Encounter–Discover–Create Saturday

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A Newsletter for Your Spiritual Nature
Communicating people's worth and potential so clearly that they are inspired to see it in themselves.
Our spiritual nature is to hope and dream and visualize and to connect to our purpose in life. It’s the trigger that motivates us to encounter, discover, create, and synthesize meaning, purpose and values in our lives and to seek a greater good. It enables us to access unconscious aspects of the self and to embed these higher meanings, values, and purposes in living a richer and more creative life. It makes us whole, and gives us our integrity. It helps us ask fundamental questions and reframe our answers. It transforms us.
Encounter Today's Song
Title: Thank You
Artist: Northampton Jesus Centre

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Create Music

Discover Today's Video
Title: Rethinking Life After Death 
Presenter: Bishop NT Wright

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Create Rethinking

You are the laboratory and every day is an experiment. Go and find what is new and unexpected.
- Joel Elkes

A lifetime of habitual reactions stands like a dark block in my way, or like invisible hands holding me. Always I have wanted to get the unpleasant or so-called "unimportant" things over in order to arrive at a goal.

— Helen M. Luke in Such Stuff as Dreams Are Made On by Barbara Mowat

To Practice This Thought:
Live in the present moment and cherish the importance of little things.

Spiritual Reading of the Day


We give thanks for places of simplicity and peace.
Let us find such a place within ourselves.
We give thanks for places of refuge and beauty.
Let us find such a place within ourselves.
We give thanks for places of nature's truth and freedom,
of joy, inspiration, and renewal,
places where all creatures may find acceptance and belonging.
Let us search for these places in the world,
in ourselves,
and in others.
Let us restore them.
Let us strengthen and protect them
and let us create them.
May we mend this outer world
according to the truth of our inner life
and may our souls be shaped and nourished
by nature's eternal wisdom.

- Leunig
Richard Rohr's Daily Meditation

Mystics and Non-Dual Thinkers:
Week 2


Love One Another

I want to sing like the birds sing, not worrying about who hears or what they think.

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