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A Pathway of Light

Pathway of Light

Oft-repeated things may also be the soonest forgotten, obscured by familiarity while our attention wanders elsewhere. Thus the magical process of conveying meaning and significance can be short-circuited when we speak automatically, detached from a deep and living engagement in the flow from the subtle world of inspiration into the world of its expression. Yet every word has the potential …

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The Love That Dissolves All Barriers

Love Dissolves All Barriers

While the recent tragedy in Manchester brings yet more shock and grief into the world, what comes most powerfully to the fore is the unifying outpouring of heart-response – from the homeless man donating blood as the one thing he had to offer, to the groups gathering in solidarity no matter each one’s religion, racial background, political ideology or social …

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The Tenderness Revolution

Tenderness Revolution

The deepest truths are often found in the simplest things when we look into the heart that enlivens their outer form. Appearances really can be deceptive – like fake news – unless we stretch our view beyond the surface and beyond the “twitter” moment. This more subtle and penetrating sense of things is illustrated in the movie, The Hobbit – …

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Winds of Change

winds of change

Like sunlight sparkling across a vast ocean, the great sea of human consciousness is twinkling with realisations as though constantly sparked by a surging current. The best and the worst are rising to the surface and into the forefront of our awareness and focussed attention; and their juxtaposition is revealing more about what is good, true and beautiful. Although reported …

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Only from the Heart can you Touch the Sky

Touch the sky

In the turbulent times now sweeping through our world the retrogressive forces can be clearly seen in the most prominent embodiments – so clear that all those with true sight must see them and, by contrast and in sharp relief, see therefore all that is good, true and beautiful in the human heart. The vision of human harmony, care and …

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The Fire of Love

Fiery Lotus

Here in the Southern Hemisphere the season of Spring is now in full sway. Plants are greening and blooming, the seasonal winds are freshening the air and people are opening their doors like flowers unfolding to the warmth of the Sun. What inspiration and joy the plant kingdom brings as, perhaps more than any other kingdom in nature, it demonstrates …

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Radiant Sun-Heart – Dew-Drops of Prana

Dew-Drops of Prana

When a child is born into the world – into its new home – it is ready, or pre-intentioned, to love and be loved. The natural world is sustained and has continuity through the inherent power of the loving bond which inspires both mother and child. For the child, love is the force which builds the structures of its worldly …

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The Tower Beyond Tragedy

Tower Beyond Tragedy

The Christmas Season approaches as a timely reminder of the great inflow of divine energies embodied in the Christ, of the divine within each and every one, and of the soul in all things and in all kingdoms in nature. Christmas stories abound with the significance of the plant kingdom, of the animal and human kingdoms, and of the angelic …

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Restoring Balance Through the Human Heart

Balance

We may speak of “heart and soul” yet, in a sense, are they not one and the same? And surely we are seeing the heart of humanity moving to the fore with a new point of view – of balance – emerging, as ordinary human hearts open to the great diaspora of refugees fleeing the dire circumstances from which we …

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Love Lies on the Border of the New World

Lighthouse

As New Zealand and Australia commemorate the centenary of ANZAC Day on 25th April this year, forces seem to be flowing through the national psyche which continuously re-form and sustain a sense of national group identity, a sense of identifiable being. What is perhaps significant in this year of centenary is that a deeper enquiry is taking place into the …

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