“Have you ever struggled to find words to describe something that is ultimately indescribable?”
In today’s podcast I’m going to take a poetic approach in an effort to get at the heart of this online ministry. From my first post in February of 2013 my blog and now my 152ndpodcast has served to help people look critically at their frameworks and ask the hard questions of faith, religion, and belief systems in the modern age.
As consciousness increases, the old wineskins and frameworks can no longer contain what is growing inside and new ways of understanding the old Truth must displace the familiar forms.
Join me now as I share the metaphor of following a sound to help us tune into our own inner experience and follow the liberating path of the Exile.
“Have you ever noticed that most people are not very good at religion?”
Today we return exclusively to the Podcast world and examine how even though we hear religious people talking, blogging and posting, about the issues facing our world, when we get behind the scenes, most are not very religious at all.
This may end up being a good thing for the world. Join me now as we see beyond Oz’s curtain and all the religious containers in favor of a universal faith that can be shared and accessed by everyone, even those who suck at religion.
“Why are some people resistant to God and spirituality while others are tuned in to it?
In today’s broadcast, we examine the parables the Sower and the Lamp under the Jar. Too often these are taught separately and the result is a tribal message that separates people between innies and outies.
Join me now as we see beyond that which is hidden in a parable so that we can see all that is being revealed. Namely, that the parable reflects a process and not fixed states of being. It takes a special kind of consciousness to see consciousness, and that is precisely the point of the story.
“Are demons depicted in the TV show Ghost Adventures a real thing? Is there really another dimension to reality that most people can’t see?”
In today’s broadcast we explore a story where a bunch of demons have possessed a man and he torments the town. No, this isn’t a B-level horror film, this is right out of the bible. While we can learn something about ancient beliefs in demons, this story allows us to learn something else about the town and ourselves.
Join me now as we see beyond the legion of demons into a dimension of reality that if accessed, can really transform our lives.
“Is it ever ok for a leader to call a woman a dog?”
Last week President Trump called a former staff member a dog among other insults. Both sides of the isle have chimed in as they usually do, aligning with their own traditionsand preferences.
In today’s broadcast, we explore a very confusing story where Jesus calls a foreign woman a dog. What first appears as apathy and insult opens up a story that will free us from our juvenile bigotry and unredeemed pain.
Join me now as we see past the insult into its intended audience, namely those that would ignore the commandment to love for the sake of their tradition and tribe.