Tag Archives: stillness

Lent 2012: Day Nineteen

Exodus 20:8 Remember the sabbath day, and keep it holy. Third verse in a row to jump out from the Lectionary about the Sabbath! Take it as a sign if you wish… resting and thanking is important. A set time to connect … Continue reading

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Lent 2012: Day Seven

Psalm 46:10 Be still, and know that I am God! I am exalted among the nations, I am exalted in the earth. Don’t forget to be still. It is so very important. Give your soul space to breathe, let go … Continue reading

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Communion

Glanced to the back cover of “A Margin of Silence” to see a description of the Anglican Communion: …one of the ‘instruments of communion’ which holds Anglicans in ‘bonds of affection’… I’m afraid we haven’t seen a lot of that … Continue reading

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Send Forth Your Spirit O Lord

11am Solemn Sung Eucharist in the University Chapel was great. A great choir, and I thought during the service that it was basically very good Choral Evensong with communion and a sermon added to it. Lovely. The singing of the … Continue reading

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Falcondale Lake

Beginning to hike up towards Falcondale Lake after another’s hours reading, I thought more about what silence actually is. What comes to mind: A synonym of stillness? Inner peace? An environment where these qualities can flourish? Absence of speech? Upon … Continue reading

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Packing for Lampeter Retreat

Just finished packing for my retreat in Lampeter. Staying in a guest house right next to Trinity University, I plan to have a few days strolling through the hills, reading, and finding out more about the Church connection links. Trinity … Continue reading

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Yoga

I recently started attending (Iyengar) Yoga classes. Yehudi Menuhin’s introduction to Yoga was lovely to read this evening. Follow the link for it all, below is an excerpt… The practice of Yoga induces a primary sense of measure and proportion. … Continue reading

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