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“Christianity’s Hidden Driveshaft:” Cynthia Bourgeault’s Law of Three as Trinitarian Template of Transformation

“St. Bonaventure (1221-1274) called the Trinity a “fountain fullness” of love. God is unhindered dialogue, a positive and inclusive flow, an eternal waterwheel of self-emptying and outpouring love—that knows it can completely self-empty because it will always be filled back … Continue reading

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From Two to One: Teaching about Non-Dualism in a World Religions Class

This entry shares my experience teaching about non-dualism to grade 9 World Religions students. To my surprise, the class found the concept to be both understandable at a basic level and yet enticingly profound in its ability to transform our … Continue reading

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