+ Reply to Thread
Page 334 of 336 FirstFirst 1 234 284 324 334 336 LastLast
Results 6,661 to 6,680 of 6714

Thread: Surfing with Wind

  1. Link to Post #6661
    United States Avalon Member william r sanford72's Avatar
    Join Date
    17th February 2013
    Location
    rural southcentral iowa
    Age
    49
    Posts
    2,782
    Thanks
    65,238
    Thanked 10,854 times in 2,677 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Dawn in Luxor..



    William.
    TRUTH and BALANCE

  2. The Following 13 Users Say Thank You to william r sanford72 For This Post:

    Anka (6th May 2021), betoobig (7th May 2021), Bill Ryan (1st May 2021), Bluegreen (1st May 2021), ClearWater (5th May 2021), EFO (2nd May 2021), Harmony (2nd May 2021), Inversion (2nd May 2021), justntime2learn (2nd May 2021), O Donna (1st May 2021), Reinhard (6th May 2021), Stephanie (2nd May 2021), Wind (2nd May 2021)

  3. Link to Post #6662
    United States Avalon Member Bluegreen's Avatar
    Join Date
    18th July 2014
    Location
    Wisconsin
    Posts
    6,323
    Thanks
    37,182
    Thanked 32,273 times in 5,643 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Sometimes its hard to be a woman


    Giving all your love to just one man







  4. The Following 13 Users Say Thank You to Bluegreen For This Post:

    Anka (6th May 2021), betoobig (7th May 2021), Bill Ryan (2nd May 2021), EFO (2nd May 2021), greybeard (4th May 2021), Harmony (2nd May 2021), Inversion (2nd May 2021), justntime2learn (2nd May 2021), O Donna (4th May 2021), Reinhard (6th May 2021), Stephanie (2nd May 2021), william r sanford72 (2nd May 2021), Wind (2nd May 2021)

  5. Link to Post #6663
    Finland Avalon Member Wind's Avatar
    Join Date
    25th September 2011
    Location
    A dream called Life
    Age
    30
    Posts
    7,486
    Thanks
    83,871
    Thanked 45,672 times in 7,271 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind


    The gift of seeing can be a great burden at times. Yet everything is as it's supposed to be.




    "This earth, with the varied experiences of good and evil, joy and suffering, peace and peril which it offers us, is a school of initiation leading primitive animal man into the development of awareness until he reaches the first discovery of his Self."

    ~ Paul Brunton


    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

  6. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to Wind For This Post:

    Anka (6th May 2021), betoobig (7th May 2021), Bill Ryan (4th May 2021), Bluegreen (4th May 2021), ClearWater (5th May 2021), EFO (5th May 2021), Harmony (6th May 2021), justntime2learn (5th May 2021), O Donna (5th May 2021), Stephanie (6th May 2021), william r sanford72 (5th May 2021)

  7. Link to Post #6664
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind













    Let it rain (reprised)




  8. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (6th May 2021), Bill Ryan (6th May 2021), Bluegreen (7th May 2021), EFO (6th May 2021), Harmony (6th May 2021), justntime2learn (6th May 2021), Stephanie (6th May 2021), william r sanford72 (6th May 2021), Wind (6th May 2021)

  9. Link to Post #6665
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind













    Quote Don't let what you are being get in the way of what you might become
    -- Henry Palmer

  10. The Following 10 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (7th May 2021), Bluegreen (7th May 2021), EFO (7th May 2021), Harmony (9th May 2021), justntime2learn (9th May 2021), Reinhard (7th May 2021), Stephanie (7th May 2021), william r sanford72 (8th May 2021), Wind (7th May 2021)

  11. Link to Post #6666
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Choice who I am

    Not choice who I am

    Meditate on this for some time

    If a deep smile does not seem to arise as if from within

    You are not doing it right.






  12. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (7th May 2021), Bluegreen (7th May 2021), EFO (7th May 2021), Harmony (9th May 2021), Inversion (7th May 2021), justntime2learn (9th May 2021), Reinhard (7th May 2021), Stephanie (7th May 2021), william r sanford72 (8th May 2021), Wind (7th May 2021)

  13. Link to Post #6667
    Finland Avalon Member Wind's Avatar
    Join Date
    25th September 2011
    Location
    A dream called Life
    Age
    30
    Posts
    7,486
    Thanks
    83,871
    Thanked 45,672 times in 7,271 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    "He who does not see the angels and devils in the beauty and malice of life will be far removed from knowledge, and his spirit will be empty of affection."

    ~ Kahlil Gibran



    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

  14. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to Wind For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (8th May 2021), Bluegreen (7th May 2021), EFO (8th May 2021), Harmony (9th May 2021), Inversion (7th May 2021), justntime2learn (9th May 2021), O Donna (8th May 2021), Reinhard (9th May 2021), Stephanie (11th May 2021), william r sanford72 (8th May 2021)

  15. Link to Post #6668
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Magic, an orb of infinite depth












    Everything is magical

    An exaggeration?

    That is right down magic's alley.



  16. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (9th May 2021), Bluegreen (10th May 2021), EFO (9th May 2021), Harmony (9th May 2021), justntime2learn (9th May 2021), Stephanie (11th May 2021), william r sanford72 (10th May 2021), Wind (9th May 2021)

  17. Link to Post #6669
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    How does one truly recognize the darkness without getting lost?

    The song below epitomizes the ‘lost’ part




  18. The Following 10 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (9th May 2021), Bluegreen (10th May 2021), EFO (9th May 2021), Harmony (9th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (9th May 2021), Stephanie (11th May 2021), william r sanford72 (10th May 2021), Wind (9th May 2021)

  19. Link to Post #6670
    Finland Avalon Member Wind's Avatar
    Join Date
    25th September 2011
    Location
    A dream called Life
    Age
    30
    Posts
    7,486
    Thanks
    83,871
    Thanked 45,672 times in 7,271 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    I have a question, please feel free to answer it. What do you think about nexus points?

    Both collective and individual. There seems to be chaos in the world.

    Yet isn't there a perfect order behind all of the manifestations too?

    There are lots of times in our life when our choices seem to be quite insignificant, yet during other times even those seemingly insignificant choices can have far-reaching chain reactions too. Besides that there are truly special points in our lives when the choices we make can affect not only in our own lives, but the lives of many other people. The responsibility of that can be huge and also so will be the karmic consequences. This is no mild intellectual curiosity, I would dare to say that it is of significant meaning.

    There is destiny and then there is seeming free will. The more conscious a being is the more aware it becomes of the natural law of cause and effect. This "play" has already played itself out, but yet here we are, experiencing it and participating in the drama. How wonderful? Or unbearably painful? Both are included in the package, can't be without either. The book of life has already been written, but while the story unfolds and each page turns, are we merely participating in the story or re-writing it while it goes on? Does it matter or is all that matters only the experience? This is the silliness of a philosopher, you start to ask all of these questions and where do you end up?



    Quote Nexus points are places where destiny and opportunity collide or from a Christian perspective where God's call and man's courage and will intersect. They are strategic moments that speak to core of history and purpose, of decisions and the trying of men's souls. They are opportunities to demonstrate in the moment of testing that your heart is true, that out of the fire comes precious treasure and not garbage to be swept aside. (1 Cor. 3:11-13)

    I believe there are innumerable small and many major nexus points in all of our lives, and for some there will be a singular moment that will forever define them. It is often difficult to tell how significant any given test is until it is upon us. The best course is to approach each trial as if it will be the the supreme test and strive to the uttermost to do our best. We need to remember that our performance in small things sets us up for our larger decisions.

    Also, these important moments are not necessarily single moments and the decisions that make them up are not necessarily single decisions but an important nexus point may take several hours, several days, or several weeks to work itself out and during that time a few or many decisions may bring us to the culminating moment, which if greatness beckons is the decision of our own choosing.

    "It is the characteristic excellence of the strong man that he can bring momentous issues to the fore and make a decision about them. The weak are always forced to decide between alternatives they have not chosen themselves." ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    No, we are responsible for our choices, for the ripples that flow out from them, for good or ill, and for whether or not we have answered the call of God upon our lives, or have asked instead to be let off the hook of consequence. Many people spend a large portion of their lives trying to get out from under the results of a failed nexus decision when it is infinitely simpler to seize the moment and do the right thing from the start.
    "Even while he believes that he is making a free choice between two or three alternatives, a man is really obeying the strongest tendency of those which constitute his character. His "I" does what his tendency tells him to do; its freedom is only an apparent one."

    "Even the man who believes that he possesses the attribute of free will finds himself forced to accept certain events just like others who do not believe they possess it."

    "Where is the freedom for the immense masses of men who are ego-bound? They are held hand and foot: it is only their illusion that they move freely. Where is the free choice for those who merely, unwittingly, blindly, express the tendencies with which they were born?"

    "You are free to turn this page over if you wish, the choice is entirely your own; but what you do not see so clearly is that the choice was predetermined by all that has made you what you are and your environment what it is. Apply enough reason and you will see that freedom is fettered."

    "Too many persons claim a freedom to choose and to will who in reality have only the very opposite--a captivity to their desires. These desires respond like a machine to the conditions which surround them and delude them into the belief that they are deliberately choosing from among those conditions. The moods and emotions of these persons are changed by every change of outer circumstance, provoked favourably or unfavourably by the nature of each change. Where is the freedom in this? Does it not rather show dependence?"

    "Most human beings are so automatic and predictable in their habitual reactions that they are like machines. And where is the freedom of a machine? They are really helpless creatures, devoid of free will. Despite this, they do possess a latent freedom, even though they are not evolved enough to claim it."

    "If freedom of will is utter illusion we have to ask ourselves why the Buddha, greatest of all advocates of the truth of inexorable karma, and whose enlightenment is incontestable, gave as his dying legacy to disciples the words, "Work out your own salvation." If this is not a call to the use of will, of a free will, what is? It is hard for Westerners to accept a doctrine of complete fatalism, and the difficulty is not wholly due to their ignorance of spiritual facts which are elementary to Indians. It is also due to their instinctive refusal to be robbed of their initiative, and to their insistence on moral responsibility for ethical decisions and actions."

    "Inevitably and ultimately, will must prove stronger than fate because it is our own past will which created our present fate."


    ~ Paul Brunton
    Last edited by Wind; 11th May 2021 at 23:11.
    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

  20. The Following 13 Users Say Thank You to Wind For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (11th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), ClearWater (16th May 2021), EFO (12th May 2021), greybeard (12th May 2021), Harmony (13th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (12th May 2021), O Donna (11th May 2021), Reinhard (13th May 2021), Sue (Ayt) (14th May 2021), william r sanford72 (12th May 2021)

  21. Link to Post #6671
    Finland Avalon Member Wind's Avatar
    Join Date
    25th September 2011
    Location
    A dream called Life
    Age
    30
    Posts
    7,486
    Thanks
    83,871
    Thanked 45,672 times in 7,271 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    I wouldn't have it any other way.

    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

  22. The Following 10 Users Say Thank You to Wind For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (13th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), EFO (13th May 2021), Harmony (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (14th May 2021), Mashika (13th May 2021), O Donna (13th May 2021), Sue (Ayt) (14th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021)

  23. Link to Post #6672
    Romania Avalon Member EFO's Avatar
    Join Date
    13th May 2016
    Language
    Romanian
    Age
    51
    Posts
    1,774
    Thanks
    13,069
    Thanked 11,385 times in 1,713 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    It's Happening - The Big Shift Has Begun | Dr. Joe Dispenza (LOA)
    (6:46 min.)
    "Your planet is forbidden for an open visit - extremely aggressive social environment,despite almost perfect climatic conditions.Almost 4 billion violent deaths for the last 5000 years and about 15000 major military conflicts in the same period."

  24. The Following 11 Users Say Thank You to EFO For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (13th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), ClearWater (16th May 2021), Harmony (13th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (14th May 2021), O Donna (13th May 2021), Sue (Ayt) (14th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (13th May 2021)

  25. Link to Post #6673
    Avalon Member Mashika's Avatar
    Join Date
    26th September 2019
    Posts
    1,215
    Thanks
    3,299
    Thanked 7,677 times in 1,157 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    I have a question, please feel free to answer it. What do you think about nexus points?

    Both collective and individual. There seems to be chaos in the world.

    Yet isn't there a perfect order behind all of the manifestations too?

    There are lots of times in our life when our choices seem to be quite insignificant, yet during other times even those seemingly insignificant choices can have far-reaching chain reactions too. Besides that there are truly special points in our lives when the choices we make can affect not only in our own lives, but the lives of many other people. The responsibility of that can be huge and also so will be the karmic consequences. This is no mild intellectual curiosity, I would dare to say that it is of significant meaning.

    There is destiny and then there is seeming free will. The more conscious a being is the more aware it becomes of the natural law of cause and effect. This "play" has already played itself out, but yet here we are, experiencing it and participating in the drama. How wonderful? Or unbearably painful? Both are included in the package, can't be without either. The book of life has already been written, but while the story unfolds and each page turns, are we merely participating in the story or re-writing it while it goes on? Does it matter or is all that matters only the experience? This is the silliness of a philosopher, you start to ask all of these questions and where do you end up?



    Quote Nexus points are places where destiny and opportunity collide or from a Christian perspective where God's call and man's courage and will intersect. They are strategic moments that speak to core of history and purpose, of decisions and the trying of men's souls. They are opportunities to demonstrate in the moment of testing that your heart is true, that out of the fire comes precious treasure and not garbage to be swept aside. (1 Cor. 3:11-13)

    I believe there are innumerable small and many major nexus points in all of our lives, and for some there will be a singular moment that will forever define them. It is often difficult to tell how significant any given test is until it is upon us. The best course is to approach each trial as if it will be the the supreme test and strive to the uttermost to do our best. We need to remember that our performance in small things sets us up for our larger decisions.

    Also, these important moments are not necessarily single moments and the decisions that make them up are not necessarily single decisions but an important nexus point may take several hours, several days, or several weeks to work itself out and during that time a few or many decisions may bring us to the culminating moment, which if greatness beckons is the decision of our own choosing.

    "It is the characteristic excellence of the strong man that he can bring momentous issues to the fore and make a decision about them. The weak are always forced to decide between alternatives they have not chosen themselves." ~ Dietrich Bonhoeffer

    No, we are responsible for our choices, for the ripples that flow out from them, for good or ill, and for whether or not we have answered the call of God upon our lives, or have asked instead to be let off the hook of consequence. Many people spend a large portion of their lives trying to get out from under the results of a failed nexus decision when it is infinitely simpler to seize the moment and do the right thing from the start.
    "Even while he believes that he is making a free choice between two or three alternatives, a man is really obeying the strongest tendency of those which constitute his character. His "I" does what his tendency tells him to do; its freedom is only an apparent one."

    "Even the man who believes that he possesses the attribute of free will finds himself forced to accept certain events just like others who do not believe they possess it."

    "Where is the freedom for the immense masses of men who are ego-bound? They are held hand and foot: it is only their illusion that they move freely. Where is the free choice for those who merely, unwittingly, blindly, express the tendencies with which they were born?"

    "You are free to turn this page over if you wish, the choice is entirely your own; but what you do not see so clearly is that the choice was predetermined by all that has made you what you are and your environment what it is. Apply enough reason and you will see that freedom is fettered."

    "Too many persons claim a freedom to choose and to will who in reality have only the very opposite--a captivity to their desires. These desires respond like a machine to the conditions which surround them and delude them into the belief that they are deliberately choosing from among those conditions. The moods and emotions of these persons are changed by every change of outer circumstance, provoked favourably or unfavourably by the nature of each change. Where is the freedom in this? Does it not rather show dependence?"

    "Most human beings are so automatic and predictable in their habitual reactions that they are like machines. And where is the freedom of a machine? They are really helpless creatures, devoid of free will. Despite this, they do possess a latent freedom, even though they are not evolved enough to claim it."

    "If freedom of will is utter illusion we have to ask ourselves why the Buddha, greatest of all advocates of the truth of inexorable karma, and whose enlightenment is incontestable, gave as his dying legacy to disciples the words, "Work out your own salvation." If this is not a call to the use of will, of a free will, what is? It is hard for Westerners to accept a doctrine of complete fatalism, and the difficulty is not wholly due to their ignorance of spiritual facts which are elementary to Indians. It is also due to their instinctive refusal to be robbed of their initiative, and to their insistence on moral responsibility for ethical decisions and actions."

    "Inevitably and ultimately, will must prove stronger than fate because it is our own past will which created our present fate."


    ~ Paul Brunton
    Nexus points are grown out of human ego

    "This all reality had to be about me somehow"

    Until you "unbecome", you will always "be"
    Bona Terra, Bona Gens, Aqua Clara, Clarum Coelum

  26. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Mashika For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (13th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), Harmony (13th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (14th May 2021), O Donna (13th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (13th May 2021)

  27. Link to Post #6674
    Finland Avalon Member Wind's Avatar
    Join Date
    25th September 2011
    Location
    A dream called Life
    Age
    30
    Posts
    7,486
    Thanks
    83,871
    Thanked 45,672 times in 7,271 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    "In Islam, Barakah or Baraka (Arabic: بركة‎ "blessing") is a blessing power, a kind of continuity of spiritual presence and revelation that begins with God and flows through that and those closest to God.

    Baraka is a prominent concept in Islamic mysticism, particularly Sufism. It pervades Sufi texts, beliefs, practices, and spirituality. Sufism emphasizes the importance of esoteric knowledge and the spiritual union with God through the heart. Baraka symbolizes this connection between the divine and the worldly through God's direct and intentional blessing of those that are most reflective of Him and his teachings."


    "When you've seen beyond yourself, then you may find, peace of mind is waiting there." ~ George Harrison

  28. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to Wind For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (13th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), EFO (13th May 2021), Harmony (17th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (14th May 2021), O Donna (13th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021)

  29. Link to Post #6675
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Quote Posted by Wind (here)
    I wouldn't have it any other way.

    Was there another option? If there was, it goes to show I lack attention to detail.


  30. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (13th May 2021), Bluegreen (13th May 2021), EFO (14th May 2021), Harmony (14th May 2021), Hym (13th May 2021), justntime2learn (14th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (13th May 2021)

  31. Link to Post #6676
    Avalon Member justntime2learn's Avatar
    Join Date
    22nd April 2014
    Posts
    1,807
    Thanks
    57,897
    Thanked 11,547 times in 1,761 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    I've always been mad, I know I've been mad,
    Like the most of us, very hard to explain why you're mad,
    Even if you're not mad ~ Pink Floyd
    “To develop a complete mind: Study the art of science; study the science of art. Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else” – Leonardo Da Vinci

  32. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to justntime2learn For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (14th May 2021), Bluegreen (14th May 2021), EFO (14th May 2021), Harmony (14th May 2021), Hym (14th May 2021), O Donna (14th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (14th May 2021)

  33. Link to Post #6677
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind




    It gets so very very dark
    To dark to see
    Guided by faded words,
    faded memories
    then
    inexplicitly
    It is enough





  34. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (14th May 2021), Bluegreen (15th May 2021), ClearWater (16th May 2021), EFO (14th May 2021), Harmony (14th May 2021), justntime2learn (15th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (14th May 2021)

  35. Link to Post #6678
    Avalon Member O Donna's Avatar
    Join Date
    9th January 2018
    Posts
    1,015
    Thanks
    7,779
    Thanked 8,081 times in 1,001 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind






    Worth saving doesn't need saving. Ironic, no?












  36. The Following 9 Users Say Thank You to O Donna For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (15th May 2021), Bluegreen (15th May 2021), ClearWater (16th May 2021), EFO (16th May 2021), Harmony (17th May 2021), justntime2learn (15th May 2021), william r sanford72 (15th May 2021), Wind (15th May 2021)

  37. Link to Post #6679
    United States Avalon Member william r sanford72's Avatar
    Join Date
    17th February 2013
    Location
    rural southcentral iowa
    Age
    49
    Posts
    2,782
    Thanks
    65,238
    Thanked 10,854 times in 2,677 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    Green Airplanes What Do They Mean?

    Ni Moya.



    William.
    TRUTH and BALANCE

  38. The Following 8 Users Say Thank You to william r sanford72 For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (15th May 2021), Bluegreen (15th May 2021), EFO (16th May 2021), Harmony (17th May 2021), justntime2learn (15th May 2021), O Donna (16th May 2021), Wind (15th May 2021)

  39. Link to Post #6680
    United States Avalon Member william r sanford72's Avatar
    Join Date
    17th February 2013
    Location
    rural southcentral iowa
    Age
    49
    Posts
    2,782
    Thanks
    65,238
    Thanked 10,854 times in 2,677 posts

    Default Re: Surfing with Wind

    ESOTERICA With DR.Sledge...

    Philosophy of Mysticism - Are Mystical Experiences True and Can Gnosis be Trusted?

    Mystical experiences are perhaps the fundamental datum of the world's religions though just how trustworthy are they? In this episode I explore the philosophical issues of mystical experiences and the content of the revelations said to had through them. How much can philosophy tell us about the world of the mystical?

    TRUTH and BALANCE

  40. The Following 8 Users Say Thank You to william r sanford72 For This Post:

    Anka (31st May 2021), Bill Ryan (16th May 2021), Bluegreen (17th May 2021), EFO (16th May 2021), Harmony (17th May 2021), justntime2learn (16th May 2021), O Donna (17th May 2021), Wind (16th May 2021)

+ Reply to Thread
Page 334 of 336 FirstFirst 1 234 284 324 334 336 LastLast

Tags for this Thread

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts