Did Yeshua teach a secret doctrine? Plenty of esoteric schools seem to think so and have whole pages dedicated to showing these ‘secrets.’ Google away. We’ll be looking at the internal wisdom that Christ alludes to rather than speculating. Take a look and click the link below.
Let’s take a quick look at John The Baptist mentioning the Bridegroom in relation to Living Waters. There’s a play on words we tend to miss because of the language barrier. Click the link for more.
Sometimes we need to dive into the deep end of the pool and start meditating. I’ve decided to share a few ways I applied the life of Solomon to my internal journey towards God. Click the link for more.
If we spend a bit of time in introspection on symbols in scriptures we slowly begin to sense their interconnectedness. They become living parts of our journey. Click the link for more.
One of the most difficult aspects of teaching bridal mysticism is the understanding it doesn’t translate into words. There is no specific method to awaken our inner connection to God. All we can do is leave breadcrumbs and point to the hidden wisdom in scripture. Click the link for more.
“If any of you lacks Wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him. But let him ask in faith, with no doubting, for the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea that is driven and tossed by the wind. For that person […]
Give your servant, therefore, a listening heart to judge your people and to distinguish between good and evil. For who is able to give judgment for this vast people of yours?” 1 Kings 3:9 The Wisdom of Solomon has become something of legend. While it’s easy to get lost in the lore surrounding the Wise […]
Using analogies to allude to something deeper is a rabbinical technique called remez (רֶמֶז) or “hints.” It’s like giving the audience the okay to move past the literal interpretations and consider what allegories are present. Yeshua would use a remez to make connections between what he was saying and bring it back to scriptures that […]
“To you it has been granted to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God, but to the rest they are told in parables, so that while seeing they may not see, and while hearing they may not understand.” -Luke 8:10 Before you let the word mystery scare you off I promise you this isn’t […]
Lectio Divina– divine readings, or spiritual readings, to put it plainly. This is how people used the term for the majority of the middle ages which would suggest that lectio divina is synonymous with sacra pagina, “from the sacred page.” Of course, the Desert Fathers who created the practice of Lectio Divina used it as […]