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Reflections in the Silver Cup

TO DRINK FROM THE SILVER CUP

SPIRITUALITY AND CREATIVITY
Part IV



My interview with Tina appears in four parts, to be followed by a piece on a painting of hers that hangs in my living room. In Part IV she talks about a transformative past life regression, about her training as an art therapist, and her current spiritual practices.

“You’ve said that you still believe in God. How do you perceive God now?” I asked.

“I want to tell you about this because I was really confused about this priest, and about when people say something that I think is BS. Usually I don’t speak a lot about my faith. But a long time ago a woman offered me a regression. My question was, ‘Why do I feel I belong in the Church, but in my own way?’

“So I came to this past life. I don’t know if it’s true, but Read More 
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TO DRINK FROM THE SILVER CUP

SPIRITUALITY AND CREATIVITY
Part III



My interview with Tina appears in four parts, to be followed by a piece on a painting of hers that hangs in my living room. In Part III she talks about how marriage and mothering have impacted her spirituality and about how yoga and meditation helped her deal with two devastating fires in her business.

We sat for a moment and thought quietly about this. Then I asked, “How has marriage affected your spirituality?”

“Being with Rudi gives me a lot of stability. I know who to love. A lot of the confusion from my younger days is gone. And I know where we live. Because I’m very bevægelig (easily shifting). He’s not. That’s helpful. Secure. It’s a big part of sharing or being in a community. Centering my life in family is strong; it makes me take part in being here. I believe we are here; we belong here. It’s good for my core task. I need to be in balance. It’s very helpful.

“Of course it can be disturbing too because Read More 
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