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Spirituality: The Bottom Line

Whadda ya know?

Spirituality: Impersonating Jed McKenna

"No man is a prophet in his own country."

Spirituality: Enlightening Cinema

"Let me tell you why you're here. You're here because you know something. What you know, you can't explain. But you feel it. You felt it your entire life. That there's something wrong with the world. You don't know what it is, but it's there. Like a splinter in your mind ? driving you mad." -Morpheus, The Matrix

Heaven Bound: Win The Race!

Billy Graham once said, ?Being a Christian is more than just an instantaneous conversion; it is like a daily process whereby you grow to be more and more like Christ.?

5 Ways To Learn More About The Orisha

The Orisha are the Messengers of Oludumare, the God/dess of the Yoruba Traditional Spiritual Tradition known as Ifa. The Yoruba Spiritual Tradition is centered in West Africa in what is now called Nigeria. During the time of the enslavement of African people in the New World, known as the Maafa ( Kiswahilli for Great Disaster), Ifa came to the Americas and the Caribbean. Anyone caught practicing the religion was put to death.

Moving On Gracefully: Leaving Your Spiritual Group

While there are alot of warnings and admonishments regarding what to look for in a spiritual community there is very little to rely on when you are contemplating moving on.

Some Evidence of How We Are Spiritually Connected

It has long been surmised that emotional trauma can lead to physical illness. It is also conceptualized that such toxic trauma fragments may exist at the level of our energy fields. Treatments such as EFT ( Emotional Freedom Technique?), TFT (Thought Field Therapy?), TT (Therapeutic Touch?) and others seek to restore the individual's energy field.

A Meaningful Relationship That is Not Yukky

Good morning Roy, good morning Joseth

You Are Not Your Stuff

We humans are a funny, funny breed. We spend our entire lives working and working and working to acquire ?stuff?. We buy and surround ourselves with the biggest, fanciest this or that when all the while what we really need and want is something you can?t buy anywhere. The thing we all spend our time doing is looking to experience a feeling of significance. It seems most of our actions are rooted in and motivated by our desire to either gain significance or maintain the significance we believe we?ve achieved. I believe that if you take a hard look at what motivates the majority of your actions you?ll begin to see that this is true. You want to feel like you count. You want it to matter that you?re around.

Lectio Divina -- Reading the Bible for Spiritual Growth

Lectio divina is a very useful and practical discipline for spiritual growth. Rooted in ancient monasticism, the practice is a fourfold cycle: Reading, Meditation, Prayer, and Contemplation. In fact, the term itself means ?sacred reading.?

Why Do Bad Things Happen to Good People?

Did you ever see something go wrong around you and suddenly burst out, ?How on Earth did I create that??

Alone in a World Filled With Only Me

We come into this world alone, we experience physical life alone and we die alone.

Acknowledging the Existence of Your Soul

Talking about your "soul" and the deeper things in life is so frequently considered as spun out or weird in modern, take-away-eating, order-it-on-the-internet life, but if you are one of these people, you'll find that letting go of socialistic trends like these will free you in a way that you simply cannot be freed in a materialists world.

Acknowledging Emotions and Feelings

We'll begin with a question:

Reflections On Eckhart Tolles Concept Of The Pain-Body

First, there is the field of complete consciousness.

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