Week 5: Stillness
sacredspaceatstthomas.wordpress.com Written Reflection: Sometimes when I sit in silence… Today’s reflection (follow the link, above) is one of the most honest and authentic pieces I have ever read about what so often happ…
Art by Mary Buchanan www.flickr.com Series of Graces, cotton, silk organza, dye, discharged, hand and machine embroidery, machine pieced, machine quilted, 68" x 33", 2013.
sacredspaceatstthomas.wordpress.com When I was thinking about this week’s theme, one of my favorite communion hymns came into my mind, “Now the Silence, Now the Peace.”  I thought it might be fitting for this week t…
sacredspaceatstthomas.wordpress.com Today’s spiritual practice is Lectio Divina, which literally translates, “Divine Reading.” These are easy to follow instructions from the Shalem Institute offer a guide for a Lectio Div…
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sacredspaceatstthomas.wordpress.com This week’s acrostic poem uses the word, “STILL” S T I L L   Sit in stillness and allow your words to form, then sit in stillness with the words and allow your words to &#822…
sacredspaceatstthomas.wordpress.com I am not naturally inclined toward being still. If I am truly honest about my nature, motion and action are central to my daily living and to the trajectory of my personal and professional growth. …

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