What does it mean to live a human life? One deeply infused and tended by spirit. A life of connection, humour, trust, courage, compassion and potency.
We are moving through a time of great change. Spirituality is in the streets. It’s no longer reserved for the scholar, the sage, for men in caves.
There’s a riot happening. A reformation. We are reclaiming the bone, breath and marrow of spirituality.
We are redefining God.
We are entering the womb of all that we are – to spin flesh around spirit, so that it may move as itself, here – lighting the world with its might.
This is deep, sacred, cellular remembering.
“Spirituality” that does not seek to leave anything out – least of all this reality – but nor is it solely of it. That is not trying to transcend the gift of our humanity, but is wise enough to revere the wisdom of it.