Spirituality

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Resilience

Essay

...The car is now standing still. I smell the disaster before I see it. A smell of fuel and burnt steel. Where are the kids? Not in the car. I look for them on the highway. I find their bodies. I take care of them until ambulances arrive. While running from one child to another, I discover strength in me.

Presence at the Edge of Our Practice

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Humanity is in a time of transition, one that we can navigate successfully only with a shift in consciousness. How can we wake up from the collective neuroses that have driven our civilization into decadence and decline?

Oasis of White Silence in the Heart of Manhattan

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“Art is God’s way of clearing the path to our hearts.” These are the words of Dominique de Menil, who […]

The Soul of Humanity and the New Civilization

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The things we now esteem fixed shall, one by one, detach themselves like ripe fruit from our experience and fall… […]

Nondual Christianity – Seriously?

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In fall 2009, I was on a homebound flight from San Francisco that happened also to be carrying several returning […]

Kali Takes the World: Dark Night of the World Soul

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By Vera de Chalambert These dark nights strip the soul of old spiritual ideas and attachments, and through radical spiritual disorientation, abandonment, and finally annihilation, they bring the soul into ultimate union.

Science and Religion: Toward a Universal Path of Divine Love

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How did you move from mathematical physics and environmental science to gender equity and reconciliation, and then to the universal […]

Pilgrimage: A Path of Practice for the New Activism

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It was a long day on El Camino, The Way of Saint James, the famed thousand-year old pilgrimage route across […]

Reflections on Our Pilgrimage Into Society

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In February 2016, we started out on a pilgrimage—one with no time limit. Beforehand, we had given away all our […]