About

I am a spiritual seeker. I have explored many different religions looking for one that made sense to me and spoke to my heart and soul. I have been involved with traditional Christianity, Unity, the Catholic Church, then back to Unity and finally with Religious Science…so far.

I started this blog as a journal of my spiritual journey at this point. I seem to be in the middle of a lot of changes and challenges in my world, and when faced with those things, I tend to write about my thoughts and feelings. Since so many of us are faced with re-inventing ourselves lately, I thought maybe my journey could be an inspiration, or at least a place to talk about the issues and dilemmas that come up for a lot of us when we go through change. Feel free to comment or ask questions and if I don’t have an opinion or advice (which is rare), I’m sure someone else reading this will.

I chose the name Life Spiral because I choose to see my life as spiraling up in new and exciting ways, even though it may not always feel that way. It’s all in the perception.

The Celtic Symbol for Life Spiral

This structure is called the spiral of life and was found in the remnants of an old temple from the Bronze Age in Ireland. The sign is drawn in one single line without beginning or end. The circle, spiral and wheel are all powerful symbols representing the cycle of life, death and rebirth, including the seasons of the year.

Blessings!

Stephanie Pifer-Stone

5 comments on “About
  1. Bob says:

    Love your stories and insights. Have been thinking of starting my own on-line journal. You are a real inspiration in many ways.
    Keep on going.

  2. Frankie says:

    Hello Stephanie! I wanted to visit with you about Rev. Chris’s show and possibly participating. My schedule does allow me to participate on Monday mornings for 6 consecutive weeks. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
    Blessings,
    Frankie

  3. Crystal says:

    Thank you Rev. Stephanie. Beautiful….*tears*

  4. Thank you for writing about Dr. Andrea Beerman’s death, and most important, her life.
    I look forward to reading more of LifeSpiral. I, too, am on a spiritual quest. Aren’t we all, really, if we spend any time in reflection?
    Blessings to you and yours,
    Kathleen