Could Christ Have Been a Woman?
The late Trappist monk and teacher of centering prayer spoke passionately about realizing our innate divinity, which simultaneously transcends and celebrates gender.
A Mind Like Water
“When I see my opponents fly through the air and fall at my feet without conscious effort on my part, I realize that I am a partaker of something greater than I can comprehend.” A poet, spiritual teacher and black-belt master of the Bushido way describes the astonishing effects of profound Self-realization on the human capacity for mental and physical mastery.
The Roar of the Timeless Beyond
A distinguished Pali scholar asserts that the Buddha's transmission of “right view” was nothing less than a transcendent revelation.
Making God Laugh
“There are no problems in life; the only problem is thinking.” A journey beyond time, space and the world as we know it with an outrageous modern Advaitin.
What the Buddha Taught
We asked a renowned Buddhist abbot, ordained a celibate monk at the age of twelve, what the Buddha himself would have to say about the relevance of celibacy in these sexually “liberated” times.
The Disappearance of the Outside
A Romanian exile, social critic and poet talks about consumerism, spiritual subversion and the dangers of the seemingly real.
Look for Truth No Matter Where It Takes You
F. David Peat on David Bohm, Krishnamurti and Himself
David Bohm, renowned theoretical physicist and close associate of the great spiritual visionary J. Krishnamurti, is remembered by his friend, colleague, and biographer David Peat.