God’s Voice Speaks to Me All Through the Day


I was raised amidst the rationalist attitude that if you think God is speaking to you, you’re probably crazy—as in mentally ill. This narrow view (along with a few other factors) shielded me from hearing God’s Voice for many years, and set me up to assume that God’s messages to us are more general and … Continue reading

Sweet Surrender – Jon Mundy’s Be You In Charge


Grace Notes: of Music and Spirit – Sweet Surrender Jon Mundy, through his ministry of writing, (Living A Course in Miracles, Lesson 101: Perfect Happiness and numerous other titles) has been a key Course teacher to me. Reading Jon’s articles has helped me to heal. And Jon has a quality I have always deeply admired—one … Continue reading

Sweet Oneness: Flower Duet


Grace Notes: of Music and Spirit Sweet Oneness: Flower Duet from the opera Lakmé – Léo Delibes . http://www.youtu.be/kij_hHB_hyY . Flower Duet from the opera Lakmé – Léo Delibes Performed by Milica Ilic, Soprano, and Victoria Lambourn, Mezzo Soprano Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Andrew Greene, Conductor ABC Classics, Australia “like smearing my ears with honey” ~ … Continue reading

Love: Here, There and Everywhere


Grace Notes: of Music and Spirit Love:  Here, There and Everywhere – The Beatles Reflect the peace of Heaven here and bring this world to Heaven. For the reflection of truth draws everyone to truth, and as they enter into it, they leave all reflections behind. (A Course in Miracles Text Chapter 14, Bringing Illusions … Continue reading

Having Caught a Glimpse


Grace Notes: of Music and Spirit Having Caught a Glimpse I am always noticing the voice of the Holy Spirit in music—current and old, sacred and secular, intentional and unintentional.  This is part of the still, small voice that speaks to all of us, through all things, that we may have the opportunity to wake … Continue reading

Living in the Light – Prayer for Perspective


The real challenge on the spiritual path through this seemingly non-spiritual world is putting insight into action.  This requires that we keep choosing the perspective FOR peace, love, forgiveness and Oneness.  We have to remember who we are!  When we live the goodness we are remembering and reclaiming, our lives and all those we touch … Continue reading

Labor of Love


This Labor Day, as the world takes a rest from doing, let us also consciously honor our being.  Created in God’s Image, we receive divine attributes.  This is our being.  The apple does not fall far from the tree.  Inside an orange is orange juice.  My labor becomes my creation. As a Virgo I understand … Continue reading

Independence Day Update


Since the Course came through the Americans Helen Schucman and Bill Thetford, I wondered if Jesus included a special lesson for us on Independence Day.  He did: I want the peace of God. To say these words is nothing. But to mean these words is everything. If you could but mean them for just an … Continue reading

Prayer for Self Worth


  Father-Mother-God, Creator of All That Is, Author of the Divine, I am aware that I have not believed in my infinite, untarnishable worth as the Child of Your Creation; that I have attempted to superimpose a lesser identity over that which You gave me, and that this has caused me years of pain and … Continue reading

Prayer for Prosperity


Father Mother God, Source of All That Is, Author of the Divine,   You are my Infinite Supply. . Those who pay me are Your Messengers and all income is part of Your Message of Eternal Love. . . I receive an abundance of exactly what I need now. Thank you!  I AM paying attention! … Continue reading

Personal Manifesto – A Map for Our Own Resurrection


Thought creates. That’s why organizations and savvy businesses have mission statements.  That’s why shame researcher, author, speaker and professor Brené Brown developed a “Home Manifesto” for her family that includes the dictum of no name-calling, which includes never calling oneself names.  When someone surveyed her daughter’s project in progress and remarked that she was “messy,” … Continue reading

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