Monthly Archives: February 2013

Healing and Numinosity in the Native American Church

One of the first phases in the healing relationship is the experience of numinosity.  Rudolf Otto coined the word “numinous”  as a quality we find in all the world’s religions, whereby the divine is experienced (among other qualities) as being … Continue reading

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The Inner Light of God

Where do we find God? Within ourselves, that is the teaching of the esoteric, gnostic traditions of all religions. It was also the discovery of the Alchemists. When we look within ourselves, we find that there is a something objective, … Continue reading

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