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Last week I was given a gift of sadness, a gift of violence, fear, tragedy and suffering…

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The core of Cynthia’s challenge to us throughout the “Relearning Trust” retreat last month was to consider that there may be an alternative to hacking away at the obstacles we perceive in life. She encouraged us to consider an alternative to seeking to wrestle the untidy realities of life under control.

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Reflecting on our five-day “Relearning Trust” teaching retreat with Cynthia Bourgeault at the end of September I am struck by an experience I had on day three of our time together.

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As part of her gruelling schedule on her recent visit to Vancouver Island, Cynthia Bourgeault spent Friday 30 September with 80 participants at St. George’s Anglian Church, Cadboro Bay, BC.

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Complete obedience can mean to be in such sink / harmony with the Divine that there are no longer separate wills.

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Jean Gebser (1905-1973) The Ever Present Origin – Structures of consciousness:

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Only to our eyes is Jesus dead and gone; he’s still around.

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Instability and disruption can be passed through with contemplative stillness.

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How do we stay awake? What helps us not scatter? What supports us in remaining mindful?

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Jesus – “in my father’s house are many mansions” (John 14:2).

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