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The 3 Aspects of Self-Improvement: On The Spirit   1 comment

Introduction

The 3 Aspects of Self-Improvement: On the Spirit I will Discuss in More Detail The Goals You Have With Regards to The Spirit in Light of Ancient, Modern and Catholic Thought. This is A Continuation on the Self-Improvement Series, in this part I will be talking about the Spirit. I will be discussing the How and Why one should Improve The Spirit. Elsewhere I have written concerning my own attempts at Bodily Self-Improvement that,

“It was after the end of the first half of my first college experience that I began losing interest in Occultism and I discovered psychology going more in-depth then I had previously done before, in particular with interests of Carl Jung and the mythological studies of Joseph Campbell. I also ran into a few video documentaries by Michael Tsarion, in particular his video documentary, ‘Architects of Control: Program One’ where he shows the connections of Psychology and Inner World development with Esotericism and Spiritual Traditions. This turned me away from my old views on religion and spirituality, treating God like as if he was far away and foreign and something that I was at the same time, to realizing I am not God but rather in the process of becoming God-like and that the closest connection I have to him his within my own heart, which ought not to be interpreted as something sentimental, but rather understood as the spiritual center of man. “

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Reconciliation #1: Initial Discussion on the Inorganic Sciences and Christianity [2/3]   1 comment

I. Introduction

The Concepts of Eastern Christian teaching founded throughout the Theological Writings of Mystics and Clergymen from the Patristic Era to the Modern Day itself are not in conflict with the Modern Scientific understandings concerning Physics at the Quantum Level, Relativity, Chaos and Uncertainty as well as the the Emerging Science of Systems/Network Science. This blog post will be broken up into 3-Parts in order to accommodate for space in respect to the reader. This is the second part of the initial discussion done in order to begin the work of reconciling the Christian God to Inorganic Nature. Sources will be cited at the end of the First Post, the Second Post, and the Third Post, to point to further reading. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted August 14, 2011 by jimbo9889 in The Objectives

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Reconciliation #1: Initial Discussion on the Inorganic Sciences and Christianity [1/3]   1 comment

I. Introduction

The Concepts of Eastern Christian teaching founded throughout the Theological Writings of Mystics and Clergymen from the Patristic Era to the Modern Day itself are not in conflict with the Modern Scientific understandings concerning Physics at the Quantum Level, Relativity, Chaos and Uncertainty as well as the the Emerging Science of Systems/Network Science. This blog post will be broken up into 3-Parts in order to accommodate for space in respect to the reader. This is the first and initial discussion done in order to begin the work of reconciling the Christian God to Inorganic Nature. Sources will be cited at the end the end of the First Post, the Second Post, and the Third Post, to point to further reading. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted August 14, 2011 by jimbo9889 in The Objectives

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Reconciliation #1: Initial Discussion on the Inorganic Sciences and Christianity [3/3]   2 comments

I. Introduction

The Concepts of Eastern Christian teaching founded throughout the Theological Writings of Mystics and Clergymen from the Patristic Era to the Modern Day itself are not in conflict with the Modern Scientific understandings concerning Physics at the Quantum Level, Relativity, Chaos and Uncertainty as well as the the Emerging Science of Systems/Network Science. This blog post will be broken up into 3-Parts in order to accommodate for space in respect to the reader. This is the third part of the initial discussion done in order to begin the work of reconciling the Christian God to Inorganic Nature. Sources will be cited at the end the end of the First Post, the Second Post, and the Third Post, to point to further reading. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted August 14, 2011 by jimbo9889 in The Objectives

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