WIE visits one of the world’s most successful communal experiments—the Federation of Damanhur—and explores the ins and outs of esoteric spirituality, the secrets of time travel, and what the utopias of tomorrow have to do with yesterday’s golden age.
Posts Tagged ‘spirituality’
We’re delighted to share our début list of the 100 most spiritually influential living people, that was published in the Spring issue #26 of the Watkins Review.* Yes, we’ve taken up the not so simple task of naming the most popular authors and spiritual teachers, whose contribution in spirituality and spreading awareness is affecting us all.
What is the defining myth of our times? I’ve heard our culture described as materialistic, but we don’t seem to love the material world all that much. I’ve also heard our philosophy labeled as “the myth of fact.” Although I do see the academic world mad in its pursuit of facts, all carefully defined and counted, I think more simply that we are devoted to the myth of things.
Healing the Soul of America: Reclaiming Our Voices as Spiritual Citizens by Marianne Williamson
Synergizing the spiritual and the political
- “A Green Surge” by Thomas P. Healy
- Green Hermeticism: David Levi Strauss in conversation with Peter Lamborn Wilson and Christopher Bamford
What is Green Hermeticism? It’s a response to the problem that there hasn’t been sufficient spiritual focus for the environmental movement. Without a spiritual focus, a movement like this doesn’t generate the kind of emotional energy that it needs to battle against global capitalism.
Forbidden Religion: Suppressed Heresies of the West
Edited by J. Douglas Kenyon
“Reveals the thread that unites the spiritual paths that have opposed
orthodox religion over the centuries and the challenge they provide to the