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The Four Stages of Spiritual Development by M. Scott Peck Stage I is chaotic, disordered, and reckless. Very young children are in Stage I. They tend to defy and disobey, … Continue reading
Video information Alan Wilson Watts (January 6, 1915 — November 16, 1973) was a British philosopher, writer, speaker, and student of comparative religion. He was best known as an interpreter … Continue reading
“Religion and Nationalism were made for each other. Sharing the bed of existential angst these two lovers promise much but ultimately fail to deliver.” Dylan Morrison I agree with Dylan … Continue reading
“From the dawn of humanity we have lived in a world of symbolism. Our symbols explain the world around us, our relationships with each other and our relationship to the … Continue reading
Yes, the scientist who looks at the universe with an open mind and learns what Nature has to teach is more humble (or teachable) because he acknowledges that the mysteries … Continue reading
Someone asked a question in Yahoo Answers: Yoga – does it really cause you to call upon demons? Our pastor did a Wednesday night special Bible study working through Neil … Continue reading
“Demons” are nothing but low vibrational mental strongholds reduced to the ego state. The moment has finally come to rise above these thoughts that operate on a low conscious level, … Continue reading
The punishment that we see in scripture especially in the ending of the age took place as a “state of consciousness” in the ending of the law. The catastrophic events … Continue reading
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