All my books explore the many ways we can find the activity of Christ in our lives. Leaving the church aside, we can look for the simple ways he is active in every day moments. In our thoughts and feelings, in our activity, Christ is there, we just have to recognize him. In my work on The Revelation, the last book in the Bible, I found many references to everyday moments with Christ.
“Worthy art thou, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power [thanks], for thou didst create all things, and by thy will they existed and were created.” Rev 4:11
“When it says, ‘Worthy art thou, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power’ this word ‘power’ is really ‘thanks’ Eucharisteo, the love feast, the celebration of the transformation of our lower self to its higher counterpart. This takes place when we are able to take the spiritual into our physical being, uniting the two. It is through the Eucharist that we find a real union with Christ. We take the bread and wine into ourselves. It used to be from the outside that we took something consecrated into us.
Now that the living presence of Christ permeates everything, from now on, we must increasingly experience the Eucharist within us. Through our contemplation of spiritual truth, our thoughts and contemplations on the Christ deed, our bodies become the consecrated bread and our blood becomes the consecrated wine. Our conscious feelings, thoughts and will can permeate and spiritualise our inner being – thoughts and feelings as fully consecrated as the bread and wine have been on the altars of churches over the last few thousand years. All external thoughts and external forms are transitory; the Christ-thought lives in ever-new forms in the hearts and souls of humanity – this is the reason for the celebrations John beholds.” Kristina Kaine, “The Soul’s Secret Unveiled in the Book of Revelation
Amfortas as he prays before the Grail by Franz Stassen.
The book is available in 2 volumes for e-readers Vol 1 and Vol 2
or paperback under two titles
The Soul’s Secret
The Virgin and The Harlot