Tag Archives: Inner Christianity

St. Niklaus, the Reformed Berserker

When I mentioned to my friend that Saint Nick’s was going to be celebrated on the 6th of December, he said “Niklaus, the Swiss saint?” “No, Nicholas, the Bishop of Myra, the one who evolved into Santa Claus. They are … Continue reading

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Two spirits, better than one?

The young man confessed, “I’m a two spirit.  I haven’t acted upon it yet, but I am always tempted.”  Our more primitive relatives, the Native Americans of Turtle Island, used this very interesting expression, “two spirit”, to characterize an important … Continue reading

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How to find the inner “I”

I met Richard Smoley at a Lecture at Krotona Institute in Ojai, California.  He mentioned his book, Inner Christianity: A Guide to the Esoteric Tradition, (2002) and I recently read the following passage which provided the existential key to a … Continue reading

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