Posts Categorized: Spirituality


Posted by & filed under Miracles, present moment, spiritual growth, Spirituality, Wayne Dyer.

 Today’s post is a Guest Post by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer   Why can’t I create miracles in my life? by Wayne Dyer  Ask yourself where your attention is focused. If you think of your life as a ship heading up the river, you’ll get the answer to this question. As your ship of life…
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Posted by & filed under Buddha, christian dogma, enlightenment, Lillian Danial, Meister Eckhart, orthodox, Ramakrishna, spiritual awakening, spiritual books, spiritual but not religious, Spirituality.

According to a recent Belief.netstory, roughly one-fifth of Americans describe themselves as “Spiritual but not Religious.” The story also says: A group of social scientists studied 346 people representing a wide range of religious backgrounds in an attempt to clarify what is implied when individuals describe themselves as “spiritual, but not religious.” Religiousness, they found,…
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Posted by & filed under determinism, free will, metanoia, spiritual awakening, Spirituality, What is Spirituality.

Tweet Share I remember the day when my own spiritual journey became serious, when there was no going back. I’d been attending a group for several months in New York City. There were many discussions about free will, questioning whether everything people do is just the passive result of external influences or if we really…
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Posted by & filed under Buried Treasure, Freemasons, Knights Templar, meaning of life, Meaning of Religious Symbols, mythology, Solomon, Spirituality.

TweetShare The dream of buried treasure has always fascinated the human mind: the lost treasure of the Pharaohs, buried in Egyptian tombs; the jewel-filled treasure chests of pirates, buried on Caribbean Islands; the incalculable treasure of Solomon’s Temple, discovered by the Knights Templar and hidden once again by the Freemasons. In an age of science,…
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Of Dads, and Daughters, and What to Make of Eden?

Posted by & filed under Adam and Eve, Bible, biblical symbolism, faith, Fatherhood, fathers, fathers and daughters, religious unity, Spirituality.

I’m a Dad. I have a seventeen-year-old daughter and she’s the love of my life. She’s at the age where I know I’ll be sending her off into the world soon, all by herself. I get pretty misty-eyed when I think about that. I wonder if she’ll be happy, if she’ll make a wonderful life,…
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The Times We Live In

Posted by & filed under American Culture, Andrew Cort, Education, Politics, Religion, Return to Meaning, Science, Science and Religion, Spirituality.

This is my first post in my new blog. I’m hoping to initiate conversations about the state of our world, with an emphasis on how religion, spirituality, science, education, and politics, all impact each other, our individual psyches, and our common civilization.