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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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“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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Raising your vibration and such is eezy-peezy spirituality. Try the “master’s” path. Try “being kind.”

My grandmother knew more about spirituality than 95% of the spiritual-metaphysical groups on the internet…. She’d point out right quick that before your go trying to spike your pineal, heat up your vibrations, learn hypnosis or how to travel outside … Continue reading

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To most Christians, and many conspiracy theorists, I want to say, you way OVER-estimate humanity….

To most Christians, and many conspiracy theorists, I want to say, you way OVER-estimate humanity, and yourself, to think you need a Devil to explain evil in the world. You way UNDER-estimate humanity, and yourself, to think you need a … Continue reading

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“I Trust Planetmates Implicitly Now … Got Affection — Huge”: Planetmate Communion

Planetmate Communion: “I Trust Planetmates Implicitly Now … Got Affection — Huge” Planetmate Communion: A Personal Note Upon Receiving The Second Prasad I feel changed, feel confident, I trust PlanetMates implicitly now. More than a gift, got kindness, affection-huge Don’t … 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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Look Hard Enough, You Just Might See the Seeds of Light Amidst the Darkness Surrounding: Where There Is Hope and What Did You Expect Awakening to Look Like?

Rebirthing Rituals, the Hard Rain Fallin’, and the Value of Popular Culture in Awakening: The Price of Peace Is Inner Sight … Better Hitler Had Jumped Into Mosh Pits Chapter Ten: Where There Is Hope, Cultural Rebirthing Societal Self-Analysis and … Continue reading

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