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Tag Archives: Hildegard of Bingen
Today’s blog continues my experiment with Hildegard of Bingen medicine – sharing my visions in the hopes of supporting the healing and release of 9 months of migraines, panic attacks, vertigo and other things! In today’s blog, I share the … Continue reading
In the past nine months, I have tried everything to be healed of the migraines, panic attacks and then vertigo brought on by a virus that attacked my inner ear. While I have found some relief through a combination of … Continue reading
When we deny the gifts God has given us and the call to be a vessel of God’s love, peace, joy, healing, etc. in the world, we suffer – not because God is punishing us, but as a natural consequence … Continue reading
Today’s blog is a guest-post from Kathy Walczyk from Spiritual Middle Ground, about book burnings and freeing the feminine voice. Throughout history it has been men who have spoken for women, and Kathy and I had a great rant over the … Continue reading
In my email on Sunday in regards to Sunday’s blog, I received the following response from a reader of the masculine persuasion who I have come to know as somewhat of a wise and wonderful wizard: Greetings Lauri, nicely done. On … Continue reading
In today’s blog we continue exploring the charisms, magic, spiritual gifts with which you have been uniquely gifted to experience meaning, purpose and fulfillment in your life and through which you are called to serve the betterment of the world. … Continue reading
In the past several days, I have used the words mystic and contemplative somewhat interchangeably. While the two are similar and walk a common path with a common mission, I have learned there is a bit of a difference between … Continue reading