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The Embrace #88: Mazzie Come Home

A few days ago, our sweet puppy, Mazzie, stealthily slipped out our back gate while my husband, Jere, was absorbed in his music and transporting brush from our yard. Mazzie loves to chase bunnies! It’s evident she was born for this! It is her greatest passion and gives her boundless energy.

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The Embrace #69: Christ is Born

The Embrace #69: Christ is Born

Christ is Born  Received from Mother Mary The following message was received on December 14, 2020, by Marietta Beregi of Budapest, Hungary, who has been receiving numerous messages from Mother Mary since late August. Most are on the subject of motherhood. None are yet...

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The Embrace #68: How to Rewrite the Book of Your Life

The Embrace #68: How to Rewrite the Book of Your Life

How to Rewrite the Book of Your Life By MaryBeth Scalice Dear Hearts, Here is a story. It’s called Car Trouble.  Several days of trying to start the engine brought whrrrr, whrrrr, whrrrr, until reluctantly she turned over and shuddering, cut a path in four-wheel drive...

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The Embrace #67: Facing the Fear of Forbidden Feelings

The Embrace #67: Facing the Fear of Forbidden Feelings

Facing the Fear of Forbidden Feelings By Cindee Pascoe The crippling awe of deep grief, the cleansing power of righteous anger, the burst of joyful exhilaration at a physical feat or difficult goal accomplished—these are movements of energies in the body, the fuel...

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The Embrace #66: Thank You Donald Trump

The Embrace #66: Thank You Donald Trump

Thank You, Donald Trump By Karči Cole Kňazovický Try this: Instead of watching the Trump carnival every day, and instead of building up stronger and more solid images of him in yourself, allow your true feelings in response to Trump to come up. Pause. Feel. Simply...

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The Embrace #65: Epiphany in a Trolleycar

The Embrace #65: Epiphany in a Trolleycar

Epiphany in a Trolleycar By Elliott Robertson      I was waiting for the trolley when two young women, dressed in their Sunday best, crossed over to my side of the trolley tracks. One of them asked me, "Do you know Jesus?"     I smiled and said, "Yes, I do." I...

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The Embrace #64: Embracing My Grievance

The Embrace #64: Embracing My Grievance

Embracing My Grievance By Lana Carolan A Course in Miracles over the years has been my spiritual school and Jesus has been my teacher. Jesus/Holy Spirit are one and the same to me. They represent the part of my mind that is still in communication with God, my...

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The Embrace #63: Transformation

The Embrace #63: Transformation

Transformation By Michael Mark Our world is being stretched. The tightened skin becomes translucent. It's like a magic trick, only the illusion is punctured instead of unfurled. What's really there can no longer be hidden. The make-up is sloughing off. It's...

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The Embrace #62: Sheltering in The Embrace

The Embrace #62: Sheltering in The Embrace

Sheltering in The Embrace Feeling into Oneness and Safety   Editor's Note: This time of personal and social stress is a fiery crucible in which our future experience is forged. We either choose love and compassion, or fear and separation. We are being called to...

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The Embrace #61: What To Do When Disaster Strikes

The Embrace #61: What To Do When Disaster Strikes

What To Do When Disaster Strikes By the Holy Spirit through Beth Geer   Editor's Note: In the past few days this message arose unexpectedly from within to Beth Geer from an inner voice she refers to as the Holy Spirit. Its guidance is consistent with the...

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