Tag Archives: healing

Vulnerability distinctions

There is the vulnerability of weakness and the vulnerability of strength There is involuntary vulnerability and vulnerability fully chosen There is the vulnerability that fragments and the vulnerability that makes whole There is a vulnerability that withers and a vulnerability … Continue reading

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Parable of the broken vase

The kingdom of God is like two women who each broke a precious vase. The first woman swept up the shards and threw them away. The second woman wept, then carefully glued the vase back together. It could no longer … Continue reading

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Own yourself!

You’re trying too hard to please – Be you! Be you in your entirety! This is how you’re made, in all your facets: Own your complexity! © Meisaan Chan  

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Evil spirits

Different traditions call it different things but the same task is before you: Use your voice © Meisaan Chan

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Peel away your fear

Peel away your fear: Yes, the layers seem endless but I alone am infinite © Meisaan Chan

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Dancing leaves

Autumn leaves whorl in the air their freedom finally purchased in death © Meisaan Chan

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When someone is upset at you

When someone is upset at you, receive their distress: Right and wrong intertwine, so let go of them! Focus instead on closer and further apart © Meisaan Chan

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