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Holy Week

Palm Sunday marks the start of the Holy Week, from the Sunday before Easter.  Easter in Western Christianity is observed on the Sunday following the first full moon after the Spring Equinox. Since this year the Equinox was on 21 March and the Full Moon is on 4 April, Easter is then on 5 April 2015. The Spring Equinox exemplifies the opening of the Horizontal Axis, just as Maundy Thursday represents its conclusion with Jesus’ sitting among the 12 apostles, washing their feet and dispensing the Eucharistic gift. The Holy Week can be a most precious preparation and launching pad for any sacred vision or goal that we deeply treasure. In this process it is vital to discriminate between ego’s achievements based on separation and goals inspired by a genuine connection with God. The term "God" is meant here as Light, All That Is, Undivided Self and Unconditional Love, without denoting identification with a specific creed or gender. What counts is the experience of God, rather than the term we employ. Hence if the term God causes … [Read More...]

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