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Blending Hinduism, Shamanism and Goddess Spirituality
By Berit Kjos – February 7, 2010
“We…need to reawaken something very old…our understanding of Earth wisdom. We need to accept the invitation to the dance — the dance of unity of humans, plants, the Earth.”Â :”(Bill Devall and George Session, Deep Ecology, Salt Lake City- Gibbs Smith Publisher, 1985, p. ix.)”:Â Deep Ecology
“I propose that Cameron is alluding to that tenth avatar of Vishnu becoming manifest as the US marine in Pandora’s universe. The deliberate choice of the blue skin instantly, magically and metaphorically relates our protagonist to two previous avatars namely Rama and Krishna.”Â :”(The religious backdrop to James Camerons ,Avatar at http://www.cnngo.com/mumbai/play/avatar-hindu-perspective-961455)”:Â Sita Wadhwani, Mumbai Editor
“When I woke up this morning after watching Avatar for the first time yesterday, the world seemed… gray. It was like my whole life, everything I’ve done and worked for, lost its meaning…. I live in a dying world.”Â :”( A comment by Hill at Avatar-forums.com)”:Â Avatar-forums.com
“…the whole world is under the sway of the evil one.” 1 John 5:19 Continue reading
God IN Everything?
By Warren Smith
âA little leaven leaventh the whole lump.â
- Galatians 5:9
The Shack is being described as a âChristianâ novel and is currently ranked number one on the New York Times bestseller list for paperback fiction. Many believers are buying multiple copies and giving them to friends and family. The Shack reads as a true story, but is obviously allegorical fiction. The book conveys postmodern spiritual ideas and teachings that challenge biblical Christianity â all in the name of âGodâ and âJesusâ and the âHoly Spirit.â Author William P. Youngâs alternative presentation of traditional Christianity has both inspired and outraged his many readers. All the while his book continues to fly off the shelves of local bookstores. Continue reading
Speculations versus Security!
Buddhism began in the sixth century B.C. in India. Siddharta Gautama found that neither luxury nor self-mortification brought contentment. Meditating, he gained “enlightenment”. It is said the lotuses bloomed on every tree and the entire universe turned into a bouquet of flowers whirling through the air. He was given the name, Buddha, meaning “the Enlightened One.” Continue reading
by Scott Noble
Last summer I went to Thailand to visit some friends. While there one of my friends had his college students take me on a tour of the city. Continue reading