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Kali Yuga, Sublimity and Love:

Kali Yuga is supposed to be a “winter of the soul.” The greatest forgetting of the divine, but it is not a disintegration as we might think. Rather it is the embodiment of spirit in matter, on one end veiling, the other, uplifting, moving “matter” towards greater complexity. Imagine a swirling vortex, as it pours … Continue reading

The Death of the Hero

More than halfway through Coming into Being, I’m having a great time discovering the multiple layers of depth within a single folk tale. As Thompson is pointing out, it is like excavating the layers of a cultural ecology that surrounds and embodies us, even to this day. In early human history, the sacred was represented … Continue reading

Heart, Mind and Theory

I think the only real problem with any theory, or practice, is that it is in constant danger of trapping the user in a fixed system. When we catch a glimpse of the divine, and see how it influences our universe through some underlying patterns, we might attempt to “master,” that wave. On occasion, we … Continue reading