Fujiko’s Daily Lift discusses our experiences washing feet in the dusty desert in Black Rock City at Burning Man 2013. Some wonderful ideas in her talk, and some excellent comments from people who have listened to this lift.
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Fujiko Signs, CSB will be giving a talk / workshop on the topic of “Love without Limits, Life Without Fear” on Wednesday 8/28/13 at 4-5:45 pm in the Triad (part of Red Lightning camp located at 8:45 and Esplanade.)
Here’s the description of her talk:
Are you willing to become like a little child? How does childlike trust connect you with your inner source, your creator, God, Love? What is your concept of prayer? Should we expect healing when we pray or think about our relationship with God, who is Life? What is truth that is universal and unifying? When we accept God as Love and Life, we may experience more love and vitality. Come and explore these ideas with a lecturer who herself questions these ideas. She was inspired by many healing accounts in the Bible and especially the words and works of Christ Jesus who understood the relationship between consciousness and healing.
Come join us on Wednesday at Red Lightning!
I was first introduced to Darren Wilson on the way to Burning Man. Nate and I were staying at my friend Jackie’s totally huge, but empty, house outside of Palo Alto with his wife and mom who only speaks Chinese.
Giant rooms with wood floors – totally empty. I remember these details because it’s on these floors that I watched the trailer for Darren’s third movie, “Father of Lights.” It changed my life.
“People are traveling around the world healing people the way Jesus did? And someone is filming it?”
I know why God showed me it then. My experience at Burning Man would be pretty similar to the content in Darren’s films.
So, as we gear up for Round 2, I brought the most recent installment in the Christian healing trilogy, Holy Ghost, to the attention of the Burning Man group.
We know that by supporting this project, we’re supporting our own. I encourage you, dear reader, to support both. This is what Christianity is all about!