Sun, 8 April 2007
To all my fans: this week has been a whirlwind of activity, and I was not able to put together a new episode.
I offer you the show's first ever rerun of the episode I posted last Easter.
As you will probably be able to tell, it was early in the show's history, and things will sound quite different.
Enjoy, and know that I will be posting a new episode this coming week, and you will NOT want to miss it.
Happy Easter, everybody!
In days of old, this holiday celebrated what was understood to be the return of life to the Earth.
As Christianity spread throughout Europe, the Church encountered many Earth-based spiritualities and worked to replace their Equinox celebrations with the idea of life returning to a body.
In the biblical resurrection story, that body was of Jesus.
In my interpretation, Jesus was fulfilling the message that he had taught for most of his ministry: that death was an illusion and life was a continuous circle, never ending and never broken.
He demonstrated this by allowing his body to be killed and then calling life back into it two days later.
He taught us that we can do this to the extent of our belief.
He also taught that this power must be used responsibly.
I believe that this was how Myrtle Fillmore healed herself, and how we all can heal ourselves.
Go within today and ask yourself where you can bring life back into your body and enjoy the experience.
"Amazing Grace" by Podsafe Music Network artist David Spak
"Wish You Were Here" by Podsafe Music Network artist Jeff Eaton
"He's Alive" by PodsafeAudio.com and Podsafe Music Network group Jacques Grant and Rewired
"We Are Together" by Podsafe Music Network group Quebb.
"The Scripture quotations contained herein are from the New Revised Standard Version Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. Used by permission. All rights reserved."
Happy Resurrection and Stay powerful!
Direct download: Classic_Episode_11-The_Return_of_Life.mp3
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