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Sex and the Spirit

The limits, the unavoidable realities of being human.  I have labored under these realities, against my will of course, all my life.

I don’t exactly know where the idea came from, but from early on in my life I had dared myself to live outside the bubble of human necessities.  1,469 more words


Bernardo Kastrup - Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Bernardo Kastrup has a Ph.D. in Computer Engineering and has worked as a scientist in some of the world’s foremost research laboratories, including the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and the Philips Research Laboratories (where the “Casimir Effect” of Quantum Field Theory was discovered). 161 more words


Spiritual Freedom

“I spread my wings in the immense horizon. Where boundaries are out of the picture … in the open sky, I can freely explore. “ 94 more words



Independence Day… a day when a group of staunch believers in Personal Freedom, fought & bled & died… but won an impossible war & declared their independence from a tyrannical government full of greed & selfishness & oppression. 50 more words


A penny dropped for me the other day.   Apt terminology considering I was pondering on prosperity consciousness as I chewed appreciatively on my toast and drank my Assam tea with relish.  980 more words


The Power of Now, by Eckhart Tolle

This is not a book I would usually go for, although it seems pretty popular. I promised a friend I would, and his unrelenting persistence and follow-up forced me to read it. 713 more words


#1- One Big Change

In starting this blog, I’m deciding to try going vegan for as long as possible. Not that I feel like it’s edgy, because I don’t think it is, instead I feel it would help me in pursuit of my spiritual goals, along with making me healthier. 313 more words