Overcoming Ego and Transforming Self in Confucianism & Taoism

(This is the continuation of a series exploring the nature of the human ego in the world’s religions and science, beginning with this post.)

Confucianism and Taoism are two similar philosophies or religions mainly found in China. They also have a history of teachings about the “self” and overcoming this entity in order to realize a greater union with reality. Continue reading “Overcoming Ego and Transforming Self in Confucianism & Taoism”

“One Song: The Science of Oneness” by JD Stillwater

In my recent move from Utah to Pennsylvania I’ve had the opportunity to get to know wonderful new people, and one of those is JD Stillwater. He is a wise, affable, loving, and talented science educator, writer, musician, mystic, naturalist, speaker, and much more. As part of his Seven Candles project, a non-profit organization with the laudable mission to integrate science and spirituality, he gave a presentation a couple years ago on the topic of science and oneness. I think it is excellent. If you have a half hour to watch this, below, I think JD gave a fantastic introduction to the subject of how we are all one, and how science helps to inform us of this remarkable reality. Continue reading ““One Song: The Science of Oneness” by JD Stillwater”

Is God a Person?

In my post yesterday I said,

The only God that we can find and perceive and know directly as such, I believe, is the one that can be found in the very center and heart of our own Self and Being and Consciousness. That is where God is. That is where God lives. That is God, in humanity.

Some may wonder, “But isn’t God a person, a human being? Doesn’t God exist somewhere as an individual person, as we’ve come to believe all our lives?”

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