Started Apr 26, 2013
Started this discussion. Last reply by John Robinson Jan 26, 2009.
Here's a recent article on my thoughts about the spirituality of aging:
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…Continue
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
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:
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,…Continue