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You Are Nothing More Than A Dust Bunny

Zen is an interesting path. It tells us that nothing exists including our self, that we have no essential reality or even a soul. This can be very confusing if left without deeper study to find its meaning. We are basically an accumulation of thoughts and desires. They make up the essential reality of your […]

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I Have Posted a New Book

There is a new book on the books page. It is a collection of poetry and thoughts during my years as a monk living in the desert and travelling the world. It is free so help yourself. Just send me an email to request a copy. Thank you.

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A Heaven of Perpetual Virgins, Sex and God.

In the pursuit of truth and the hopeful clarification of the escalating lunacy that is pervading our world at present, cultivating a religious war of truly disastrous proportions, I offer you a touch of reality. It is unlikely that many people other than Moslems will read the Koran. It is also unlikely that the Moslems […]

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Do You Take Things Too Literally? This Prevents Learning.

Do You Take Things Too Literally Spiritual seekers and budding entrepreneurs alike are faced with a terrible dilemma, knowing the true meaning of what is really being said. Be it a conversation or reading an inspirational or apparently humorous story, knowing the real meaning determines the value gained and the outcome. If you try to […]

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Different Mystical Views Of Life

The purpose of these principles are to guide any individual towards achieving their goals in work, relationships, spiritual pursuits, personal calm and balance, and life in general. These principles are drawn from several ancient traditions as well as from my own personal experience. They are presented for the 21st century taking into account the changes […]

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What Is The Real Problem, Depression Or Disturbance?

Depression is a rampant disease according to our scientific medical community. Is that an accurate statement, or is it a massive misdiagnosis based on the real problem being too illusive to cure or too “spiritual” for medical science to acknowledge. In the Gospel of Thomas from the Nag Hammadi Library; Jesus said, “Those who seek […]

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