Month: March 2014

  Deeper we go into Lent – season of self-examination, penitence and preparation. It’s time to look seriously at the sort of people we are becoming, and to re-imagine what it might mean to follow the Christ and bring good to the world. This series in Lent works with ideas emerging from a set of […]

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  REFLECTION: ‘For most of us, I suspect, there is somewhere deep down a quiet undercurrent of fear of death, an awkward reality against which we are ready to rage but which we most usually cope with through leaving well alone. But there is perhaps a deeper truth about our death that means that we […]

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  REFLECTION:  ‘We call this practice Befriend your Shadow. As with so many of the Running Over Rocks life practices this one requires us to nurture our self-awareness. It needs us to take a clear view of our instincts and patterns, our motivations and behaviors, our desires and our actions. This needs to be done, initially […]

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  ‘Walk with me to the bay to where the cliff falls away                                                                                     […]

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  REFLECTION: ‘We’re aware of the irony of writing any words at all for a practice entitled Speak No Words. So we’re just offering a few, then leaving space for silence. Sometimes it is fine to run out of words. Helpful, important, even necessary. As Jesus demonstrated in his own use of silence before his […]

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  Lent is a season of self-examination, penitence and preparation. It’s a time to look seriously at the sort of people we are becoming, and to re-imagine what it might mean to follow the Christ and bring good to the world.     As we go into Lent this series of Morning Bell is inspired […]

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