Radical loving is bold, fierce, far-reaching and transformational. It is the energy of loving that is calling us forward at this time in the face of rancor, fear, and voices of anger that would separate us.
You are invited to join with Rebecca Skeele in an informal meet and greet gathering where we can open up to how to live from a compassionate and loving heart and speak up for our deepest values. Light refreshments will be served.read more
In Video #1 of A Month of Radical Loving, I share the ‘back story’ of why I am bringing this teaching forward at this time and several definitions of the word ‘radical’. Radical loving is the medicine for our confusion, our fear, hurt, sadness and broken heart.
Radical loving is loving in action and over the weeks to come I will share different aspects that I believe make up this opportunity for us to put our hearts in action – in service to all.read more
Video #2 – Compassion: Radical Loving In Action
Compassion takes the fire and passion of our hearts and puts it into our hands. Hands that can touch, heal, comfort, create and go to work.
Compassion sees all but does not turn away from the ugliness of cruelty and hate. But rather than strike out and create more rancor, compassion moves in the direction of justice grounded in sacred action in service to the greater good.read more
Video #3 –Radical loving requires that we keep our heart open
When we are coming from radical loving we are all in – doing what we can with what we have. Even if there is outrage; even if we feel helpless and hopeless; even in the face of a world view that would diminish us.
Not allowing the despair or social outrage to take us into a place of helplessness or hopelessness is radical.
Radical loving requires sacred action!
Our bond with the sacred is not in righteousness but in aligning each action with wisdom, loving and what each of us holds as holy and blessed.
We must be responsible with the fire in our hearts and constantly bring our projections of wrongdoing back to our self for inner reflection, acceptance, and forgiveness.