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A HUMAN IDENTITY MANIFESTO – With Biblical Texts

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Since almost everything in the past four months has been unusual, it should not be a surprise that it feels odd to me to be going on holiday at this time.

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Yeshua says: Become passers-by.

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Yeshua’s students asked: When will you appear to us,
and when will we see you?
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Being an adult means taking responsibility for my own emotional life.

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“LETTING GO – HOW FAR WILL IT TAKE YOU”
CAMP COLUMBIA, Thetis Island, B.C. JULY 13-15, 2007
Cynthia Bourgeault

 Loss of mind is not the loss of self – can come as mercy to give ourselves to deeper pathways. Deep channel of consent is the good harbour from which we enter into the ocean. We carve the channel to the ocean by letting go and letting go and letting go…

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Identification is the major drain in our lives.

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Cynthia Bourgeault
Conscious Love and Conscious Presence
2-23 May 2001 St. Philip Anglican Church

Conscious love is sustainable love. It requires being able to go inside oneself and find that place of sustainability.

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Cynthia Bourgeault – Clergy Day at Queenswood House of Studies
5 June 1996

The wisdom tradition is about a right presence. Wisdom asks, how open am I right now? Am I present here and now? Am I able to be a vessel?

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These notes from 18 years ago are taken from a day I, along with some clergy colleagues, spent with Cynthia Bourgeault in Victoria, B.C.

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