Unsafe, or Uncomfortable?
Safer Soil (2)
Following from her meditation on Sunday, Nancy DeVries asks:
Perhaps there are ideas or images of who Jesus is that can be released from your own mind and belief system?
Perhaps there is a need for a reset, to see Jesus as a place and person of safety. To view God as a safe harbour, a warm lap, a co-regulator in moments of fear or anxiety.
If one’s image of God changes, we can see how the change in the “soil”—our heart and mind and imagination—will also create a change in the tree, which is our experience of connection with God and others.
Is there an area in which you can expand your window of tolerance a bit more?
Is there something you can ask of those who feel a little more safe to provide you with comfort, with regulation, with “being with” you in your healing place?
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