How do you define Mystical Moments?
One of the things I have experienced in talking with women about their spiritual journey is that they have had experiences that defy logical explanations, that are difficult to put into words, that convey more is going on than meets the eye. When women are in a safe environment to share their personal stories, more of these unexplained but spiritually sustaining moments are shared.
Dr. Jean Shinoda Bolen in her book, The Tao of Psychology: Synchronicity and the Self, describes research that demonstrates there is a direct relationship between our belief in a possibility of a force greater than us lending a helping hand, and receiving a positive solution to a problem we are trying to sort out (80-81).* When has this proven true for you?
Questions for Circle Discussion
How do you define mystical moments?
When have you felt there were unseen positive forces working on your behalf?
When has something happened in your life that you knew was more than a coincidence?
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*The chapter reference for this Wisdom of the Feminine theme is from The ABC Path toward True Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Trusting What She Knows in Her Heart Is True, Ultimate Union, p. 133-137.
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