Category Archives: Inner exploration

Prayer, meditation, and such internal spiritual techniques

A New, Hybrid Science Will Soon Emerge

Modern science is like that old ’86 Honda in the garage… either due for a complete overhaul or ready to be replaced with a hybrid. It’ll probably have to be replaced, as I explain in this article… Continue reading

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Fixing America (8): Being a Noble Force

So in dire times, when it seems like the end of the road, it’s really just a fork, or crossroads. One way leads to expediency, the other to eternity…. Continue reading

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Fixing America (7): Contending with Savage Forces

Can we really commit to a noble bearing while living in this noble-savage world? If we do, what are the rewards and consequences of that commitment? If we’re loving and trusting, will we be a force of peace, or will we simply be ground up by the savage forces around us?…. Continue reading

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More Epicycles: Science and the Near-Death Experience

Yet another study of near-death experiences (NDEs) explores neurochemical explanations…. Continue reading

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More Modern-Day Epicycles

The more we learn through inner exploration, the more we move toward the Eastern philosophy (and I’m talking way east of Notre Dame) that what really exists within consciousness (what people like me call “spirit” or “soul”) is the true reality… and that the material reality that we experience through the five physical senses here on Earth is the illusion, the “maya.” Continue reading

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phs10: The Carnal Line Between Noble and Savage

Maybe the best way to distinguish the “noble” from the “savage” in human nature and human affairs is to answer a simple question: What drives the angels? While angels, or ethereal beings, aren’t perfect in the “God” sense of the word… they’re much closer to perfection than we humans are… so close, in fact, that from our earthly point of view angels seem omnipresent and all-powerful. They seem to embody all of the nobility of God…. Continue reading

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phs9: Managing the World in the 21st Century

The intent of world management is not to eliminate the savage side of mankind—which would destroy the noble-savage human being—but to tame and direct it. Continue reading

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