Tag Archives: Simone Weil

Jesus and Paul: Nondual Teachers

Paradox Jesus and Paul: Nondual Teachers Monday, August 22, 2016 Simone Weil and others have said that the very nature of spiritual truth is that it is paradoxical. Christianity should have known this. Our very template for God is the Trinity: Three Persons in One God. We believe Jesus is fully human and fully divine… Continue Reading Jesus and Paul: Nondual Teachers

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

Life Is Hard

Initiation Life Is Hard Monday, May 23, 2016 In my cross-cultural research on initiation rites, I have observed five consistent lessons communicated to the initiate. These lessons are meant to separate initiates from their thoughts about themselves and reattach them to who they really are. These messages are essential for a man to know experientially… Continue Reading Life Is Hard

Trust the River

Grace: Week 2 Trust the River Thursday, February 4, 2016 Grace and mercy teach us that we are all much larger than the good or bad stories we tell about ourselves or about one another. Please don’t get caught in your small stories; they are usually less than half true, and therefore not really “true”… Continue Reading Trust the River

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