Friday, April 1, 2016



+ Making time for creative work is like making time for prayer. It is a holistic activity, involving the visible and the invisible, the known and unknown. To create is to make something whole from the pieces of our lives and, in the process, to become more whole ourselves, seeing with more clarity each of those pieces, understanding where they fit, how they matter. It is a healing act, a leave-taking from the chaos as one moves from the choppy surface toward the stillness of the center.
 -- Jan Phillips in Marry Your Muse (This was the Daily Inspiration from One Spirit on 3/22/16)

+ Creativity is divine.  God inspires us in so many ways to become whole, heavenly, even stretched  beyond the narrow confines of an ego-bound illusory reality.  What’s your muse?  What brings out the best in you?  Even if it’s hard work, it’s healing work, holy work, heavenly work.  Enjoy. 

We will move on now to the next series of Spiritual Exploration posts, the Journey of the Body.  The practice of Healing is essential for this next stage.  May we keep on practicing all of these spiritual practices so that you may be healed Mind, Heart, Body and Soul. 

How are you doing?  I would love to know if any of my posts have been particularly meaningful for you.  I would love it if you could contribute a post or 2 as we go on.  I am sure you could share some wisdom on Solitude, Devotion and Holiness which would enrichen the practices in the Journey of the Body for all of us.  After all, you are amazing.

+ Spirituality & Practice offers many resources on the practice of Healing.

Spirituality & Practice  offers many resources on the practice of Connections and a Twelves meme on Connections. The meme above comes from that gallery.

+ I have work to do on my Healing Page.   Maybe you can help.  Send an email with the subject “Healing” to

+ You can always find a link to any of the Spiritual Explorations posts by going to

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