April 21, 2022

If your spiritual experiences – your UPG, your Unverified Personal Gnosis – involve someone else, either they’ll respond on their own, or you’re mistaking your desires for the message of a God or spirit. Read more

April 19, 2022

Let’s examine the consensus meaning of the Two of Swords at a deeper level than your typical little white book. And let’s explore wisdom of the Two of Swords in the context of living in these “interesting” and “unprecedented” times. Read more

April 14, 2022

Most times, talking about our religious and spiritual experiences is a good thing. But there are times when talking about them is unhelpful and even harmful. In those cases, it’s best to remain silent. Read more

April 10, 2022

Wild magic strips away the masks, costumes, and programming of the modern world and helps us remember who and what we truly are. That helps us understand what we really want, and how we can go about getting it – or being it. Read more

April 7, 2022

No one person has polytheist monasticism all figured out yet. But because these writers have shared their experiences and their practices, the rest of us have a place to start, and a map for taking our own practices further. Read more

April 3, 2022

It’s good to examine the rational benefits of religion. The problem comes when we assume anything “rational” must be materialistic and non-theistic. Our religious experiences are unquestionably real. They’re why religion persists, and why it will always persist. Read more

March 31, 2022

If you believe in reincarnation, what do you think – or hope – your next life will be like? Read more

March 29, 2022

Hustle culture tells you to just work harder. Slacker culture tells you you’re already working too hard. I say you should work as hard as it takes to get to where you want to go, and no harder. Start by finding a direction. Read more

March 24, 2022

Can they be stopped? They can, if enough people vote against them. But we have to persuade people to be concerned about fundamental rights to outvote those who vote Republican because they blame Joe Biden for high gas prices. Read more

March 22, 2022

At some point there are no more books, no more classes, no more teachers. There’s just the open sea and the stars and the wind. There’s only learning by doing. Read more

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