During these last days of Lent, The Passion and Death of Jesus Christ face us with the tragic realities of this season. Yet with all its hardship, treachery, and sacrifice, Lent and Easter are a magnificent love story–a story of a God who so loves us that he sent his only Son to live among us and to be  sacrificed in the most painful way for the errors of humankind.    This bitter-sweet Mystery of Golgotha is the core of Christianity.  Jesus crucifixion has its true ending in how we accept his gift so we, too, may have eternal life.

Where To Find The Imagery and Recordings For These Final Days of Lent

You’ll find the final days of Jesus life and death in the blogs done last year.  I’ve made minor alterations in them to recognize the holy women who were so close to Jesus during these sorrowful days.   Here’s where you’ll find them in the Archives, which is in the column on the right of the blog.

April 2, 2012 Jesus is Condemned to Death – This includes Conspiracy Against Jesus, The Last Supper and Jesus Condemnation to Death

April 2, 2012  The Crucifixion from The Carrying of the Cross Onward

April 4, 2012  Mary Endures Jesus Death – The Burial of Jesus and Discovery of the Empty Tomb

April 6, 2012 –   Jesus Burial and Resurrection

May you feel the love of God surrounding you in the glory of Jesus resurrection on Easter Sunday!

Thank you for being with me during this blessed season.  Colette’s Imagery continues next week.


About Barbara

Barbara recently co-edited The Encyclopedia of Mental Imagery with Dr. Gerald Epstein, founder and director of the American Institute for Mental Imagery. The book features 2100 visualization exercises for personal development, healing and self-development and also is a resource for professionals using imagery in their fields. An ordained Interfaith Minister, Barbara features rituals for religious holidays on a blog, an outreach service for those who worship from home. These rituals and the exercises feature Audio Imagery.Barbara also is an editor and holds two Aurora Gold Awards for "excellence in the film and video industries;" has developed public strategies for 12 successful election campaigns and has increased membership and funding for not-for-profit organizations using these same techniques to increase visibility. While CEO of Programs for Parents services increased from 100 to several thousand children and childcare professionals from licensed and monitored childcare settings.
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