“I have no need to defend my path, for I have no beliefs, only tools to open the doors of consciousness. These I gladly share with all ready to receive them.” — Guru Tua
I hope you are able to find a teacher like this… Someone that focuses on providing tools for developing your own path. No beliefs to bind you or blind you only tools to enlighten. This is the essence of spiritual exploration.
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The framework of spiritual exploration would seem to be an odd place for the study of logical reasoning. However, critical thinking skills are essential for the spiritual explorer. The arena of spirituality is prime territory for misleading claims and tactics. A review of logic will help you sort out the facts from the fiction. Continue reading “Logical Reasoning”
You don’t need to join a religion to have guiding principles for life. The Dali Lama does it without religious dogma in less than twenty statements. That’s is considerably shorter than any of the holy books or sacred texts. Check out the wisdom in the 18 Rules of Living Life by the Dali Lama. Continue reading “Dali Lama Shares 18 Rules of Living Life”
How Religious Beliefs Affect your Ability to Reason
Religions are diverse systems of philosophy and belief. They are systems that create boundaries and restrictions, sometimes dictating values and thought. As a result, they can affect our ability to reason. Some religions have more boundaries than others. Continue reading “Religion and Your Ability to Reason”
“A thinker sees his own actions as experiments and questions ― as attempts to find out something. Success and failure are for him answers above all.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
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It’s important to share our life story. And, it’s equally important to do in a way that is healing and encouraging. Continue reading “Sharing Your Life Story”
Spiritual exploration is the term we use to describe the processes for expanding awareness and investigating consciousness. So, where does this term Spiritual Exploration come from?
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