Mary Magdalene…the lady in red…the color of fire and blood; energy and primal life forces. For many, she represents Mystery since there is very little of her that is written in certainty; some of what is written is fabricated by historians or channeled through psychic mediums.
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It’s hard to believe that Advent is half over and I still struggle to embrace it! Everything else grabs my attention during this busy time: ministry at Mercy by the Sea, Christmas shopping, and other numerous commitments. It is so hard to be human!! Maybe that is a clue to the meaning of this season…
As I prepare to offer the Contemplative Clinical Practice Certificate Program, I wanted to offer some reflections on the nature and benefits of contemplative psychotherapy for both clients and clinicians.