Posts in spirituality
India and The New Spirituality

Driving along the highway to Agra right now, with time to think about the year, what I do, what is going on here in India and the all the conversations I’ve had…. what the strongest theme is the emergence of a new and ‘merged’ spirituality. 

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The Beauty of Spiritual Transformation

Most of us are familiar with personal development. I would guess that most of the people I know and work with and hang out with have a thing for transformation.  We get to a point in our lives where we ‘wake up’, we know that something must change in order for us not to be in this place ever again and it’s going to require some kind of discomfort to get there as we evolve and change.

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Finding Grace in a Rough Patch

A girlfriend of mine asked recently about how to move through tough times with grace when you have an inner knowing that you are working towards something bigger, even though it has not manifested yet. A delicious question on a topic I’m passionate about and as can happen contains all the answers within it. 

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Selling Spirituality

I heard recently a ‘spiritual’ academic say that the worst thing anyone could do is to make money from their spirituality.  The way they said it was a throwaway comment, but it was loaded with an idealist theologian smelling judgement.   What they didn’t realise was how hypocritical it was for what they are doing and how damaging it was for others who have the calling to take their spirituality to the world.

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Grappling with our human experience, and having the odd tantrum....at God

This week I was hit with a quadruple mega triple whammy.  I know that doesn’t make sense, sounds more like an exotic ice-cream, only missing the sprinkles.  I wish I had sprinkles!  On top of my existing current human existence karmic load – recovering from Adrenal issues and all the side effects, God decided to deliver the worst hey fever season on record.

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What is Man's Quest for the Summit of Everest?

On the weekend my partner wanted to take me to see the movie Everest.  It was his turn to choose a movie.  Every part of my being knew I didn’t want to see it, especially while recovering from severe adrenal fatigue; it was a no brainer that there was going to be lots of stress and intense emotions that may not help my situation. 

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