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A Lesson in Analogy or Spiritual Thinking: Matzoh vs. Communion Wafer

Spiritual thinking is  based in analogy rather than logic. In common parlance and conventional schooling analogy is presented as: This is to this as that is to that, focusing on points of similarity between two ideas or objects. In spiritual thinking analogic thinking seeks out  points of similarity and points of differences. Unlike conventional analogic thinking, we do not rely on logic to reach a conclusion. Rather we look to discover wholeness. Read more »

Redeeming Ourselves: Giving Credit to Our Source.

Two thousand years ago, a sage noted in the  hebraic wisdom book, Sayings (Ethics) of the Fathers, that the world can only be redeemed by giving credit to our Source. In other words, the first step in saving our world is to start acknowledging a higher reality, cosmic consciousness, God, the One Mind, or whatever words you wish. To acknowledge the Source above, we start by giving credit to our sources here on earth. For if we can’t give credit to your sources here on earth, how can you give credit to our Source above? Read more »

What Is The Difference Between Mental Imagery and Dreams?

 

A student at my Institute was trying to define with me the difference between a mental imagery experience and dream imagery, particularly in describing these imaginal events  out loud in a group setting, such as happens in my group imagery and group dream classes held in NYC.  Read more »

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