Tag Archives: celibate

Learning to See

Bias from the Bottom: Week 2 Learning to See Monday, March 28, 2016 I would have never seen my own white privilege if I had not been forced outside of my dominant white culture by travel, by working in the jail, by hearing stories from counselees, and frankly, by making a complete fool of myself… Continue Reading Learning to See

Unitive Consciousness

Paul: Week 1 Unitive Consciousness Tuesday, March 8, 2016 After conversion, self-consciousness (in the negative sense) slowly falls away and is replaced by what the mystics call pure consciousness or unitive consciousness—which is love. Self-consciousness implies a dualistic split. There is me over here, judging, analyzing, labeling that or me over there. The mind is… Continue Reading Unitive Consciousness

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