Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Identify Your Theology: Where are You Now?

Identify Your Theology:
Number Twenty

Yesterday's post was all about growth and healing. And in a sense, that's what I want to ask you today, as well.

But before we turn our attention to our last of the twenty questions, head on over to your retreat room so you can relax and let go of any of the day’s stress. Or, listen and relax right here...

Today’s Question

What’s shifted or expanded for you as you asked and answered these questions this month? 

And what has the process been like for you? Do you have more of a sense of what your spiritual philosophy is than you did when the month began?

"Are there any beliefs you hold now that you wish you could abandon or change? Which ones and why? If you could change them, what would you change them to?" ~Joyce & River Higginbotham, ChristoPaganism: An Inclusive Path

Journal Questions

Now that you’ve read today’s question and a quote or two to get you thinking, head on back into the mini-retreat to close it and to see the journal questions and hear the blessing I’ve recorded for you. 

Want to see my book list for these questions? Visit my Twenty Questions store.   

(Tomorrow, come back for a bonus question)

Have a great day!

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  1. You have done a great job this month with this. I am disappointed that I haven't had a chance to follow as much as I'd like to. Now that the challenge is over I will have more time. I am finding your subject matter very interesting as I question my own beliefs and learn more about other belief systems other than my own. I guess I am a very open person and love to hear what others believe, even if it differs from my own. My greatest fascination right now, is life after death and all things to do with the spirit. I find I am enjoying Pagan views the most but it is all new to me.

    Thank you so much for sharing this. I hope to see you back at the UBC.

    Missy Bell

    1. Hi Missy! Thanks so much!! Well, I'd love to know your thoughts if you do read more of the series. I, too, love to hear what others believe even if it's different. I will be back in January for the next extravaganza! :)

  2. I have not run across your blog in this challenge but will have to take a deeper look. I do love that God shows us

    1. Thanks for coming to visit, Peggy! I love that, too.

  3. I've loved this series. It's helped me to see my spirituality and beliefs in new ways. I'm still processing a lot of it and I imagine I will be for a while yet. Thank you for your posts this month Jeanine.

    1. Thanks!! I'm so glad you've loved it, Lynne! You're welcome.


Thanks so much for coming to visit and sharing your thoughts! Let me know where you are and I'll come say hello at your place next.

By the way, I know that sometimes my readers disagree with what I say here and I wanted to let you know that not only is it okay with me if you happen to as well, but you also are welcome to tell me so, as long as you do so kindly.

Have a great day!