The spiritual library

Photo by Skitterphoto | The library was opened for you by Bernd Eckart from Germany Entering the silent library you see several shelves about different topics.First you dig into several general articles about spirituality {lateral thinking}{7 spiritual laws of success}{complexity vs simplicity}{yoga vs karma}{excpect no reward}{problems of awakening}{yuppy- vs spiritual yoga}{persistence}{2012}{fear of death}{'deathtiny'}{2060}{dogma to breed}{altruism}{maya …

A summary of Buddhist meditations

Since the subject of meditation is less clear than I anticipated I decided to sum up a description of a Buddhist to save you 1 1/2 hours of listening. The core of the Buddha's way to liberation consists in the practice of meditation It was by meditation that the Buddha reached enlightenment himself and it …

A peaceful common ground for agnostics and religions of all kinds

Religions as well as politics do trigger intense emotions. But a very simple solution was actually written 25 years ago by Neil Donald Walsch who did sincerely search for god for half a century until he got some wise revelations which he wrote down in his book "Conversations with God". Those insights brought my inner …

The biggest heroes are the unsung ones

Spiritual inspiration Sunday 20 By our rewarding education we are conditioned to do well and excel; and depending on how much punishment was involved we define our sense of 'right and wrong' by what others reward or dismiss. This is why you see kids who weren't educated in ethics often behave in unnecessary destructive ways …

OMG (Om, I, God) – the better half

The god-experiment part 2 In part 1 I told you about the horizontal intellectual axis betweenAtheist / Agnostic <-------------------- vs -----------------> orthodox Believer To explore the vertical intuitive Axis (which I will explain at the end),I seriously dedicated myself to the nebulous 'divine' (for 4 months now and ongoing) as described by an Iranian mystic …

OMG (Om, I, God)

The god-experiment From birth on we are conditioned into belief systems and believe to know "the ultimate truth", assuming that all generations beforehand were fools. Yet the fact is that believes did change throughout history, so much even, that they did turn around not only by 180°, but that even multiple times. Most humans do get …