Julian of Norwich was an Anchorite in 14th Century medieval times. Why is she relevant today? We have a lot in common with her day. Plagues and uprisings!
Part 3 "Mysterious Ways" from a Day in the Life of Julian of Norwich. Here is an excerpt "One of my sayings that has become famous due to the poet you know as T. S. Elliot is “All shall be well: and you shall see, yourself, that all manner of thing shall be well” – I am glad if you can take some comfort in these words during these distressing times of global fear and anxiety about the great sickness sweeping the globe.
Remember that everything in God’s eyes is in perfect alignment and all shall indeed be well in the end. Faith and trust in these words will bring you back to your centre of grace. Acceptance of all that is, will be the alchemy that changes your inner landscape to one of peace amongst chaos." Wise words from a nun that lived seven hundred years ago! Join me for more
What does a 14th Century nun have in common with the lockdowns from 2020? I am an author, living in Norwich, Norfolk, UK. During the difficult self-isolation starting in April 2020, I wrote a little series about inner resilience. Narrated as 'Julian of Norwich', I tell the tale of her near death experience. We can learn a lot from an Anchorite, someone who agrees to be locked away in a cell annexed to a church. After a near death experience from the plague, Julian received many visions when she was...
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