Creation is Natural: Don’t Suck At It!
It has been said that, “Every thought is a prayer and every word a spell.” This is to say that we’re all creating, because life, in, and of, itself, is a process of creation and recreation. The question isn’t whether we’re creating or not, but whether we’re good at it. In this regard, creation is…
Bible Contradiction: Does God Give “Good” Gifts, or Serpents for Food?
As a spiritual person with an affinity for scripture and the bible, I’ve been trying to reconcile an apparent bible contradiction between the old and new testament scriptures. In Luke 11:11, Jesus makes the point that God is a good father that knows how to give good gifts to his children. “What father among you,…
Spiritual AF! #4: Meditation – Channeling the Divine
Within each one of us exists a native intelligence that operates to keep us alive on a subconscious level. This unconscious intelligence is carrying out millions of subconscious functions on our behalf without us having to guide them. Without this inherent intelligence, we would die very quickly. This native intelligence within us, is a conduit…
Spiritual AF! #2: Everything Is Spiritual
In our last post in this Spiritual AF! series, we started our journey by unpacking the deeply spiritual nature of our existence. To highlight the spiritual aspect to life and living, we contemplated a quote that helps us reframe our outlook on spiritual disciplines and the role they play in living a meaningful life. “We…
My Black Box Experience: I Wanted to Die and Only God Could Stop Me
In this post I will be sharing a personal experience that’s challenging for me to talk about. As I promised in my first post, I will do my best to bring something authentic, transparent, and vulnerable to you. This requires me to share the great, good, bad, and ugly of my experience. In an effort…
QOTD #2: Imagination – Curious Kid or False Prophet?
Today’s QOTD is from the ancient stoic philosopher, Seneca. One of his famous quotes is about the link between our imagination and suffering. Seneca famously said, “We suffer more in imagination than in reality.”