Holy week is the mystical time of Christ’s life between Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. The week starts with triumph, then tragedy, and ends with the miracle of miracles!
In this episode, I share my understanding of Holy week from a metaphysical perspective, and how these seven days, from triumph to tragedy to transformation, are universal themes on the spiritual path. I also share how to respond to our own “Holy Saturday” experiences, when one door closes but another is not yet revealed.
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“During your own ‘Holy Saturday,’ when your old life has died and the new is not yet revealed, remind yourself that you are a day away from a miracle.” – Rev. Frances Fayden
1) Holy Thursday is a turning point in the life of Christ, but it’s also a turning point for all of
us on the spiritual path.
2) Everything that Christ experienced in Holy Week, being betrayed by his close disciple,
being falsely accused, publicly humiliated, physically beaten and even killed, are our
worse nightmares. He willingly went through all of this to show us that our deepest
fears have no substance in reality, as we see on Easter Sunday.
3) Holy Saturday is a day of confusion, where the old way is no longer, and the new way
has not yet been revealed. The way to respond is to connect with Mother Mary and
remind yourself that you are a day away from a miracle.
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