Zulma Arroyo
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Zulma is a facilitator with an intuitive ability to work with people from diverse ages, social and cultural backgrounds. Since 2010, she’s been sharing insights in her column Spiritual Storehouse.

Be willing to learn ...

(Versión en español al final)

I recently returned from driving thousands of miles to pick up my young granddaughters. Anyone who has traveled with young children knows the challenge of keeping them entertained. I had no DVD player or CDs, …

Escrito el 18 Jun 2018

All is not pretty ...

By Zulma Arroyo

(Versión en español al final)

It is hard to admit that we live in a society where negativity rules and problems abound. No wonder we can’t seem to find viable solutions, even to the simplest glitches! However, …

Escrito el 18 Feb 2018

What am I thinking?

Do you ever scrutinize your thoughts? I do. Sometimes, I catch them before they ‘grow minds of their own.’ The practice of self-observation has helped me to notice repeating thought patterns. Before this scrutiny, I could not see how these …

Escrito el 16 Jan 2018

A whole new spin

The 21st century has brought us many conveniences through its technologies, there’s no doubt about that. But, it has also isolate us in an individual/virtual world, which sometimes makes us forget that others exist. People are experiencing many natural disasters …

Escrito el 13 Nov 2017

When uncertainty abounds

What do you do when you don’t know what to do? Lately, I had been asking myself that question. The answer was eluding me because of the constant bombardment of distracting negative news that disturbed my peace. I had found …

Escrito el 25 Aug 2017

Father is guiding our way

I was reminded this morning of this truth: Jesus connects us to the Father. This connection is Christ, both THE ANOINTED ONE and His ANOINTING IN US. This living knowledge compels us to live in gratitude, to persuade others to …

Escrito el 14 Jun 2017

Let love reign

(Versión en español al final)

One day in 2007, the topic of my leadership class was religion and diversity. The instructor had invited a six-member panel: a Christian, a Muslim and a representative of the Baha’i Faith, a …

Escrito el 16 Feb 2017

Decisions, ...

I was reminded of a song from the singer/writer/actor Ruben Blades “decision each day, some win, some miss. Ave Maria…” Every day we make decisions that, inescapably, have repercussion. These decisions are made at the physical level: what to wear, …

Escrito el 12 Sep 2016

Do you ...

Parables are like crystals. Depending on how the light shines, they become prisms displaying countless colors. Their multifaceted lights, metaphorically, show the multileveled LIVING WORD. Permit me to share what was revealed to me during a time of quiet meditation …

Escrito el 01 Jul 2015

To Be Real ...

Are you familiar with the game picture nary? It is played in teams; one draws an image and others have to guess what the image represents before the timer sounds. Well, it appears that some think that God plays …

Escrito el 01 May 2015

The womb ...

It saddens me to hear fellow Christians say ‘I am not perfect’ as if this was good sign. Mostly, it is said to justify ‘error’ (which is the very meaning of the word ‘sin).’ And, every time I think of …

Escrito el 15 Apr 2015

You are a ...

By Zulma Arroyo

Do you remember the account of Moses with the bush that burned but was not consumed? I was shown that the burning bush is like a mirror in which we can see ourselves. The reason we are …

Escrito el 16 Mar 2015