What if what we think of as religion, in its countless varied expressions throughout history and globally today, is simply a matter of how we understand and position ourselves in relationship with what caused us?
Enter, the simple but perplexing questions of how we got here and where we came from as human beings. This is a sensitive topic and one about which the world has long been and remains very divided. But perhaps more importantly, is the fact itself that we are not aware and knowing of our origins, resulting in such great unanswered questions and social divisiveness, as we are left instead to resort to belief, speculation or even denial of a unifying one truth of this ultimate, inescapable relationship with what is deepest within all of us.
So, if there is more to us than we are aware of, and our lack of awareness is leaving us with the same sense of incompletion and unrest, could there be an underlying fragmentation within us as human beings that is playing out in every aspect, and indeed the whole model, of human life?
Religion as a lived way
You may find this a challenging question, but what if the greatest expression of religion possible for a human being has more to do with how we live than it is about doctrines and beliefs?
The natural unison that is Religion and Philosophy.
Should Religion and Philosophy be defined as being separate from each other? What if there is more of an integration between the two than we realise?
What is the difference between spirit and soul?
Spirit and soul are two concepts that remain indistinct in many people’s minds and are words that are used interchangeably in conversation. But what if these two simple terms hold the key to our evolution?
Introducing a basis for understanding the illusion of demarcation
Have you ever wondered why religion, philosophy and science are still siloed in today’s contemporary society?
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