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Infancy and Childhood, the Split … the Primal Scene; which is VEIL THREE from *Dance of the Seven Veils I: Primal/Identity Psychology, Mythology, and Your Real Self

Infancy and Childhood, the Split … the Primal Scene; which is VEIL THREE from *Dance of the Seven Veils I: Primal/Identity Psychology, Mythology, and Your Real Self* by Michael Adzema     VEIL THREE Infancy and Childhood, the Split … … Continue reading

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How We Lose Our Souls, How It is Stolen: In Patriarchal Cultures, the Young Need Be Pared Down to the Level of Its Controlling Adults … Rituals of Diminution and Control

How We Lose Our Souls, How It is Stolen: In Patriarchal Cultures, the Young Need Be Pared Down to the Level of Its Controlling Adults … Rituals of Diminution and Control — Which is Chapter 27 of *Dance of the Seven Veils I* by … Continue reading

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Having experienced negative emotions growing up, we mistakenly think we need to deny our emotions to approach the Divine.

“God is not angry, vengeful, or any negative emotions, but since, having experienced mostly that and not being able to imagine truly wonderful positive emotions, we think we can approach the Divine by denying emotions as well. We wish to … Continue reading

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We make a mistake in denying our senses to foster spirituality: “We kill the God in us, thinking we are becoming more God-full that way.”

“Going outside of our pain, outside of the confines of thought created by our fears, we see that God, Life, Reality truly *is* glorious. And that includes being interesting. Divinity is not sensual because it is lacking in sensuality but … Continue reading

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Sock Puppets for Divinity: “Everything is perfect. There is no way you can screw it up…”

Did you know? We are not the doer and the actor. God is. All is God. We are merely the glove on the fingers of the Divine. We are sock puppets for Divinity. Our only job is to enjoy the … Continue reading

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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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“We are terrified of an emotionless monster, which we call God”: The Tao of Funny God and the Mind’s True Liberation

“We’ve experienced meanness and cruelty in our early lives, so we imagine a Divine with no qualities at all. We say It is loving, but in an incomprehensible way and “from a distance.” So how loving … really … is … Continue reading

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