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Monthly Archive for November, 2012

My entire adult life I have sought to understand and apprehend the concept of oneness with Christ, of abiding in him, and to apply these concepts to my daily life. I studied the Practice of the Presence of God by Brother Lawrence,  Like Christ by Andrew Murray and many others before discovering in Celtic Christianity […]

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Yesterday was the first time my Reverie II harp was recorded.  It was done in a church sanctuary with good dynamics, and I think it went well. I do not play ‘songs’ on the Reverie harp.  Strung on a pentatonic scale, it creates beautiful ambient music no matter how it is played.   Each time […]

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To Mimic the Master

One of the most wondrous Creation myths (as opposed to the scriptural account) ever told is a little-known work by J.R.R. Tolkien (affectionately known as ‘Papa’ Tolkien at my house as two of my children have elvish names – he’s family). Delightfully entitled “The Music of the Ainur“, it is a rich and majestic tale […]

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Moon Meditation *01/2012

Last night was the full moon.  At four a.m. its light glinted off frozen raindrops on the wild plum trees before streaming over my bed.  The cold light was bright enough to cast shadows, fashioning an inverse-daylight I found enchanting. Later in the morning, seven thirty, I drove home from various family chauffeuring errands and […]

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Welcome to Monk and Bard

Does the Monk or Bard archetype give you a thrill somewhere deep in your psyche? Do any of these phrases – Ancient Paths. Living Faith. Mythic Destiny. –  resonate with you? Are you an Evangelical or other Non-Liturgical Christian who is unsatisfied with regular church? Are you drawn to the mystic qualities or rituals in other Christian […]

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