Peter Falkenberg Brown
 
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A Mystical Life

These essays touch on aspects of love, beauty, joy, and freedom as they relate to a spiritual life: a mystical life of living with God, the indwelling Source of Life.

The Power of Eternal Goals
At the age of fifty-two, in 2007, when I wrote the original version of this essay, I realized that I had to expand my external goals to include my life in the spirit world. I should have realized this much earlier in life, but for many years I had separated my goals. My “external” career goals went only as far as the end of my life in the physical world. My goals for the spirit world were limited to “internal” goals, such as loving God and loving people. I now feel that this is too limiting. In my opinion, we won’t stop working in the afterlife. We’ll want to do something. more
Life Begins in God’s Embrace
~ a Christmas meditation on the gifts of love
The feeling of being loved by an invisible source grows exponentially as we notice the gifts of love that we receive every day. Even gifts from human beings are not just from those fine individuals, because their love is part of a continuum of love that preexisted their birth. Thus, a gift from one person is a gift from the Creator of love and the creator of gifts. No one can say, “I created love. I created beauty,” no matter how far back in history one goes. more
One Day Our Soul Will Smile
On June 1, 2019, I found myself very comforted during a late-night prayer with a message about love and the confidence that the day will come for each person when their soul will smile.
Think of how many people look and feel. They are exhausted by their pain. They may know that they were created to feel differently, but they cannot muster the spark that will light the fire of love that will one day burst forth from their soul. They are too tired at the moment. more
Is There a God and What is God Like?
~ Exploring the evidence of love

Written on November 28, 2017
The essay below was originally published as a video on YouTube. I've finally published the text version here, with all of the photos and artwork that are in the video.
Is it non-intellectual and foolish to believe that God exists? Is there any evidence in the world around us that will demonstrate that God exists and also show us what God is like? more
2019 New Year's Day Divine Writing Message:
Open all of your senses to my continuous embrace of love.
I received the following message from God, in prayer on January 1, 2019, New Year's Day, during a Divine Writing Communion session. more
Divine Writing Communion Selections
~ See link at bottom for a formatted PDF version of this article.
The answers I receive have comforted me, inspired me, and surprised me. I believe that all people can communicate with God in this fashion. I also believe that because every person’s relationship with God is unique, the words that one person receives may or may not be relevant to anyone else. I believe that no one can be closer to each of us than God. Thus, we have to seek our own counsel with God in the most private and personal way. more
Divine Writing Communion and the Joy of Living with God
“God has enough of everything; caressing souls is the only thing he cannot get enough of.” ~ Mechthild of Magdeburg
I am well aware of the fact that “receiving messages from God” is a controversial practice, since no one really knows—including the recipient of the messages—if the messages come from God, one’s higher self, one’s imagination, or even from a discarnate entity other than God (benevolent or otherwise). more
Can Humans Become Beings of Love?
What are we capable of, as human beings? Can we become perfect or divine or magnificent? We look at grand figures in history or fictional heroes and heroines and feel instinctively that that is how we should be. Yet, “becoming perfect” or growing beyond the “normal” status of humans is extraordinarily difficult. We may sometimes grumble, “Nobody’s perfect. We’re just human.” more
The True Identity of Humans
How we view other humans is closely tied to how we view ourselves. Who are we? What is our identity? To me, this question is one of the central questions of life on earth. I believe that the answer goes far beyond opinions and belongs instead to the realm of scientific truth. As much as we can all finally agree that the world is round, I believe that one day we’ll all agree on a clear definition of the true identity of humans. The science that proves this will undoubtedly boggle our minds. Until then, I believe that the proof rests in our hearts. more
Bouguereau - Lullaby - Thumbnail Saved by the Love of God
“No one can stop me from communicating with each and every human being. No one can stop me from whispering words of love to their souls, or embracing them continuously. No one can say that any individual is unworthy to be loved by me, or doesn’t have the ability to hear me and feel my loving presence.” more
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