Posts about religion, skepticism, and how it fits into the scientific world.
The Art of Live and Let Live
First, I’ll preface this article to explain that it is not entirely about recovery. This is not an essay, it’s a stream of consciousness. The understanding gleaned from recovery practice simply serves as a model for a very universal idea that has scarce to do with abstaining from alcohol. Warning seemed important that one not dismiss reading this in its entirety, turned off by that “sober soldier” mentality that some think of when they hear “recovery” or Alcoholics Anonymous.
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A Yogic Story
I remember a story told by my meditation teacher Gurdeep, about two different spiritual seekers in ancient India. To give preface to this story, a certain character must be unwound, which is Muni. Otherwise known as Narada, the wandering divine soul never far from his vina, who sings the praise and messages of the Divine. Narada happened to come to Earth, not to say this was his first visit to Earth, for he is a busy wanderer of Eternity and the Cosmos, but happenstance he came to Earth. As Narada wandered through the forests of India, past hermits with dreaded locks maintaining their sacred fires and performing austerities, Narada heard a voice call out from one of these renunciates.
The Form and Transformation of Secularism
Secularism has been one of the topics of discussion for sociologists and policymakers around the world for decades. Secularism is being discussed in various ways from different perspectives. National and international changes are adding new dimensions and diversity to this ongoing discussion. Both simplistic explanations and in-depth analysis of secularism exist. So it can be claimed that secularism is not a single issue without diversity.
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If God really existed there would be no religion
This may sound a little Nietzschean, blasphemous or plainly heretical but explain to me why the creation of Gods were not an obvious and natural outcome to deal with our ancestral fears?
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Ostara, Eostre and Hewsos
We’re coming up on the time of year where another of the age-old arguments between hard recons and well… everyone else begin once again to crop up. The most frequent argument boils down to the fact that Ostara was included in the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. That in itself, does not say much at all. Wicca is by it’s nature highly eclectic, and borrowed elements from many different cultural traditions, Heathenry included. For the purposes of the remainder of this argument, I’ll once again reiterate my definition of Heathenry (which may nor may not be the same as yours), based on the most widely academically accepted historical etymologies of the word (you can find a fuller explanation of this particular argument in the section ‘What does Heathen Mean’). However, for the purposes of this writing, I’m defining “Heathen” as describing the Pre-Abrahamic religious practices of Indo-European peoples, and their descendant traditions. So that said, let’s get into who and what Ostara actually is.
We’re all gods who have forgotten what we used to be.
We’re all gods who have forgotten what we used to be. We spend a lot of our lives trying to remember who we were, to claw our way back there. We’re most ourselves as children. Our memories have been stripped, but our character, is still, relatively pure, god-like in soul but not yet of mind.