Posts Categorized: sacred quest

THE HAJJ

Posted by & filed under different faiths, Hajj, interfaith, Islam, Islam Religion of Peace, islamic stories, ka'bah, Mecca, Pilgrimage, sacred quest.

TweetShare Each year, Muslims from all over the world travel to Mecca, the site of the Ka’bah that was built by Abraham and Ishmael, to praise and give thanks to God, to ask pardon for their sins, and to renew their spiritual commitment through an elaborate series of rites and rituals. One of the five…
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AN INVITATION/REQUEST FOR REVIEWS

Posted by & filed under book reviews, islamic stories, jewish christian, sacred quest, spiritual awakening, spiritual books, symbols meaning.

TweetShare Are you interested in the topics we discuss on this website? The esoteric Symbolism of spiritual and religious stories? The sacred inner Quest for Enlightenment? The underlying Unity of all our traditions? The hope for international and intercultural Friendship and Peace?  I would like to invite any interested readers of my Blog to read,…
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“DOOR TO THE MIND” RADIO INTERVIEW

Posted by & filed under Adam and Eve, Door to the Mind, esoteric exoteric, Paula Hutson, Radiah Nunez, Radio interview, Sacred Feminine, sacred quest, What does the Bible mean.

TweetShare I had the pleasure of speaking last night with hosts Paula Hutson and Radiah Nunez on their Radio Program The Door To The Mind, a joint program with KDCL Media and the H20 Network. You can download the show and listen to it instantly by CLICKING HERE. (It begins with a rather-too-long-musical interlude, and the…
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LOVE, GOD, AND THE ART OF FRENCH COOKING

Posted by & filed under Dante, Hay House, James F. Twyman, Love God French Cooking, meaning of life, music spirituality, Roger Dufau, sacred quest, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.

TweetShare A Review of the New Book by James F. Twyman We experience many incredible moments of opportunity in our lives, notes James Twyman in his new book from Hay House, Love, God, and the Art of French Cooking: “brief encounters and events that have the potential to transform us. But these moments are often…
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THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD

Posted by & filed under Bible Symbols, Dante, Divine Comedy, Moses, Red Sea, religious symbols, sacred quest, spiritual awakening, symbols meaning, where in the Bible.

TweetShare In his Divine Comedy, the great Dante would weave a tale of waking up to find himself “lost in the woods”. He looks up and sees his home a short distance away on top of a hill, so he sets off to return there by the quickest possible route, i.e., by walking directly up…
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