Thursday, August 22, 2013

The Wounds that Open Us to the Seven Deadly Sins

I recently ran across a great video series that speak of  the Seven Deadly Sins as distress symptoms of emotional wounds. The speaker, Christina King, offers some fascinating insights on these sins and exposes some of the underlying wounds which may provide these sins fertile ground to take root in. I highly recommend watching them. Here's the link for those of you who are interested: Christina King on how the Seven Deadly Sins Correspond to Our Deep Emotional Wounds.

11 comments:

  1. Mary, thank you for this! I just took a quick look and clicked on the sin that I think is my number one of the seven deadly. I couldn't believe that the first words out of her mouth nailed me. I will go back and listen to all of them, but this is so interesting..and sounds like it will be very helpful. I need to pray for healing of this wound. God bless you dear friend..and thanks again. Hugs! xoxo

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  2. You're welcome, Patricia! I found them very interesting too and I knew I had to link to them so others could see them. I was aware of the connection between wounds and the seven deadly sins but these videos clarify it even more.

    Hugs to you too!

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  3. Wow, a great find. I'm also going to be linking this one and I'll be watching it again and taking notes. Really illuminating.

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  4. Hugs to you my faitful friend.....

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  5. Hi Shelly,
    Oh I'll be watching them again too and taking notes right along with you!

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  6. Hi Mary, Thanks for the link the videos sound great. In exchange here's a link to www.plusgrace.com a site that is hosted by two brothers in our diocese. So I thought it would be a good place to put a prayer only campaign there for Father Gordon MacRae. Check it out when you can. Take care, hope you had a wonderful summer.
    Bonnie

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  7. Hi Bonnie,
    Thank you for the link - a prayer campaign sounds great. I'll head on over to visit the site! I hope you had a nice summer too!

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  8. Have a good holiday Mary. You are always special to me. Hugs.

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  9. Thanks, Grace :) It goes both ways! Hugs to you too!

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  10. There's that Jesus picture on the right, looking at me again, with questioning eyes.

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