Liminal Luminous

The shining threshold
Spirituality

Liturgy

I was staying in London this weekend and so I decided to go to the Sung Eucharist at St Paul’s Cathedral. This is the second biggest cathedral in England and it is where a lot of important people get buried, such as Nelson Mandela, for example. It is an iconic part of London. I have […]

Spirituality

Morning contemplative prayer

I am, you may have noticed by now, a complete stress head, always looking to push myself and achieve a bit more. Meditation is a crucial part of my life, if I stop meditating even for a few days then my husband can tell, because my reactions to things become more negative. I am quick […]

Spirituality

Big faith

Like everyone else, I am deeply saddened by the terrorist attacks happening around the UK and the world. I guess it is one of those things: it all seems to far away until it becomes really, very close. The attack at Borough struck home to me, even more than Westminster. I used to work in Borough […]

Spirituality

Church, judgement and limiting God

I saw a friend of a friend’s post on Facebook yesterday, she was in Asda, minding her own business when a woman stopped and stared at her, and said “I can’t believe you have scarred your body like that, it’s disgusting”(talking about the woman’s tattoos) and then walked off. People commented on the post saying […]

Minimalism

The barefaced cheek of minimalism

Yesterday’s blog post has left me feeling rather raw and tender, I have had to battle with myself not to go and take it down. I really am deeply uncomfortable admitting my Christianity. I feel that it might limit the readership of this blog (which currently is a handful of people, but no-one who comments […]