When I was a child…..

What is spiritual maturity?  How do we know that our decisions are grounded in mature spiritual experience?  When are our choices motivated by unmet childhood needs and when are they motivated by mature adult needs?

As the labyrinth has a center, we must also have a center.  As we walk toward the center of the labyrinth, we walk toward the center of ourselves.  As we become familiar with our center, the more confident we become that we are making choices which are grounded in maturity.  It is not that our decisions are good or bad, right or wrong.  They just become more mature.

As I walk the labyrinth, may I be reminded of my own center as a move toward and away from the center of the path.

 

copyright 2009

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