Posts Categorized: Jala ad-Din Rumi

GLOBALIZED SOUL: STORIES FROM THE TIPPING POINT TO A NEW WORLD

Posted by & filed under Cynthia Lukas, Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Enya, Globalized Soul, Heaven on Earth Creations, Jala ad-Din Rumi, Jewish Muslim Christian, Kell Kearns, Philip Glass, Ravi Shankar, Rumi Returning.

A Film by Kell Kearns and Cynthia Lukas Tweet Share From Andrew Cort: Today concludes our September “Celebration of Spiritual and Religious Unity, Wisdom and Friendship.” I’ve chosen to wrap up the month by featuring this brilliant and inspiring new film from Kell Kearns and Cynthia Lukas. The following article from Religion Today Online says…
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Rumi

Posted by & filed under Coleman Barks, Deepak Chopra, Haydn Reiss, Huston Smith, Jala ad-Din Rumi, Michael Meade, Mystical Poetry, Robert Bly, Rumi, Rumi:Poet of the Heart, Sufi, Sufi Poetry, Sufism, The Guest House.

As we begin a series of Guest Posts on the theme of Spiritual and Religious Wisdom and Unity, I thought it a good idea to kick off the series with this wonderful poem by Rumi:                                                               GUEST HOUSE This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression,…
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Tomorrow Begins a Series of Guest Blogs: A Dedication

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogs, Gurdjieff, interfaith, Jala ad-Din Rumi, Jung, Richard Trapnell, Shamanism, Surobindo, Unity, World Religions, World traditions.

Tomorrow, August 8th, we begin a series of Guest Blogs on Religious and Spiritual Traditions from around the world, with an emphasis on Unity and Friendship amongst different peoples and different faiths. The first post discusses the mystical Sufi poet Rumi. Subsequent posts cover such topics as Buddhism, Islam, the Kabbalah, Jung, Sri Aurobindo, Esoteric Christianity,…
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