Have you had mystical experiences in the past that defy explanation?
How do you understand these shifts of consciousness that occur in light of your contemplative practice, your religious views, and contemporary psychology? What’s the best path forward from here?
I’ve been talking to clients every week in hour long phone sessions, and I’ve been trying to put into words, “what exactly do I do?”
It seems like most people I talk to have had some major mystical experiences in the past, or at least some huge life-defining epiphanies,
And yet as the path continues our experiences are not always consistent,
And sometimes there seems to be little happening at all,
Where did those big, ecstatic feelings go?
Or why do they come and go with different things?
And can you really call yourself a mystic?
If this resonates, you probably can,
SO I offer an initial discount session to discern your place in the spiritual path…
And help process the miraculous things that have happened to you and also the things that haven’t happened,
Basically, we work together to:
* Look at the meaning of your mystical experiences and understand your contemplative life in light of religion, psychology, and your personal dreams and goals,
* Leave this session validated and assured that your journey has a legitimate place on the spiritual map to
* Return to your spiritual practice with a new paradigm of inspiration.
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Contemplative Practices: 5 Ways of Consenting to the Divine: Learn methods practiced by Christian mystics for centuries to consent to the action and presence of God within, including Centering Prayer, The Examen, Lectio Divina, Christian Meditation, and the Jesus Prayer.
Contemplative Perspectives: Frameworks for the Divine: For anyone who craves to deepen their contemplative process and more fully embody and integrate the the higher stages of the mystical path, Contemplative Perspectives offers an opportunity to travel through the various states of awakening and understand the territory. With the historic practice of The Jesus Prayer as a jumping off point, we explore the experiential aspects of the Purgation/Illumination/Union path of Christian Mysticism.
The Divine Transformation: Essentials of Christian Mysticism: This is a combined course of both Contemplative Practices and Contempative Perspectives.