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The Sacred Ordinary

Where is our inner knowing leading us?  It seems to me that it is leading us home – to right here – in order, as the poet suggests, to know this “place” for the first time….

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Exquisite Risk: John of the Cross and the Transformational Power of Captivity

by Mirabai Starr On a dark night Inflamed by love-longing— O, exquisite risk!— Undetected, I slipped away, My house, at last, grown still. —St. John of the Cross Sometimes it is in our prisons that we…

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At the Feet of Nothing

The Via Negativa Meets the Prajnaparamita by Mirabai Starr Sometimes I go to my zafu like a famished person to her bowl of soup. I bow before my altar, offer incense to the saints and sages…

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Understanding The Science Of Consciousness In Ancient India – Part 1

Consciousness is described as the ultimate mystery in ancient Indian texts, and its study is lauded as the highest science. But until recently, the question of consciousness was considered to lie outside of the scope of…

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Christianity and Unknowing,  Richard Rohr

Richard Rohr, as a Catholic priest and Franciscan Friar, will offer a concise history of how Western Christianity once had, soon lost, tried to retrieve, and now is roundly rediscovering its own traditional understanding of unitive…

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Five Spiritual Life-Hacks for an Awakening Soul

We live in exceptional times of spiritual bounty. Without taking any spiritual vows or undergoing a single initiation, we have at our fingertips more spiritual tools, teachings and practices than have ever been available to any…

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Connecting with the Intuitive Guidance of the Heart, Deborah Rozman

Recent discoveries have found the heart possesses its own intrinsic nervous system of sensory neurons that can feel, learn and remember, referred to as the “heart-brain.” This intelligence processes information independently from the “head-brain”. Research at…

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It’s Ok to Allow Yourself to Fall Apart

How To Break And Put Yourself Back Together by Matt Licata It’s okay to be sad, and to allow your heart to break. To fall to the ground and bear witness to the dissolution of a…

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