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

Great Awakenings Cover Story

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Great Awakenings with Amy Edelstein & Chris Parish

The winning photo for my new anthology, coauthored with Chris Parish, Great Awakenings: Radical Visions of Spiritual Love & Evolution was photographed in March 1983, on a trek north of the Kathmandu Valley, in the Langtang mountain region. How I got there is a story and a promise that happened a few years before. In the blacklight room of my … Read More

In Honor of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi z”l

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Zalman Schachter Shalomi wide

With deep honor, respect, and great Love for Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, who always expressed his warmth, kindness, and humanity in a very unusual way. I always felt, quite personally, his profound respect for Spirit, his curiosity and opennness for other’s paths, and his generosity of support and encouragement to pursue the Divine authentically, however it may call. Like many, I … Read More

How to Practice an Evolutionary Worldview (Part 2)

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evolutionary worldview

How to Practice an Evolutionary Worldview An En*Theos Class One of the grandfather’s of  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 things, some … Read More