The sacred is not supernatural, it’s all around us. You only need to learn to see it.

“I looked in temples, churches, and mosques, but I found the divine within my heart.”
— Jalāl al-Dīn Muḥammad Rūmī

Politics works to establish a definitive direction and a unified narrative, while a scientific approach considers all alternatives. The scientific approach is more successful, and for that reason politics tries to appropriate science, but it cannot. Their methods are in conflict…

The sacred grows from a larger awareness. Awareness grows from the combination of disengagement from the old and the recognition of new patterns. New patterns make little sense, are chaotic, or seem empty, noisy, and confused… The sacred is not supernatural, it’s supra-natural.

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Beyond Open and Shut

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