Published on March 5, 2014
A PHOTO MEDITATION The meditation is in three parts: * Opening * Receiving * Rejoicing Sit with each photo allowing it to speak to you. There are some questions which may be helpful. When you are ready double click to move to the next photo. The transitions are set for slow So allow time for the photograph to fully reveal itself.
God of journeys and seasons dwelling within unclutter me that I may give myself to the unending cycle of opening my heart, receiving your compassion, and rejoicing in your love.
What does it mean for me to open myself? What quality of heart do I need to open myself? What must I let go of so that I may be open? I open myself to ………
What does it mean for me to receive Love? What quality of heart do I need to receive Love? What must I let go of so that I may receive Love? I receive ………
Give yourself to amazement! Allow yourself to be astonished! Savour being surprised! With a grateful heart REJOICE! REJOICE! REJOICE!
With open hands and heart I receive God’s compassion I rejoice in God’ abundant Love. Alleluia! Amen!
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