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Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Divine Order

Reading the title of this essay may make you wonder what the heck are they talking about?  Or, maybe you are familiar with Divine Order.  At any rate, Gary and I are going to attempt to expl...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Willingness

When problems or unpleasant issues arise, we have a tendency either to ignore them, get angry, or take it out on an innocent person. (Usually somebody close to us or even strangers.) This ca...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Meditation

What do you think when you hear about meditation? Some say prayer in talking with God, and meditation is listening to God.Meditation is not easy to do. It takes commitment, time, and practic...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Your True Self

Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Nature

In a few days, Susan and I will be taking a trip to Yachats on the Oregon coast. We will be surrounded by the cool, dark forest and very close to the soul-stiring ocean. Embraced by God's cr...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Joy

Hello everyone!  We appreciate all of you who have stopped by to read our blog.  Please feel free to leave a comment. Today we are going to reflect on joy.Jim Lee, a Unity minister in Detroi...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Reflections on Gratitude

Today we are going to reflect on GRATITUDE.  We believe that gratitude is the strongest prayer of all.  Somehow, it transcends the appearance of what's really going on in our life.  It puts ...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Ho'oponopono

Gary: Sitting on a bench on the hilltop at our gated retirement community in Cave Junction, Oregon. Max, our fox-terrier mix is on his leash beside me. It's dusk and the temp is cooling down...
Reflections in Spirit · 8M ago

Susan and Gary Eby's Blog

This blog is about our personal journey to Spirit. There are many paths to the Divine and all of them are relevant. Your path may be very different from ours, but it is precious and personal...