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Spiritual Practice

Dealing with Doctrine

It is not uncommon today to find spiritual practitioners who draw from multiple religious traditions to find their own way, or who claim to walk two or more paths jointly. Increasingly, in addition to the spiritually independent, there are Jewish Buddhists, Sufi Christians, and Muslim...

Contemplative Presence as Self-Care for Caregivers Part 2

Contemplative presence is a skill that needs to be practiced and developed. Try this short, simple exercise to begin or strengthen your ability to cope with daily stresses in a healthy way.  *** Anyone who walks this life-journey with a wish and willingness to be of genuine service,...

Time to Meditate

A “Sit-a-Thon”? Really? For several years at CSE we have offered an annual Fall meditation “Sit-a-thon,” a global educational outreach and fundraising program to support meditation instruction and practice. The inspiration for the sit-a-thon came as I reflected on the various walk-a-thons, marathons, bike-a-thons, and so...

The Intersection of “Direct Paths” in Interspirituality

“None flies high without the opposing winds” ~ Yogi Bhajan [i] The global phenomenon known as Interspirituality includes personal and direct encounters not only between followers of the many paths of the world’s myriad spiritual traditions but, in that, intersections among the paths themselves. Wayne Teasdale...