Archived Audio Offerings - Faith

Selections surrounding faith & the ways we might enhance our small portions through prayer

Wishes
6/1/18

small prayers

Pilgrimage
7/1/17

Visiting Lorna Byrne

This I Believe
1/1/17

An anonymous letter describing an epiphany

Song and Dance
5/1/16

Childhood's grace

To Keep the Sabbath
3/1/16

A day of living consciously

Faith-O-Meter
12/1/15

Thoughts on healing

The Great Leveler
8/1/14

How to view the "isms"

Our Thoughts
7/1/14

The power of thought work

To Make the Two, One
5/1/14

An appeal for unifying our disparate parts

A Path Revealed
11/1/12

Calling off the hounds of doubt

Bob
10/1/12

A look at the devious character of doubt

The Current
9/1/12

A parable

Dear Members of the Board
4/1/12

I cancel my membership in the Worry-Wart Club

Sunshine
2/1/12

A perfect fit

No Elevators Please
7/1/11

A few thoughts about prayer

The Sculptor
5/14/10

This piece is a call to trust, encouraging the attitude that one hundred light years from now, we may look back and understand the wisdom behind today's difficulties.

Margaret Dulaney

Margaret Dulaney, founder of Listen Well, has pursued a life-long interest in spiritual writing that attempts to break the barriers of strict religious thinking (Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hafiz, George MacDonald, Emanuel Swedenborg).
Her essays can be found in various journals, including Cezanne’s Carrot, Read the Spirit, Day 1 and Big Muddy. Margaret's essays are edited by Aina Barten, who worked for many years as an editor with Orion Magazine.

Margaret's writing can be further explored by visiting www.margaretdulaney.com

You can contact Margaret by writing margaretlisten@gmail.com

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Watch a video of Margaret's talk at the Center for Contemporary Mysticism

https://contemporarymysticism.org/video.asp