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Some thoughts on the Capricorn Ingress to carry us into the New Year -- Peace & Joy, y'all!

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Winter Night in the Mountains, 

Harald Sohlberg ,Norwegian ,1869 - 1935
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Peder Balke - National Gallery
The National Gallery in London owns just one painting by a Norwegian artist. It's not, as one might suppose, by Edvard Munch, nor by Harald Sohlberg, Thomas Fearnley or Johan Christian Dahl. Rather the little oil in Room 44, a stormy monochromic seascape ba...

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"Suddenly this passage came alive to me, and the Lord challenged me: “The people you are praying for will certainly be healed, whether in this life or the next.” My imagination began to awaken at the prospect. I heard God say, “Dance now for the healing yet to come.”

If I really believed these friends would be made whole, then why wouldn’t I celebrate it?

Although my heart was as heavy as my feet, out of obedience I chose to dance. I did it alone and in the dark so I wouldn’t have to confront my own clumsiness, but as I did, eventually something happened in my heart. A little ember of hope was stirred. As I danced, tentatively, I imagined myself celebrating with multitudes at the wedding feast of the Lamb, dancing beside those who were currently crippled by illness, unable to dance in this life. I imagined their future healing, and that gave me hope to keep praying.

In Advent we step into the shoes of those who waited so long for the Messiah. Because we’ve seen that promise fulfilled in the birth of Jesus, we are free to hope that we will see the promise of his return fulfilled, as well. Our culture expects us to be happy or sad, but we live in a broken world being made new. Jeremiah’s deed in a jar said, “We are in exile and we are going home one day.”

My dancing in my despair said, “My heart is breaking and all things will be restored one day.” God promises us that, in this world, we will have trouble and Jesus has overcome this world.

What a ridiculous thing to dance when our hearts are breaking! But that is our calling: to be the people most honest about what is broken, most able to sit with others in pain, and at the same time to know something better than the pain."

https://www.christianitytoday.com/pastors/2017/december-web-exclusives/feeling-ugh-at-christmas.html

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"EVERYONE can do this movement practice. It literally cannot be done wrong. Living from and through the body is our most basic impulse. It is life itself, the very ground of our being. Acting from bodily wisdom is an extremely powerful reality that can transform our lives."

https://www.danceofenergy.com/healing-body-movement/

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