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Reflecting Your Essence

illuminated grass and dew

 

“In everyone’s life, at some time, our inner fire goes out. It is then burst into flame by an encounter with another human being. We should all be thankful for those people who rekindle the inner spirit.”

-Albert Schweitzer

 

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Quan Yin

Quin Yin collage

 

“There is a Boddhisattva, whose name is Avalokitesvara, in Vietnamese we call her Quan The Âm, in Chinese, Quan Yin. It means: “Listening deeply to the sound of the cries of the world”. And listening deeply is the practice of mindfulness. But if you are full of pain, full of anxiety, full of projections, and especially full of prejudices, full of ideas and notions, it may be very difficult for you to practice deep listening. You are too full. And that is why to practice in order for you to have space, to have freedom within, to have some joy within is very important for deep listening. Avalokitesvara, Quan Yin, she practices deep listening to herself, and to the world, outside. She practices touching with her ears.”

—Thich Nhat Hanh

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Feminine Energy

Feminine ENergy Card

In my last post about Our Lady of Guadalupe, I shared Our Lady’s comforting words. One day I was making a collage of Our Lady to send to someone going through a difficult time. The background lines I placed behind her,  made me think of power and light. It reminded me of Sr. Macrina Wiedkerkehrs words about feminine energy in her book A Tree Full of Angels, Seeing the Holy in the Ordinary, published by Harper Collins:

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Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Santa Fe

Our Lady of Guadalupe in Santa Fe
I discovered this church/shrine a comforting place to be, a refuge,  while I was in Santa Fe one summer. It kind of felt like being in Divine Mother’s womb, so safe and warm.The words of Our Lady of Guadalupe came to mind, as I was praying for my brother, Rene, who was at the time struggling with pancreatic cancer:

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