Have you ever wondered why you have the same argument again and again in your life, with your family, your spouse, or others along your path? Have you noticed? They say that the wound is where the light comes through. Sometimes these old wounds can be the very place that we can enter—in order to find the way out! (Like Jonah through the belly of the whale!) It’s not at all about wallowing in our old wounds— but in learning how to see them in a different light, in order to do the work of healing, with God’s help! Christ said, “we have not because we ask not…ask and you shall receive!”
I’m convinced what we are all wanting is more Love— in some form or another— but in life we have experiences that can make us feel cut off from this love!
I’ve developed a class where we can very easily identify one “trigger” , in one incident in our life— where we are in judgment of another person or situation. Christ showed us the model, of not casting the first stone. His example of love helps us to transform these experiences into something rich, meaningful, conscious and healing! I have made an effort here, in my knowledge as a psychologist and as a follower of Christ, to create a simple practice — a tool to use to transform our relationship with God, within ourselves, and with other people! I invite you to join me in this class so that you can learn this practice well enough to repeat it on your own! It’s based on the principle Christ revealed when he invited us to take the log out of our own eye first … but in a gentle & loving but clear way!
I invite you to join me in this class so that you can learn this practice well enough to repeat it on your own. We will meet December 8 & 15 in the Bishop’s Study from 9:30-10:30 AM.
—Dr. Cheryl Meier