Liminal Symbols in Austere Landscapes

Liminal Symbols in Austere Landscapes

It was my pleasure to recently take an extended motorcycle trip through the western and southwestern United States, particularly Colorado and Utah. The natural landscapes suggest all manner of threshold, passage and transition. The natural arch is created from the...
When Liminal Becomes Mystical

When Liminal Becomes Mystical

Our guest blogger is Nita Gilger, educator, writer and explorer  of nature and spirit. Nita and I share a piece in which she serves as the storyteller as I echo her narrative with indented and italicized commentary from the insights of liminality. I do not own an...
Spiritual Uncertainty

Spiritual Uncertainty

Our guest blogger today is Debra Jarvis – pastor, chaplain, writer, blogger, pod-caster. Her most recent book is It’s Not About the Hair: And Other Certainties of Life & Cancer and she is the host of the podcast, “The Final Say: Conversations...
The Threshold of Wow

The Threshold of Wow

Our guest blogger is Patricia Adams Farmer, minister, writer, blogger, educator, and author of Embracing a Beautiful God. This article was first published on Spirituality & Practice, June 3, 2019. So you must not be frightened . . . if a sadness rises up before...
Doubt and Liminality – Nicole Conner

Doubt and Liminality – Nicole Conner

Nicole Conner is no stranger to The Liminality Project. She is an Australian writer, blogger, narrative therapist and contributor to Neither Here nor There: The Many Voices of Liminality. Nicole was a recent guest on the Faith Disrupted podcast and shared thoughts...
Meditating on the Liminal Passages

Meditating on the Liminal Passages

Understanding the nature of liminal passages – their dynamics, the predictive states of emotional and social upheaval, and the potential for transformation and growth – is a distinct advantage for those who posses such knowledge. But how can we meditate on...