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Religions, and most spiritualities, take the most alive thing imaginable–God, Source–and reduce it to something physical and safe–light, vibration, energy, a statue Jesus

“…we’ve built theologies out of our fears. We’ve created religions to soothe and deny our experiences … our Experience. Well, this has nothing to do with Reality. Indeed, in denial of our experience … and Experience … it is the … Continue reading

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Michael Adzema on extinction, activism, and the cosmic significance of our lives in these times. Peter Melton interview broadcast on Activate Media, Sunday, October 18th.

Heads up, folks. Here’s the recording of the show that was broadcast on Sunday, October 18th. It is the main interview on Extinction Radio. It is now available for listening and downloading. http://www.extinctionradio.org/ I was interviewed by Peter Melton. Extinction Radio … Continue reading

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What does it say about those of us who chose to reincarnate in this time period? The Tao of Funny God and the Mind’s True Liberation

 “…there are times when the grand vision is wanted, even if it is more painful. Some lives you want to loll on the beach. Some lives you want to go to Life University and understand it all … er, actually, … Continue reading

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“Being separate ourselves, we pictured God as another being. Little did we know that every moment of every day we were immersed in It, in God, in Experience”

“…that pool of experience is connected with the entire Universe, which is all Experience. We are one with it. And it is God. God, certainly, different than the way we pictured it. Being separate ourselves, we pictured another being. Little … Continue reading

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“We are God. Each of us, all of it…. but we choose to be lesser at the same time … to have the experience of both … to make it more fun….”: The Nature of Us and God

“Down the line, eventually, in some field of experiences that are part of larger experiences is us, each of us …. single points of observation … an ever changing organization of Experience aware of itself … existing within some mix … Continue reading

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“Life and spirituality are not all about trying to deny and will out of existence one aspect of Realty, and to magnify another. God includes it all. And that includes sacred and profane. “

“…there is no sacred or profane. God includes it all … the sacred and the profane. If Truth is God, then embracing what is, is equivalent to embracing God. No points for blind belief. Life and spirituality are not all … Continue reading

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“the path to bliss leads sometimes through despair and hopelessness”: Wounded Deer and Centaurs, on relationships

…on relationships, Sure It’s Hard….” to think that it is easy is probably to be an impostor (p. 134). He asserts that the people who are really making the changes in male-female relationships and becoming fuller human beings, you can … Continue reading

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