What Is “It?” Can’t Say…but you can feel It

Linear time is fake news that your brain broadcasts to your ego, causing a constant low-grade stress over its alleged impending doom. The heart and the gut tell you not to fear, that every point in time is eternity and the thrill ride you’re on brings you back where you began. What is good news […]

Universalism: That All Shall Be Sózóed

Q: How does Universalism/Perennialism* reconcile the vast differences between religions? *These terms aren’t identical, but there is a great amount of overlap, and I identify as both. A: Perennialism, to a large extent, and Universalism to a lesser one, are not distinct theological statements that can be contrasted with other religions. They are, in a […]

Beyond These Four Walls

If your ego is the main character at the center of your unique “I am” story, your soul is what your character experiences as it starts to suspect that it is being played by an actor. This experience makes no sense in the context created within the walls of the stage, but something tells you nonetheless that it’s true, that when the curtain falls on this stage, you, the actor, will persist.

Omniperennialism and Scientific Inquiry

Perennialism itself is neutral regarding methodological naturalism and the products of the scientific method. They are two distinct lenses looking at the universe in different ways for different purposes. Omniperennialism on the other hand does have some overlap with science, and holds contemporary science to be one of the important theological languages by which humankind […]

Why Stop At Three? (a Pantheist meditation on the Trinity)

What the Trinity represents is the non-dual relationship between the finite and the Infinite, between that which is bound to linear time-space and that which is Eternal beyond time-space. Three is the “magic number” that recognizes the distinction that makes relationship possible (“not one”) but also breaks down the duality that appears to destroy the unity inherent in the relationship (“not two”).