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What Aging Men Want

Started Apr 26, 2013

Help John Launch His New Creation Spirituality-based book
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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Robinson Jan 26, 2009.


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"Join me for a webinar on The Three Secrets of Aging at Sage-ing International on Feb 8. Should be fun!"
Jan 12, 2017
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"Come hear me at the Sage-ing International 2016 Conference in Loveland CO 10/20-23 speaking on "What Will I Give Back?" A great conference."
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"Doing a workshop "Caring for the World" at 9/18-21 at Mercy Center Burlingame. Come!"
Sep 5, 2016
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"Come to my workshop at Mercy Center Burlingame Sept 18-21 for the Conscious Elders Network on discerning your path of giving to the world."
Aug 17, 2016
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"Announcing: The ebook version of The Divine Human is now available! Paper back coming soon."
Aug 17, 2016
John Robinson commented on CSC Website Admin's event CSC Generations Gathering
"See you there! Looking forward to sharing community wisdom and experience on the New Aging and connecting with a new generation of CS leaders."
Mar 18, 2016
John Robinson posted a blog post

Sacred Activism

Years ago, Matthew Fox told us we were all mystics. I completely agree and have become profoundly interested in the mysticism of aging. Our unprecedented longevity created a new developmental stage in the human life cycle and I believe its purpose is the mystical transformation of conscious elders. In fifteen short years, the 65-and-older Boomer generation will constitute a third of the US population. If even a small percentage of enlightened elders entered this transformative process, a…See More
Mar 16, 2016

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How did you come to discover Creation Spirituality?
Graduated with D.Min. degree from the Univeristy of Creation
Spirituality in 2006.

John Robinson's Blog

New Ideas on the Spirituality of Aging

Posted on June 15, 2017 at 4:10am 0 Comments

Here's a recent article on my thoughts about the spirituality of aging:

The Nine Principles of Divine Manifestation

Posted on May 20, 2017 at 5:20am 0 Comments

            All my psychological, spiritual and mystical work over the past two decades has joyfully lead me to reclaim and proclaim pantheism - the idea and realization that everything is already sacred. We and the world are the literal incarnation of the divine. We fail to experience this truth because we have trapped ourselves in a self-perpetuating bubble of thought-driven perception. We label and explain everything and then see only what we think. But the mystics have always…


The Divine Human: The Final Transformation of Conscious Aging

Posted on August 26, 2016 at 9:08am 0 Comments

Hi All: The Divine Human is now available in ebook and paperback. You can find it online or through your local bookstore. Please help me spread the word on this book. Buy a copy and share with friends! This is the work of my soul, the culmination of my teaching, and the reason I came here. Wonderful to be you at the CSC Gathering. Warmest regards, John

What Will I Give Back? Finding Your Uniques Gifts in Caring for the World

Posted on August 17, 2016 at 10:24am 0 Comments

Conscious elders often yearn to "give back to community," and for many this call inspires a search for meaningful and often sacred service opportunities. While experimentation is helpful to discover what where we fit best, conscious elders can also benefit from exploring five Discernment Factors:

  • The True Self
  • The Ego-Soul Relationship
  • The Introversion-Extroversion Continuum
  • The Changing Experience of Age
  • The Status of Archetypal…

The Spiritual Practice of Aging

Posted on July 7, 2016 at 9:56am 0 Comments


           In the spiritual practice of aging, we are gradually and steadily transformed into love. It is a long slow process of melting the False Self - the idea of me - into a fathomless inner sea of divine love, like sliding into the bubbling waters of a hot tub, like a candle melting in the sun, until we are immersed in God's consciousness, energy and being. Each time we emerge brand new, infused with new understanding,…


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At 8:42pm on August 31, 2017, Nwoomi Akouvi said…

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At 12:58am on July 23, 2009, Susan Coppage Evans said…
Hi Friend, How are you? I think of you often.

At 2:53am on March 10, 2009, Marian Methner said…
HI John, Your picture and writing has popped up in my world many places recently so I've been thinking about you. Next time I'm in Gig Harbor I'd love to catch up. My thesis on Living Open Heartedly is well under way and I'd like to talk to you about it...

Blessings. Marian
At 4:10am on August 21, 2008, Peggy Short said…
John, thanks for your post. Your website is impressive, and it will take a bit to digest your blogs - they are "thick", as narrative research calls it. The Rocky Mountains behind me in the photo are actually great architecture of the Sydney Opera House. I was there last Christmas. This aging process is indeed a mystery - coping with the effects on the body and subsequent tricks on the mind, on expectations, loss and concerns about the future. The anti-aging field is not it - are you familiar with gero-transcendence, which certainly points to moving beyond? Yes, losing the ego - I keep going to Joseph Campbell's realization that as our body rots (his "real" base word), we shift our attention to something more vast, beyond our selves. It can be an opportunity for shifting attention. Hillman's concept of growing down seems too like the old inverted U concept of aging, and I think, if we attend to spirit, our expectations can be raised OUT, expansive and transcendent. Takes work, though, hunh? Every moment. Every breath. Every moment. I'll be back to your website and look forward to the new publication. Blessings to you and your family regarding your mother and all the losses and exquisite attention to the real basics of living this time offers us as we attend to our parents', friends', families' living/dying, Peggy
At 11:50am on August 20, 2008, Peggy Short said…
Hi John, How wonderful to see you - a great photo and also the view behind you! Let's hear about the status of your books! with care, Peggy
At 11:05am on August 20, 2008, John Robinson said…
Good to be back among kindred souls and looking forward to more community! To all my UCS
brothers and sisters, I want to be in closer touch. You can connect with me at
or I'm looking forward to catching up sharing stories. Kudos to all on
Originally Blessed, especially Matt Henry.


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