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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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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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“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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“Trying the idea there is a benevolent Universe, one receives experiences that prove it…. Reality does not require of you blind obedience and sycophantic worship”

Give the Universe a chance; synchronicity; shamans and priests. The Planetmates reveal religion, mysticism, and spirituality; meaning of Prasad: “…you think that you “please” this Phantom — which you mistakenly call “God” but who is not (for it is not … Continue reading

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The Earth Really Loves Us: Epilogue to the Book, Funny God

There Are Many Ways to Interpret Reality … Choose One with a Heart. We know of the existence of dark matter through the consequences of what? Gravity. Gravity is the mutual attraction of bodies and particles to each other. And … Continue reading

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The Necessary Hero Dances Above Dissonance, Lightens Up in the Face of Stress, and Sees Divinity Not Demons Behind It All: Loving Warriors and Silly Heroes

Play Cards with Your Dragons: The New Hero’s Cycle Involves Surrender Not Struggle, Sacrifice Not Slaying, Compassion Not “Toughness,” and Silliness Not Stoicism Apocalypse – No! Chapter Thirteen: Peaceful Warriors and Silly Heroes You Just Can’t Slay a Volcano: The … Continue reading

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