Jung at Heart By JIM RIDLEY Nov. 12, 2015 (pieces of my recent interview with Jim Ridley of the Nashville Scene) Since July, a nonprofit called the Nashville Jung Circle has hosted discussions and community events focused on the precepts of Carl Gustav Jung, the father of analytical psychology and a pioneering… More Sherry Cothran, rocker turned Methodist minister, on a Nashville nonprofit furthering the ideas of Carl Jung
“I met a man who showed me my life.” This is what the Samaritan woman said after her life changing, five minute meeting with Jesus at the well where she had come to draw water. The woman with five husbands and one lover, the woman most people would consider disposable, he considered valuable. I’ve always… More From Chaos to Creation: Awakening To The Gift in You
Dance with the thunder, the chaos, the madness… dance. When you encounter your obstacle, be it fear or that hollow, anxious feeling you cannot name that haunts you in the too-tight spaces of life and in the hollow of your belly, like the ancients, dance. Your fear has a story to tell you about you,… More There Is Only The Dance
Once upon a time, for about a decade or so, I made my living writing and singing songs and jingles. I became rather deft at pitching products like my own rock band, The Evinrudes, and major American brands such as Ford and McDonalds. With a well-honed voice, a quick turn of the phrase and catchy tune,… More The Jesus Business: Hook or Gift?
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She appeared there in the field, out of nowhere, naked, as if she had fallen fresh from the sky. She was beautiful, too, her long, white hair the length of her body, flowing in the wind, a vision to behold. Two men spotted her, they had set out from the…