Grieve your dark days only to awaken from them with greater depths of compassion, with greater awareness of love’s many expressions, and let them rise from you, and with you, into time free of the concreteness of the past.

 

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From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, from Course of Love Publications

 

 

Mari Perron, in dialogue with Mary of Nazareth, heard these words.

 

 

It is giving and receiving as one that has made way for that foretold as the way of Mary, and our revelation of the way of Mary coming in Mirari—the way of wonder.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

We begin again with an unused term that will allow us a blank page, a

page devoid of any previous determinations.

We begin with a word both new and ancient.

We begin with a return to the way of the Word made flesh.

This will be the time of wonder—or Mirari.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

Here, in our time of bringing the miracle to mystery . . . we offer Mirari as the way of the divine feminine . . .

Mirari is the particular wonder of the unknown as it is made known to us. It is the bringing of what is beyond comprehension into an acceptance of wonder . . . as a way of knowing in itself.

The feminine is literally being pushed—squeezed by the twin “feminine” forces of time and eternity, into predominance—to birth new life. This is also the wonder of Mirari: New Life.

We invite each to humility of heart and mightiness of heart. To be willing, once again, to bring strength forward with what is soft and yielding but that will not change its nature nor what it knows in the yielding. This strength may not always triumph, but it will not yield its own nature, which would be defeat. This is the distinction you must each begin to make. You will not always affect the change you wish to affect, but if you always keep your own nature, what happens will be immaterial. 

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

We do not impart but extend and enfold. We “show” the way of our origin by being original. We show the way of creation by being creators. We show each other ourselves by being true to the selves we are. We see each as who they are via the reflection of the truth.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

This is not the masculine energy of going out to conquer the world. This is the birth of the new world.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

Know your power of creation.

Power alone is not the same as “the power of creation.” This power is not the power of what is passing. What is passing in humanity is the power of illusion. What is passing is the power of destruction. What is passing is tolerance for “power over.” What is passing is the power of the many over the one and the one over the many.

We begin to work now with the power of creation and this alone. Are you ready?

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

Here, in our time of bringing the miracle to mystery . . . we offer Mirari as the way of the divine feminine, shared in whispers of awe and with an embrace of foresight. 

Mirari is the particular wonder of the unknown as it is made known to us. It is the bringing of what is beyond comprehension into an acceptance of wonder . . . as a way of knowing in itself.

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

To feel the support of love is to paint the new picture that is not sanitized. This is the sweetness of love. It does not sanitize. It is not a resume. It is not a list of accomplishments brushed clean of trial and error, of pain and loss. This sanitization of love is what keeps it less than the power that it is. To endure the pain of love, the dark of love, to come into the light of love, is to cast aside the loneliness of love .

From Mirari: The Way of the Marys, © Mari Perron, available from Amazon.

 

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