What is the common ground? These are the shared opinions about a subject. Finding these common interests makes it possible to discuss other topics with less friction. If you learn how to do this, then you can influence others more effectively. Come and see how it can be done.
Our core beliefs shape and define the inner self and the outer world. In order to understand our world, we must learn to look below the surface. We must take responsibility and accountability for our actions. Are you ready for this challenge?
We are living in the middle of a clash of paradigms. It’s a tug of war between ideologies. Most people don’t see it because it’s been going on for so long. However, learning to recognize and handle this conflict is a necessary skill in our modern world.
“It is startling to realize how much unbelief is necessary to make belief possible. What we know as blind faith is sustained by innumerable unbeliefs.” — Eric Hoffer
The search for real magic is a quest that manifests in the culture in different ways. Religions work hard to reframe some things as evil and some divinely inspired. The terms the craft and magic are still considered off-bounds, evil, and taboo in many cultures. Where does this negative judgment originate?
Religion often focuses faith in a religious experience as a measure of truth. But we know experience isn’t a measure of truth because experience it is subjective. Effectiveness is a better measure of truth, because we can measure it. Come and see how to use effectiveness as a guide rather than mythology.
The hereafter, the afterlife or life after death beliefs are common in many religions. No one sells afterlife promises better than Western theology. Whether you believe in heaven and hell or something else, this concept shapes our culture. See how to use this fear to spark our inner journey instead of as a source of … Continue reading The Afterlife or Life After Death Antidote to the Fear of Death
Learn how culture uses our primitive instincts, the monkey brain and reptilian brain, to control our lives. See how taking control of the primitive mind is a necessary skill set.
Where have the ancient gods gone? Are the old gods of the forest still with us? Where can we find the Gods of our ancient ancestors?
“True autonomy arises when we have broken free of all the old structures, all psychological dependencies, and all fear.” — Adyashanti