Category: Theology of Oneness

A Holy Merkaba: The Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be

I have experienced an interesting development in the noetical world when I pray the Our Father, Hail Mary, and Glory Be. I was taught these prayers as a young kid by my mom and we used to recite the Rosary together, especially during Lent.  I've prayed the Rosary off and on over the years, mostly … Continue reading A Holy Merkaba: The Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be

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Holy Saturday: The Archetypal Jouney Into Brokenness

I am indebted to Cynthia Bourgeault for her books, Wisdom Jesus, and The Meaning of Mary Magdalene: Discovering the Woman at the Heart of Christianity.  In those two books, she offers provocative imagery of Jesus descending into "hell" and witnessing the brokenness there. The witnessing heals. Why? Wounds belong to the separated realms, both in us … Continue reading Holy Saturday: The Archetypal Jouney Into Brokenness

The Eucharist: When the Absolute Overshadows the Relative

Since so much has been written before on the Eucharist, I endeavor to go into different directions than the orthodox, or mainline, understanding. My hope is that my reflection will enhance the mainline meanings as I view them from a "Law of One" lens. If we start from the premise that all is One and that Love expresses … Continue reading The Eucharist: When the Absolute Overshadows the Relative

Towards a Theology of Oneness

Summary of Reflection: The early Christian insistence that Jesus and God's substance was different than that of creation was a three step forwards movement at that time.  It was good.  Yet now the insistence may be moving towards the two-step back movement with our current scientific understanding of quantum physics and the unity of all things.  … Continue reading Towards a Theology of Oneness