Recover Integrity: Blog

Probably the simplest, most difficult, complicated, controversial, and important concept in spirituality--and I'd probably say reality--is God    Sometimes it doesn't feel right to even talk about God Who are we to talk about God Who am I to talk about God    If I'm being more honest and vulnerable--I guess in a moment like you ask God to talk through you--we could see that...

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There are two more ideas in the domain of spirituality that I think are helpful And maybe I'll paint the picture this way: There is a group of new-age thinkers--and I think I fall along these lines--I don't know if it's true or not, but just as a different way of understanding reality    This theory states that the brain is not an organ that produces consciousness But in fact, consciou...

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I went to school to study to be a Rabbi--which was a trippy experience I kind of recommend it for some people, if you're interested    I had a professor who asked an interesting question about the Old Testament, which we call the Torah Namely, the five books of Moses--or a piece of the Old Testament And he said, "Is this book sacred"    I'm not Orthodox, you know So I'm not...

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We're trying to map out spirituality I like to kind of place it within the realm of a person    How do I interface with spirit Where's my spirit What was going on with me    There are a few terms that are helpful Some I talked about in previous videos  The Higher Self and Ego Self: Part of the Psyche There's a higher self that’s more of a rational observer mind The par...

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Whenever I talk about spirituality, it's important not to confuse the map with the territory    So when we're using language to talk about spirituality--spirituality is not going to be captured by the language The language is a map that allows one to begin to sort of navigate or get a foothold in the reality of spirit  What is the Higher Self One term that's used by my mentor, Rabbi...

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As a spiritual counselor, I'm left with the difficult task of trying to put words to communicate the ineffable Because, at its base, spirituality is not something that can be prescribed or something that can be contained by definitions    However, if we want to try to talk about spirituality, we have to do our best to point people towards the ineffableTowards that which can't be said s...

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