Monthly Archives: March 2013

First the test, then the lesson

Now that Lent is over, I thought it would be a good time to review what it is about in terms of the Western Esoteric Tradition: The reason that Lent is the designated season for sacrifice is that it is … Continue reading

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Death and Rebirth…hooray!!!

I liked Geography 101 so much that I took it twice. One thing I learned was that soil—the basis of all life—is the product of the [mystical] life and death of the Sun, the alternating seasons brought on by the … Continue reading

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Sacrifice?

Awhile back, this poster appeared on Facebook, and some questioned the “religion without sacrifice” phrase. The word “sacrifice” has come under scrutiny in the past few decades, due to the way it is treated in A Course of Miracles. But … Continue reading

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An Easy(?) Way to Learn the Bible

I am not a Bible scholar. I don’t have a Bible quote for every occasion. In fact, the quotes I have memorized could all fit on the back of a business card. And I like it that way. Why? Because … Continue reading

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What Is Spiritual Initiation?

There are boundaries in our consciousness, common to all of us, meaning that every person without exception has these boundaries, and every person at some point in their spiritual evolution will encounter them. They are simple, easy to discern, like … Continue reading

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