At EMpower Trip 2019, a participant shared a goal that she had written on her vision board. Later when she was moving some things, she erased the vision from the board but not from the depths of her heart. She moved through life not dwelling on the goal - continuing wi...

February 16, 2019

"One day, I know the struggle will change. There's got to be a change - not only for Mississippi, not only for the people in the United States, but people all over the world."

Fannie Lou Hamer

When Fannie Lou Hamer burst on the scene in 1944, she was destined for greatne...

December 5, 2018

“I’m going to meet Oprah.”  In the weeks leading up to my attending the University of Massachusetts' Chancellor’s Speaker Series at the Tsongas Arena, I, repeatedly, proclaimed these five words.  To colleagues at networking events, to my parishioners, to my students, t...

September 17, 2018

This time of year is one of my favorite times of the year.  Fall colors, cooler temperatures, and the beginning of the holiday season are marked by the shift from Summer to Fall.  Where I live in New England, the foliage is beautiful. (Each time I drive along the highw...

September 1, 2018

It has often been said that what we don’t know can’t hurt us, as if our inability to see something automatically makes us immune from its effects.  When it comes to wounding – emotional, psychological, or spiritual – what we don’t know and can’t see hurts us deeply.  I...

August 15, 2018

A few days ago, I made the journey to drop my oldest daughter off for her first day of college.  Of course, this experience was bittersweet. It was sweet because this is what we work to do as parents; raise engaged, successful children that have the confidence, wisdom,...

July 31, 2018

If you have been anywhere on social media in the last few weeks, you may have seen the trending hashtag; #churchhurt.  This trend has produced some laughable examples of #churchhurt and made a spectacle of what some people experience in their congregations. While on th...

June 28, 2018

My daughter came home from school one day last fall and announced that she wanted to go to Europe during the summer with People to People International Travel Programs.

Enthusiastic that she wanted to venture out and see the world, I agreed that it was a great idea. Th...

March 5, 2018

“Who are you, Terrlyn!?  Who are you!? Who are you!?”  A few moments prior to our co-facilitation of a workshop, I was asked this powerful and piercing question by spiritual leader Sister Dr. Jenna, who is the founder of Meditation Museums I & II. We were discussing th...

October 2, 2017

A Clergy, A Critic, and A Coach

A clergy, a critic and a coach walk into a bar...hmmm that would be interesting! I wish I had a joke… BUT… I don’t.  What I do have are wonderful journey lessons from each.  Recently, I had conversations (well sort of) with all three. Eac...

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"Sacred intelligence is being able to tap into that internal source that we all have to make good decisions that manifest one's greatness!"

Dr. Terrlyn L. Curry Avery

Pastologist: Psychology Ph.D., MDiv.

Owner, Sacred Intelligence, LLC

I work with individuals and small groups on cultivating a strong relationship with the Sacred (however you define that). To begin this journey on your own, download our free offering, Golden Rules to Deepen Your Sacred, Selfish, and Shared Relationships by going HERE 


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