not telling you anything today that you (or I) don’t already know. We know we need...

Love & Wholeness

18 Dec, 2023

Have you ever experienced a white-out? Where it’s snowing and blowing so hard that you can’t see anything around you? I remember once, when I was young and skiing in Colorado, a blizzard whipped up while I was on the ski lift and I couldn’t see...

Wholeness of Darkness & Light

11 Dec, 2023

I believe that wholeness is something that we all yearn for yet find difficult to explain. We yearn to feel complete as opposed to broken. We yearn to feel fullness within instead of emptiness within. We yearn to feel peace instead of worry and...

Hoping for Wholeness

04 Dec, 2023

Wholeness – the feeling of being undivided, the feeling of balance, peace and harmony, the feeling of completeness and integrity. I believe that this month, the journey of Advent, is the perfect time to talk about this because remembering the...

All Earth is Waiting for Wholeness

27 Nov, 2023

Since our Advent theme is Wholeness this year, let’s begin by defining wholeness. Wholeness for our purposes is about becoming fully ourselves without diminishing another. It is about living into our own sacredness, our own authenticity. When...

The Feast is Prepared

20 Nov, 2023

(This continues our conversation about Curiosity, in this case, curiosity about others.) Jesus sincerely messed with the status quo. Didn’t he know that there were people you talked to and people you didn’t? Didn’t he know that you associated...

Curiosity About Ourselves

13 Nov, 2023

“I don’t understand what I do – for I don’t do the things I want to do, but rather the things I hate.” ~ Romans 7:15 Have you ever felt this way? Can you think of a time you did something the really didn't want to do? Perhaps you weren't as...

Curiosity as a Spiritual Practice

06 Nov, 2023

In his book entitled Curious , Ian Leslie writes, "Curiosity is vulnerable to benign neglect. As we grow older, we tend to become less active explorers of our mental environment, relying on what we’ve learned so far to see us through the rest...

The Art of Re-membering

23 Oct, 2023

Mark 14:1-9 is the story of the woman with the alabaster who pours expensive perfume over Jesus' head. There are many important messages to hear from this passage; however, the very last line is the one that is important for today, “The truth...

The Courage to be Vulnerable

16 Oct, 2023

No one likes feeling vulnerable. Brene’ Brown, author of Daring Greatly, said she can’t tell you how many people have said to her, “I don’t do vulnerability,” usually followed by a professional or gender qualifier. “I’m an engineer – we hate...