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The World Also Has a Soul, by David Whyte

FaceBook  On May 6, 2014 Christina Thomas-Fraser wrote:

 I am a bubble who is part of the Sea. All people, all creatures, the earth itself with all its variable, magnificent expressions, and the great vast sphere of divine presence everywhere washes over and through each experience. I am contained and included in life's infinite love -- circumference nowhere, center everywhere.

 

Practice Without Integration is a Waste, by Krishna Das

FaceBook  On Mar 18, 2014 Christina Thomas-Fraser wrote:

 Thank you. Your words are nourishing and so loving.

 

Practice Without Integration is a Waste, by Krishna Das

FaceBook  On Mar 18, 2014 Christina Thomas-Fraser wrote:

 What a blessing to be so aware even as a child. Sending love to you today and always.

 

Practice Without Integration is a Waste, by Krishna Das

FaceBook  On Mar 18, 2014 Christina Thomas-Fraser wrote:

 Thank you, dear One, for this loving message. We are connected always, in tears of joy or sadness and in laughter. Sending love back to you. Divine, loving circle.

 

Practice Without Integration is a Waste, by Krishna Das

FaceBook  On Mar 18, 2014 Christina Thomas-Fraser wrote:

Acknowledging and experiencing my fear, anger, upset, etc., and "owning" these (accepting that they belong to me) and breathing will help to dilute and dissipate them. Just as good health returns after one vomits toxic contents from the stomach, the sunshine of our true spiritual nature can shine through when toxic emotions are safely experienced and emptied. Pretending that these do not exist means I will tend to project them onto other persons and events and will stay stuck. Such pretense gives rise to self-righteousness and other egoistic inflations. Having the intention and willingness to do my best to serve the divine and the highest good and accepting that I essentially am just an ordinary human being and forgiving myself and everyone else for mistakes goes a long way toward helping me to be loving in each new moment.