Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan On December 6, 2015December 6, 2015 By Amidha K. Porter, M.A.In Home Just wanted to post a YouTube of my beloved life’s teacher, Pir Vilayat: Share this:ShareEmailPrintFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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What a treasure, Amidha!!!! what a treasure to have as teacher!! Thank you so much for posting this!!!
One among the many things I’m struck by is the connection of god and universe… because a month or so ago I surprised myself by waking up thinking, Hello, Universe! and liked the way that felt. In the past I would have thought Good morning, God, but nowadays that feels too artificial, or confining, or narrow…
I’m reading a bunch of Jung these days… will be interested in your thoughts on his thoughts!!
Thank you again, and all good things to you and yours!!!!! Betty
Betty, I so often think of you, and I say to David “What’s going on with Betty” and he says “oh, she’s really busy with her grandchild,” so I never seem to follow up. Men!!!
well, in David’s defense… we don’t usually talk about god, the universe, and everything at hospice meetings
tho likely we ought to!! : )
Thank you ever so much again!!!!!
Scroll down on the right of my new blog template, until you get to the quote by Teilhard de Chardin….he is an excellent catalyst for this “God as the Universe” idea…..
Yes! I have liked that too!! & have his Phenomenon of Man and Divine Milieu…. neat ideas!
I’m intrigued these days thinking about the connections among the “none’s” of the Pew polls, atheists, liberal christians, “NextChurch,” process theology, and Jung & Joseph Campbell… and this interview reminds me to be thinking about Sufis too. Seems like something is afoot!
A process theology initiative that’s pretty interesting & that I may have mentioned before is Homebrewed Christianity, run by a young Claremont graduate student who’s also a minister. They have a project with Fortress Press (that I’m not seeing offhand), interview podcasts, online courses, conferences — and evidently, good ale : ) http://homebrewedchristianity.com/
Solstice shalom, salaam, peace!!