This article describes the year-long process designed by Edgewood's Student Development Division staff to create, claim, and implement a vision for promoting students' spiritual development during their time on campus. Encouraging students' spiritual development on college and university campuses is certainly a tall order. Over the past five years, I have served as Director of College Ministries at Edgewood College, a small, Catholic, liberal arts college in Madison, Wisconsin. Despite our institution's religious affiliation, our overall campus climate does not foster spiritual engagement, similar to many institutions across the country.
I realized that our College Ministries' staff of two full-time and two part-time professionals, along with a small cohort of involved student leaders could, at best, have limited impact on the campus through co-curricular programming and individualized services. The following narrative description of the work at Edgewood College provides a model for how other institutions can implement similar spiritual interventions on their campuses in order to produce this shared vision and mutual commitment. Despite existing challenges, it is essential that campuses develop a climate in which the life-enhancing and transforming spiritual dimension of students, staff, faculty, and other members of the campus community can thrive. An early goal of this collaboration was to increase Student Development staff members' willingness and comfort-level to incorporate spirituality in their individual practices. Unfortunately, resistance from colleagues generates a sense of isolation and can make the challenges seem insurmountable for College Ministries' staff. For several years, staff in the Student Development Division has utilized learning communities in order to expand the staff's knowledge and application of current developments in the field of Student Affairs.
One learning community accepted responsibility to explore the role of spirituality in our programming and services. Around this same time, HERI released findings from the longitudinal Spirituality in Higher Education research project. Through the groundwork of establishing a learning community and the Division's shared study, it was evident that more concentrated time and attention needed to be devoted to this important area of student life.
Prior to the retreat, the planning committee also sought input from students on our campus. Throughout the retreat, the students' comments were posted around the meeting room, allowing time for staff to read and reflect on the comments before we discussed concerns and themes emerging from the students' feedback. These student voices illustrate how our students consider spirituality to be very connected to their experiences in higher education, further demonstrating the importance of this work. In order to begin discussing spirituality with a common understanding, we first needed to agree upon how to define this abstract concept. For our purposes, we adopted an excerpt from Wayne Teasdale's (1999) book, The Mystic Heart: Discovering a Universal Spirituality in the World's Religions for common vocabulary regarding spirituality and religion. Several features of this definition appealed to us, namely that it incorporates both religion and spirituality, provides a broad and understandable description of spirituality, and recognizes, but does not require, religious practice as a legitimate spiritual path. A staff member began the retreat program days by introducing a visual representation or model that described her understanding and experience of spirituality. One session of the Retreat was devoted to discussing the challenges and insights that staff members gleaned from chapter six of Chickering, Dalton and Stamm's (2006) book, Encouraging Authenticity and Spirituality in Higher Education, that addresses Student Affairs professionals' role in students' spiritual development on college campuses. The most pragmatic session during the retreat produced a practical resource booklet for participants. Using a group writing process, we applied our common language about meaning and spirituality in order to compose conversation starters and questions regarding the situation that could be used to engage students in conversations about each situation. Level One: Testing the Water provides informal, open-ended comments and questions that acknowledge the situation presented by the student, while allowing the student the option to engage in or decline further conversation.
Level Two: Wading Pool comments and questions respectfully seek information to assist in opening a genuine conversation when a student sends signals that further conversation is desired. Level Three: Deep End questions presume a sense of trust is present and that the time is right to encourage further self-reflection, deeper probing and the potential for transformative conversation for both parties.
While the retreat better equipped our staff to engage with students regarding spirituality, many realized that one and a half days was not sufficient to address the challenges of integrating spiritual development within our practice and programming.
Each individual follow-up session included group discussion to identify and make decisions regarding the guiding principles that would direct our work.
Edgewood College, rooted in the Dominican Catholic tradition, values the lifelong and communal search for truth. Encouragement of relationships that make it possible to share the fruits of one's own reflection with others. We promote opportunities to discover insights from others, to sharpen our perspectives, and increase our understanding of those with whom we agree and disagree. We will work in partnership with faculty, staff, and students to explore intellect, spirit, imagination, and heart as pathways to personal and spiritual growth. We acknowledge the variety of developmental domains, including the intellectual, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual.
These questions are essentially the same for each of us; so are the movements that help us to answer these basic questions.
Therefore, the SDS commits to integrating spirituality and promoting spiritual development through our services and programming as we challenge and support students in their growth toward personal fulfillment, spiritual depth, and cultural competence. Tangible results from a year of intentional staff development, including the spirituality model and the spirituality scenarios booklet have been widely distributed beyond the Student Development Division. With the creation of this Vision and Values Statement along with the dedication of Student Development staff across campus, our work will continue.
With shared vision and the collective effort of our Division to support students' spiritual development on our campus, we have laid a strong foundation upon which to further develop this important work of preparing our students for meaningful personal and professional lives of ethical leadership, service, and a lifelong search for truth. Mary Klink is the Director of College Ministries at Edgewood College in Madison, Wisconsin, a liberal arts Catholic college in the Dominican tradition that serves 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students. Meeting God at the moviesThe Christian CenturyThe students were asked to describe the movie briefly, give an account of their experience spiritually with it, and report what resulted from having watched the movie.
Technology of Spirituality - Part 1 of 7 A talk by Khurshed Batliwala, director of World Alliance for Youth Empowerment at Ruia College, Mumbai.
This warmer light mingles itself with the cold spirituality of the moon-beams, and communicates, as it were, a heart and sensibilities of human tenderness to the forms which fancy summons tip. All content on this website, including dictionary, thesaurus, literature, geography, and other reference data is for informational purposes only. Through creating a campus Vision and Values Statement for Encouraging Student Spiritual Development and structuring intentional training and development sessions, Edgewood's work serves as a model for introducing spirituality on an administrative level within Student Affairs. In this role, I have worked with the College Ministries department to provide leadership for the campus in promoting students' spiritual development. Yet, multiple entry points for engaging in this important work still exist and must be capitalized on if our goal to support students' spiritual development is to be met. Therefore, building effective partnerships with a shared vision and commitment to this work on a larger scale was a necessary first step. The following sections illustrate the process our Student Development Division used to address the spiritual needs of both students and staff, including establishing a partnership among a portion of our staff members, designing a retreat as an intensive professional development intervention for the entire Division, creating a campus-wide Vision and Values Statement, and integrating new learning and reflecting on our progress. It takes openness, intentionality and quality relationships among colleagues a€“ at least a core group of colleagues a€“ who are willing to respect, encourage, explore, and mentor spiritual seekers.
These individuals served as sounding boards, ambassadors, and partners in planning professional development for our colleagues.
Generally, the staff was not comfortable discussing the topic and not prepared to integrate spirituality in their work. This attitude of avoidance is common throughout many institutional types and prevents us from moving forward with this important work. By recognizing and responding to this attitude, we were able to lay the initial foundation to begin this important dialogue about how to move forward. The learning community introduced the Division to the work of Sharon Parks, Arthur Chickering, Jon Dalton, and other scholars who write about spirituality. The following description details specific activities and materials that were incorporated prior to, during and following this retreat as well as results generated by these efforts. We also used the same check-in questions after the retreat, to assist in assessing the effectiveness of the retreat.
We engaged in a word association exercise during the retreat, focusing on the words faith, religion, and spirituality. Being spiritual suggests a personal commitment to a process of inner development that engages us in our totality.
The model drew from the work of Henri Nouwen, identifying three professional disciplines (psychology, ministry and theology), three personal movements (inward, outward and upward), and three essential questions of the spiritual journey (Who am I? Much of our discussion centered on a concern raised by the authors, namely a tendency for Student Affairs professionals in higher education to exclude spirituality from the conversation, despite intentional efforts to provide holistic programming and services for students. The authors and our discussion of their work provided our staff both the challenge and opportunity to claim co-responsibility to develop competencies in the area of students' growth toward spiritual depth. As a group, we shared, critiqued, and contributed further ideas to each other's conversation starters.
A level one conversation might open in this way, "Many students I talk to are asking similar questions about their future. Level two conversations might begin, "Let's talk about a past experience where you felt you made a difference. As a Division, we dedicated four additional 90 minute professional development sessions during the next year to further develop competencies for this important work.
These domains are supported by the Student Development Staff in an integrated manner encouraging holistic health and spiritual depth. Several Human Resources-sponsored training sessions were provided to introduce Faculty and Staff to the spirituality model and scenarios booklet.
While the concept of spirituality is certainly more acceptable in polite conversation across campus at this point, challenges still remain.

As a recent practitioner in higher education, Klink brings to the campus setting extensive professional experience in parish ministry. With a post graduate in Mathematics from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, Khurshed Batliwala, or Bawa as he is fondly known (a nick name that has stuck from his IIT days) is an extraordinary personality. Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page, or visit the webmaster's page for free fun content.
View in contextThere was animalism in the soul, and the body had its moments of spirituality. Exercises and strategies used in this process provide resources for other institutions that seek to integrate opportunities for spiritual development within holistic services and programming. Given this task, it didn't take long to realize how essential it would be to enlist partners for this daunting responsibility.
Additionally, building effective partnerships among campus colleagues for spiritual development work on campus also takes commitment to ongoing personal growth.
They also assisted in identifying other allies on campus who were committed to similar outcomes. The goal of each learning community is to provide leadership and propose initial steps to move the Division forward on an issue.
Reading assignments, journaling exercises, and small group discussions based on our common reading invited staff reactions and questions, as we undertook the challenge of describing our understanding of spiritual development, and what mature values and a self-authored belief system might look like in young adults within a college environment. With statistics like this, we knew many of our students were open to exploring their personal spiritual journeys! Using a 1-5 scale, staff members were asked to rate their comfort level discussing or expressing spirituality with faculty members, group of students, and with other Student Development staff members.
Using a brainstorming approach to this exercise, individuals were invited to express any and all thoughts and feelings about these abstract concepts, including experiences, assumptions, and concerns regarding these concepts. The goal of this exercise was to build confidence and competencies in Student Development staff to provide conversation starters that capably move conversation from a surface level to greater depth, when appropriate and when both the student and staff member choose.
Do you sense any calling, and any way that you could dedicate your career to these concerns?" or, "How might your unique personality, talents and spirituality be leading you? The pace of academic life places great demands on people's time and energy in higher education, such that personal and spiritual domains can easily move to the margins, not integrated into the academy's vision of student growth and development.
It is incumbent upon faculty and staff in higher education to model and mentor integration of all domains of human development a€“ intellectual, moral, emotional, interpersonal, and spiritual a€“ so that today's young adults may be well prepared to serve as leaders and builders of a respectful, just world.
She works with the Assistant to the President for Mission Integration to incorporate the founding community's vision and values in all aspects of the institution. The spiritual life of college students: A national study of students' search for meaning and purpose. In his own words, he decided it was better to teach people meditation and make them happy rather than teach them mathematics and make them miserable and thus chose the unconventional and challenging career path as a faculty member of the Art of Living, sharing the vision of its founder, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, which is to see a smile on every face on the planet. View in contextIt is, therefore, not among our aristocracy that we must look (if at all, in Appallachia), for the spirituality of a British boudoir.
Even though the institution is sponsored by a congregation of religious women, conversations about spirituality are met with resistance, and sometimes even disapproval.
We then set out to discover how and where we might accompany them on this important human search.
Often, when authentic faith embodies an individual's spirituality the religious and spiritual will coincide.
Henri Nouwen, prominent 20 th century author and spiritual guide, identified these three questions as core questions of the spiritual journey. Throughout life, we revisit the questions and may discover different patterns that encourage our spiritual development. Resident Assistants learn about the spirituality model and receive training that incorporates the spirituality scenarios pamphlet.
Her special interests include leadership development, engaging students in reflection, and accompanying them along the ups and downs of the young adult journey. View in contextEager was as full of spirituality and culture as she had been led to suppose.
Still, not every religious person is spiritual (although they ought to be) and not every spiritual person is religious.
Nouwen highlighted three inter-related movements that help us discover answers for these important questions as we reach inward, outward and upward.
We anticipate additional synergy arising from the revised general education curriculum, recently approved by faculty at the college, a curriculum, which includes three core classes that address questions very similar to the spirituality model questions. Klink earned a masters degree in theology from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In this clip taken from discourse titled, "You Are That", Swamiji answers a question about how to fully cooperate with enlightened beings that come to liberate us.
View in contextIt was not exactly spirituality that was obvious, though the screen of the flesh seemed almost transparent, because there was in his face an outrageous sensuality; but, though it sounds nonsense, it seemed as though his sensuality were curiously spiritual.
As any construct, this model has limits, but it continues to serve as a useful catalyst for conversation.
Swamiji tells us that there is really no ned to cooperate, in contrast if we cooperate with the mind we will create more problems. View in contextThere is a spirituality about the face, however"--she gently turned it towards the light--"which the typewriter does not generate. It is at once a contemplative attitude, a disposition to a life of depth, and the search for ultimate meaning, direction, and belonging. View in contextAnd he involuntarily compared the two: the lack of spirituality in the one and the abundance of it in the other- a spirituality he himself lacked and therefore valued most highly.
To be spiritual requires us to stand on our own two feet while being nurtured and supported by our tradition, if we are fortunate enough to have one" (pg. Swamiji then goes on to answer a question about healing Swamiji goes on to describe how healing can happen by feeling connected with the Master. View in contextHe vigorously attacked the Dissenting denominations, because he believed them to be a conspicuous embodiment of Philistine lack of Sweetness and Light, with an unlovely insistence on unimportant external details and a fatal blindness to the meaning of real beauty and real spirituality. View in contextIn structure he was the blonde beast of Nietzsche, but all this animal beauty was heightened, brightened and softened by genuine intellect and spirituality. He tells us that roughly 33% of humanity is heart centered who can feel connected by just the form of the master; the other 33% are intellectuals for whom the connection with the master can happen after they get intellectual clicks from the Master; unfortunately, there is another 33% who require to see miracles physically, the hard nuts as the master describes them! View in contextOur beloved Madame Flintwinch,' said Rigaud, 'developing all of a sudden a fine susceptibility and spirituality, is right to a marvel. Being aware of spirit is spirituality, and that is different than believing there is a spirit. The complete discourse may be ordered online at .Spiritual Networking Spiritual Networking is a cutting edge concept that transcends the usual networking notion. View in contextSpirituality factors in the prediction of outcomes of PTSD treatment for U.Currier, J.
Spiritual Networking in itself embraces many aspects and manifestations that pertain to human connections. It is a Holistic and Organic approach, and a way to use a new outlook to translate connections. Being part of a growing multifaceted community can enrich our lives, and at the same time create a myriad of new possibilities for interactions, relationships and connections. As we organize into a normal social network, Humanity Healing is setting the standard, providing the backdrop of Global Service, Ethical Standards, and Professional Excellency. Humanity Healing's concept of Spiritual Networking can be condensed down to this single concept: to make this world a better place by gathering as many willing hearts as possible, be they individuals or organizations, and assisting with synchronization so that together we can send our actions and intentions out through the connection of our shared Humanity.
This video encompasses these commonalities to prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that there is so much more to our existence than what we can perceive on a third dimensional reality. There is a spiritual awakening going on right now in mass proportions and is growing exponentially. By the end of this video, you'll have no doubts about our true, divine reason for being here. The clergy Traditionally, religions have regarded spirituality as an integral aspect of religious experience. Honors for thisvideo (5) #77 - Most Viewed (Today) - Science & Technology - Canada #91 - Most Viewed (Today) - Science & Technology - United Kingdom #79 - Most Viewed (Today) - Science & Technology - New Zealand #40 - Top Favorited (Today) - Science & Technology #71 - Top Rated (Today) - Science & TechnologyLove, Marriage, and Stinking Thinking - Spiritual Leader in the Home Join Mark and Debbie on this week's episode as they take on the subject of spiritual authority and the concept of the husband being the spiritual leader in the home.
Burt, OSA, from his web site Reflections on the Spirituality of Augustine, 2010 Living Chastity, Psycho***ual Well-Being in Jesuit Life By Gerdenio Sonny Manuel, S.J. Many Christian marriages struggle and stumble in this area because we have created an image where the man is supposed to do everything from taking care of finances to praying to being the one who hears from God and more.
Both husbands and wives will find their relationship is accompanied by less resentment and more freedom when they understand that there are two roles and men don't have to fulfill both. Subscribe to our free email newsletters plus discover features like daily horoscopes, faith videos. For more on spirituality, near death experiences, 2012 and meditation, please visit www.in5 and http There are many commonalities amongst virtually every person who has had a near death experience. Honors for this video (12) #74 - Most Discussed (Today)) - Science & Technology #81 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - Australia #72 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - Canada #73 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - United Kingdom #92 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - India #27 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - New Zealand #96 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology #15 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - South Africa #56 - Most Viewed (Today)) - Science & Technology - Sweden #7 - Top Favorited (Today)) - Science & Technology #37 - Top Favorited (This Week)) - Science & Technology #31 - Top Rated (Today)) - Science & TechnologyProject Camelot interviews Klaus Dona, spiritual archaeologist Klaus Dona comes from the art world.
Spirituality has historically been the realm of religion, but modern concepts of spirituality have gained ground and been applied to the natural world.
As Art Exhibition Curator for the Habsburg Haus of Austria, Klaus has organized exhibitions world wide. Submit your articles for free distribution and find Spirituality content for your website, Ezine or newsletters.

Intrepid and unrelenting, he is on a mission to bring to the eye of the public such finds as giant bones, crystal skulls, carvings and sculptures in forms that do not fit into the contemporary view of our timeline. We spent an afternoon with him in Vienna talking at length about his process, his particularly stunning finds and why he is motivated to pursue this unusual vocation. Low on funding, he presses on to discover the real mysteries, going down through the centuries and excavating artifacts that science does not allow for, proving the existence of physical proof that humanity has barely grazed the surface of our heritage here on Earth.
Kerry Lynn Cassidy Project CamelotSpirituality BTW , I never said you should let science become your dogma or your God and its not what it is to me.
If at some point there would be a reasonable evidence for a God, or ghosts or any kind of supernatural I would stop being an Atheist. But so far there is no evidence for such thing and no acceptable reason for me to believe it.
Lectures: 1) Creation Spirituality: The Alternative Spiritual Tradition of the West 2) Creation Spirituality and Indigenous Consciousness 3) Science and Creation Spirituality 4) Darkness, Silence, Mysticism and Chaos Theory 5) Creativity!
8) Reinventing Education and Ritual 9) Deep Ecumenism and InterfaithKaren's Spiritual Journey Karen, the darling of the BBC's award winning sitcom "Outnumbered," tackles the finer points of Christianity and Hell before reaching the inevitable conclusion.
Not your name, or your place, or lack of it, in your group, but your place and meaning in the universe - the Sacred in yourself.
I don't monitor the comments here on YouTube, so if you want to discuss the video with me, feel free to stop by the web page for this video on my blog at httpMy Spirituality as an Atheist Inspired by a conversation with Theo Warner. As an atheist you may expect me to say no; but if I'm being honest, I'd have to consider myself a spiritual person. Give the explanation of spirituality”, Spirituality for Today is a monthly Christian internet magazine dedicated to a variety of current themes and questions concerning the Christian faith in this postmodern age. Religion and all groups faith of course serve only to prostitute the awe, and the mystery we all feel as humans.
But even though I don't believe in the supernatural, I try to be as honest as I can to myself, about my spirituality. On my trip out west just a couple months ago I remember a moment standing in a field that looked up at the grand tetons.
It was designed for television, not the web, so hopefully its not too difficult to read.Michael Beckwith Discusses Spiritual Liberation Michael Bernard Beckwith, well known spiritual teacher and featured contributor to The Secret, shares his teachings with the world in this powerful and compelling book of spiritual wisdom.
Deepak reveals that the real meaning of spirituality is awareness.Alan Watts - Atheist Spirituality "Atheism in the name of God is an abandonment of all religious beliefs . Timothy Freke has co-authored a number of books with Peter Gandy on Gnostic spirituality, including "The Jesus Mysteries" and their latest book "The Gospel of the Second Coming".
In addition he has penned shorter works aimed directly at personal enlightenment such as his book "Lucid Living".
This is an-in depth and fascinating discussion about Gnostic and Eastern spirituality in general, touching on all the inspiring as well as sometimes very controversial aspects of this subject matter. Required viewing for those curious about spiritual matters and the importance of it in our lives today, regardless of your own personal background or beliefs.Light and Spirituality -- Arthur Young -- Yoga of Thinking, Arthur Young Video Archive producer Arthur Bloch, Hypersphere Why light is spiritual. Reproduced with permission Materialism determinism orthodoxy process evolution sacred geometry numerology astrology astronomy philosophy introspection gnosticism buddism hinduism christianity islam holy land mecca mathmatics bell helicopter yahwey jesus budda krishna vishnu gospel pentcostal catholacism bahai jainism atheism blasphemy heretic crucifixion terrorism genocide war physics quantum physics fractals mendelbrot the secretReligion vs.
These Seven Laws are the basis for all of the teachings at the Chopra Center for Wellbeing.Spiritual, But Not Religious?
Good News and Bad News from the World's Largest Religion It takes a moment to reconcile oneself to the fact that the religious tradition of St. Thomas Keating, considered one of the great contemplatives of our time, has spent a lifetime in the practice of Christianity, seeking and sharing its depths. Beyond becoming a better person (though your family and friends may thank you profusely), beyond even becoming a saint, Fr. As with any developmental sequence, the subject of one stage becomes the object of the subject of the next—in this case, until absolute Subjectivity itself. The problem—and the challenge—lie in the fact that, among its 2 billion adherents, relatively few are aware of Christianity's mystical tradition and contemplative path.
Statements like "I'm spiritual, but not religious" actually come from a fairly evolved place, from which one rejects external aspects of the tradition, while still longing for its esoteric wisdom. Evolving Minds offers a fresh and radical perspective on alternatives to the mental health system.
Presenting clear information in a humorous style it covers diverse topics such as shamanism, nutrition, psychotherapy, meditation and protest against draconian mental health legislation. Produced by Undercurrents & Melissa Gunasena, Evolving Minds explores the connection between psychosis and spiritual experience and provides techniques for people to explore and take control of their own minds.
Spiritual Thinking & Tapping — Faster EFT Once you understand that everything is spiritual and everything is emotional as well as physical then you can truly create life changes. If all problems are based on what you do inside your mind then you you can begin to understand it is a skill to feel bad or good.
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This video contains 11 Repetitions of Lakshmi's Gayatri for learning to accurately pronounce this mantra (important). The word ''Lakshmi'' is derived from the Sanskrit word Laksme, meaning "goal." Lakshmi, therefore, represents the goal of life, which includes worldly as well as spiritual prosperity. Women who chant her mantra will develop irresistible beauty and radiance, that shines from within. In these talks, the human mind is put under the microscope as never before, ***yzed down to the smallest wrinkle. In this talk Osho responds to the following 4 questions Question 1: Are there different stages of spiritual growth? And if so, can you talk to us about them, and how people in these different stages can be helpful to each other? Question 2: Your emphasis has always been that every human being has the birthright to become enlightened, that it is nothing special. Is there some ingredient, some quality which makes some people more interested in the inquiry than others? Question 3: Often you have spoken about your rebellious childhood and how it gave you such freedom, how you insisted on discovering your own individuality. What about those people who didn't have the courage to rebel and who had a hampered childhood?
An excerpt from an interview with HH the 17th KarmapaSpiritual: 2012, Future of Mankind, Mayan Calendar Dooms Day http (blog) Talk about 2012, December 21 2012, End of the World, Future of Mankind, Mayan Calendar, Aztec Calendar, "Dooms Day," Apocalypse. Acharya Yogeesh: Many faith, religions, and calendars predict that the end of the world (dooms day, apocalypse, 2012) is coming. In 1988 Elizabeth Clare Prophet announced the end of the world that year, and collected thousands of peoples money in order to build a city underground. Using the concept of the end of the world, 2012, dooms day, is a good way to cheat people like Elizabeth Prophet. Although some claim that there are biblical, calendar, and mythological predictions, Enlightened Masters don't predict the end of the world, 2012, because they know the truth.
Yes, the world may come to an end for those who believe there is an end of the world, and take life into their own hands. These predictions of December 21 2012, 2012, the Mayan Calendar, Aztec Calendar, Apocalypse, and Dooms Day are all false and untrue.
More information at Tomorrow's Spirituality The Catholic theologian Karl Rahner famously said "the Christian of tomorrow will be a mystic, or not a Christian at all." Few people have impacted Christianity in this regard as has Fr. Thomas has spent a lifetime in deep Christian practice, and in sharing the fruits of this contemplation with countless others. In today's featured video, Ken presents some of the foundational concepts of Integral spirituality.What Is Spirituality? A chat on a walk with Swami VedanandaBeginning to Find your Spirituality A small explanation on becoming in tune with energy and beginning the discovery of your spirituality.852 Hz Frequency Returning to Spiritual Order These original sound frequencies were apparently used in Ancient Gregorian Chants, such as the great hymn to St. The chants and their special tones were believed to impart tremendous spiritual blessings when sung in harmony during religious masses. I give honor to both of these gentleman for the part theyve played in helping return these lost frequencies back to humanity. Music composed by Jandy AKA JezebelDecibelSpiritual meditation This is a spiritual meditation video.
Smith about the spiritual effects of magic mushroom.Ken Wilber - Spirituality and the 3 Strands of Deep Science The three strands of deep science—injunction, apprehension, confirmation—give us a reliable methodology for learning about both the world without and the world within. Please rate if you enjoy!Johnny Cash - Spiritual NoneSpiritual Growth From the works of Living Enlightened Master Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
In this clip taken from the Shiva Sutras discourse titled, Transcend Your Desires, Swamiji gives us an understanding of the profundity of Shiva Sutras. In most instances when truth is delivered and people begin to see benefits and people want to follow the truth but cannot stick to it, then dilution starts happening. While this is a very simple sutra, anything simple requires you to be in a simple, innocent space. Swamiji teaches us in this sutra that when complete unclutching happens between past and future, true spiritual growth happens.

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