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Spiritual Thinking

Einstein and Problem Solving: Spiritual Thinking

Albert Einstein said, “No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it.”

I’ve taken the liberty to paraphrase Einstein’s comment, filtered through Colette’s teaching: “No problem can be solved from the same level of thinking that created it.” For me, what is required is a new way of thinking originating on a different level of consciousness. This other way is called spiritual thinking. Read more »

We Are Not Meant To Die

Summer 2017 release of Dr. Jerry Epstein's  new book

All the practices presented within this book teach you to return to the is-ness of the moment, away from the ever-distracting noises that keep you rooted to the nonexistent past and future. All act to increase longevity, change your habitual response to the daily shocks of life, and reframe your purpose in living. Read more »

We Are Not Meant To Die

This summer, Dr. Jerry's newest book will debut. Here's a short summary of the book.

We are Not Meant to Die:  Spiritual Secrets of Longevity to Reverse Our Attachment to the Inevitability of Death brings findings in modern science together with the perennial wisdom of the Western spiritual tradition to demonstrate the rationale for both longevity and even the possibility of immortality in human life.  Whether we achieve immortality or not, we can each learn to live freer, unconditioned lives grounded in the present moment.  Read more »

Spiritual Thinking

We are all devoted to thinking.  Everyone exists here as thinking beings.  Spiritual thinking asks us to devote to a different way of thinking than we have been educated and conditioned to do.  It is a way to think promoting a virtuous, holy life that stirs us to love and to do service, to develop conscience, a sense and feeling for others’ feelings and behavior. Read more »

Redefining "Nowhere"

The term “nowhere” defines a non-spatial referent.  There is no location specified and refers to what exists “outside” the dimensional space bounded as that is by height, width, depth.  As such, nowhere is actually no-where.  The imaginal  existence discovered through the process of mental imagery actually has no residence.  It belongs to no-where, making it independent of and not associated with a spatial location, nor conditioned upon any spatial boundary to confirm its legitimacy, authenticity or meaningfulness. Read more »

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