Tag Archive for ‘meditation’

FirstDay Sermon: No Way to Fail

Let me tell you one thing you can never fail at. Being yourself. And guess what else? Guess what is your primary job as a human being, the reason you’re here? Being yourself. But honey chile, do you know who that is? Cause most people don’t know who that is. You gotta start unlocking the mystery. * Let me tell you about a man I loved. Man, I was a […]

Continue Reading →

So Strange It Must Be True

This post is alternately titled, “Katy Perry Never Gives Up.” Bless you for reading. You are a brave soul. ** I had an out-of-body meditation experience once that showed me how weird it is to be human. (The out of body thing happened more than once, but let’s just start with this one time.) It was like I died and was suspended for a while, and then dropped back into […]

Continue Reading →

Video Check-in (Confessions, Meditations, Words, Words, Words)

MotherJana is going all wild in this joint, expanding through Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. She’s just spreading her motherly wizardly vibes around this weird world, seeing what makes her and others happy. If you missed Friday’s confessional, click below to learn more about the Gospel of Mary Magdalene (hidden, now revealed, like the gooey chocolate center of Christianity!), why church rules don’t often work, and topics like yoga, finding your […]

Continue Reading →

FirstDay Sermon: Should You Be Empty?

A lot of meditation teachers talk about the practice of “emptying” yourself when you sit down to pray. A word about prayer vs. meditation. These two are pretty much the same. Prayer tends to be something we do with words, while we think of meditation as silence. But I’ve done some meditation in kundalini yoga that requires repeating a mantra out loud over and over again (like Catholics do with […]

Continue Reading →