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Dividing the Field of the Moment

Nondual Consciousness Dividing the Field of the Moment Tuesday, August 16, 2016 Most of us tend to cut every new idea or situation in half and eliminate that which we do not understand or things that are beyond our present experience. Not only do we divide the field of the moment, but we almost immediately… Continue Reading Dividing the Field of the Moment

Your Life Is Not about You

Initiation Your Life Is Not about You Wednesday, May 25, 2016 One reason we Christians have misunderstood many of Jesus’ teachings is that we have not seen Jesus’ way of education as that of a spiritual master. He wants to situate us in a larger life, which he calls the “Reign of God.” But instead… Continue Reading Your Life Is Not about You

From the Specific to the Universal

Scripture: Week 1 From the Specific to the Universal Wednesday, February 24, 2016 The Israelites gradually learned the transformative power of God’s action in their lives, as we see often in Isaiah and so many of the prophets. What formed a prophet was their ability to really trust that YHWH was actively and practically involved… Continue Reading From the Specific to the Universal

The Body of God

Science: Week 2 The Body of God Wednesday, November 11, 2015 In the fourth century, St. Augustine said that “the church consists in the state of communion of the whole world.” Wherever we are connected, in right relationship—you might say “in love”—there is the Christ, the Body of God, and there is the church, the… Continue Reading The Body of God

The Coincidence of the Spiritual and the Material

Jesus: The Christ The Coincidence of the Spiritual and the Material Monday, March 23, 2015 If you had been present at the moment of the Resurrection, what would you have seen? If there had been a video camera outside the tomb, what would it have recorded? Perhaps there would have been a huge flash of… Continue Reading The Coincidence of the Spiritual and the Material

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