Archived Audio Offerings - Pardon

Writings centered on forgiveness and its hair’s breath proximity to our regretful souls

Measuring God
8/1/18

Expanding our limited views of the Great Spirit

Houses of our Souls
5/1/18

A glimpse of the inner workings of God

Tiny Big-otries
4/1/18

On navigating prejudice

Primary School
2/1/18

Exploring the benefits of being a child of God

Truth
11/1/16

The merits of truthful living

Making Peace
9/1/16

Making peace with our childhood

Humanness
8/1/16

A look at what it means to be human

Dreamin' and Schemin'
7/1/16

How to outsmart the ego

Not Mine
9/1/15

A handy tool for the practice of detachment

Regrettable Choices
2/1/15

Lost on the New Jersey Turnpike

That Old Ouchy
11/1/13

Revisitng an old soft spot

But For Grace
5/1/13

A case for healthy communication

The Good Student
7/1/12

A life In search of higher education

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

Or visit the Listen Well facebook page for comments Listen Well @ Facebook

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

https://contemporarymysticism.org/video.asp