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Thanks to my listeners who have been patiently (and some not so patiently) waiting for me to post Part 2 of my interview with with Dr. Karen Wyatt, MD, America’s spiritual MD.

Author of “What Really Matters: 7 Lessons for Living from the Stories of the Dying,” Karen is a family physician and hospice caregiver who has been present for hundreds of deaths, kept a journal of her observations, and brilliantly conveyed her insights. I especially enjoy talking with Karen about how the ancient and original words of Jesus helps us find balance and inspiration, and for savoring every moment of this amazing gift we call life. Please join me for Part 2 of my interview with Dr. Karen Wyatt, MD.

In this episode you’ll learn about:

  • Equanimity. Being vs Doing. Finding balance
  • The account of Jesus asleep in the back of the boat from Matthew 8: 23-27
  • The Aramaic Bible
  • The Eastern side of Jesus
  • The seven statements of the dying Jesus
  • Matthew 27:46 in the King James Version: “And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, ‘Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?’ that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” Jesus’ words in the original ancient Aramaic: “Eil, Eil, l’mana sh’wik-thani?” interpreted “I AM,’ ‘I AM,’ wherefore have you left me?” “Eil” is a title of Allaha, It has not been translated in English as such, therefore the more acceptable designation “I AM” is used. Idiomatically, “Wherefore” implies destiny. “Sh’wik-thani” is the only correct transliteration, and it means “left me” in the sense of the purpose for which Jesus was left on the cross. It absolutely does not mean “forsaken” in this usage.
  • Does God evert truly forsake any of us?
  • “Prayers of the Cosmos” by  Neil Douglas-Klotz and Matthew Fox
  • The Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic
  • Rediscovering Jesus’ powerful teachings of love and forgiveness after leaving organized Christianity
  • Heaven is manifest on earth.
  • The Kingdom of God, and the Kingdom of Heaven, is within you. “Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.” Jesus (Luke 17:21)
  • Embrace life right now!
  • Hell is of our own creation
  • “Love Wins” by Rob Bell
  • Accept that life is a mystery, and we will die. Prepare now by thinking about love and forgiveness.
  • Contemplative prayer
  • Gratitude journal
  • The importance and value of being present
  • Karen’s other books and a sneak preview of her next book: Learning What Really Matters
  • Eckhart Tolle
  • Carolyn Myss

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