Evolutionary Spirituality: A Path & Perspective

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Evolutionary Spirituality with Amy Edelstein

Evolutionary Spirituality empowering our practice with the energy of the universe by Amy Edelstein   “Shaping and reshaping, in wonder I am here!” ~ Goethe Over the last decade, evolutionary spirituality has spread its canopy over many of our beliefs, mystical intuitions, and the quality of our relatedness. A marriage of science and spirit, some argue this path is as … Read More

High Expectations for Your Relationship

Amy EdelsteinRelationships, Values, Ethics, Morals

 An Infinite Context An infinite context allows us to set high expectations for our own development and for the context of our relationship–and live inspired by the updraft those expectations create for us. What’s an infinite context? It’s a direct relationship with the unending process of evolution of the universe, of the way matter, energy, life unfold, expand, create new … Read More

Relationship Expectations: What We Expect & Why

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“But I’m Open, I Don’t Have Expectations” We all have expectations in relationship. That’s not a bad thing. We want to direct our lives, live meaningfully and purposefully. Experience growth, development, happiness. Expectations include questions like these: What do we want our life to be based on? What do we want the quality of our relationship to be? What do … Read More

Learning the Art of Relationship

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High on many people’s list, and maybe yours as well, is the question “How do I tap into my ‘spiritual space’ so I can be different towards my loved one?” “How can I shed my old skin, my old self?” We can learn how to cultivate a living, spiritual perspective and make it our own. Accomplished people have no hesitation … Read More

How to Practice an Evolutionary Worldview

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Evolutionary Worldview

How to Practice an Evolutionary Worldview An En*Theos Class One of the grandfather’s of what’s called an Evolutionary Worldview is the great visionary (and mystic) Alfred North Whitehead. He famously wrote, “Philosophy begins in wonder. And, at the end, when philosophic thought has done its best, the wonder remains. There have been added, however, some grasp of the immensity of … Read More

The Rhythms of Change

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The Rhythms of Change - Amy Edelstein

Excerpt from Amy Edelstein’s book Love, Marriage & Evolution: Chapter 8 Part of the tension that can occur in a relationship is when one person is going through a period of intense growth and their partner is in a period of assimilation or integration. We don’t always stay in the same rhythm of development together. That’s okay. Successfully managing these … Read More