Links to other quality spiritual web sites.
The TAT Foundation: TAT is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization established in 1973 to provide a forum for philosophical and spiritual inquiry. TAT was founded on the belief that your investigation of life's mysteries is expedited by working with others who are exploring, perhaps down a different road, so that you may share your discoveries, exchange ideas, and "compare notes" in order to come to a better understanding of yourself and others.
Nostalgiawest, Spiritual Photography: This site was formed to try to convey the timeless feeling of essence through photographs. This nostalgia I feel for the Western landscape springs from the longing to return to the home within.
The Listening Attention: A companion site to the Missal which examines the need for direct perception in the spiritual quest. In the spiritual search, the quest for true self-definition, we soon come to the realization that our best efforts, and even our very selves, are mechanical and reactive. A different level of seeing is needed, a pure awareness that is not itself a product of the world or mind, but primary to the reaction pattern we call ourselves. A listening which is attentive yet not reactive, and unaffected by circumstance and the constant changes of thought and mind.
Spiritual Teachers Guide: This site is a timesaving guide to one aspect of the spiritual quest: the search for a teacher. Concise reviews of teachers ranked by a seekers personal experience and years of research. An excellent web-site for sorting through the many teachers and their systems.
The Self-Discovery Multi-Site Portal : What's behind the sense of 'I am'? Who's living, and who's facing death? Who or what am I, essentially? Throughout history occasional individuals have told of finding the answer to those questions, and their testimonies often have a surprising consistency. For individuals seeking to find the answer for themselves, those testimonies provide helpful clues for pursuing the search to a successful conclusion.
For some searchers, working by themselves is the preferred method. Others intuit that finding a few fellow seekers to work with may expedite their progress. Still more fortunate may be those who find a living person who has made the journey and can provide assistance from the perspective of that realization. The Self-Discovery site is designed to offer all three modes of help.
SearchWithin.org: committed to spiritual seekers who are earnestly looking for deeper meaning in life. Here, you will find rare reading material for seekers who are serious about discovering something meaningful — something about their Self. We offer no dogmas, no enchanted formulas, and no sales pitches. Read these pages with an open mind and an open heart, and you may catch a glimpse of something deeper within... http://www.searchwithin.org/
Franklin Merrell-Wolff was an American philosopher, mathematician, and sage who combined an extraordinary intellect with profound mystical insight and authenticity. Those who knew Dr. Wolff were blessed by his openness to share both his wisdom and his deeply profound presence."“The ultimate objective is to facilitate, as far as possible, that event which, when achieved, is called Fundamental Realization or Enlightenment.” http://www.franklinmerrell-wolff.com/
The University of Yourself : offers dream-work via teleconferencing, leading you to an understanding of your dreams through understanding yourself. Dr.Ron has his own unique blend of humor and understanding. "Dreams are filmed “live and in person” inside of you. They reveal the facts of your inner life. They contain profound insights about every aspect of your existence. And they do not know how to lie." -Dr. Ron Masa
'Helping You Hear the Guide Inside'
The Foundation of Human Understanding: For over three decades, the Foundation for Human Understanding has been helping people to cope successfully with stress by showing them how to live according to the traditional Judeo-Christian Principals of patience, honesty, courage, self-control, forgiveness, and real love for one's fellow man. In other words, to live according to conscience, and not according to the pressures of the outside world.
Capacitie: "No brims nor borders such as in a bowl we see, my essence was Capacitie" "Capacitie was the word used by Thomas Traherne to describe his essential being. Terms such as Original Nature, True Nature, First Nature, What we really are, Now, etc., are probably the more readily recognized contemporary equivalents. It is an attempt to combine the strands of enquiry and activity which I have found to most fruitful in dis-covering Capacitie. I look upon the website as another strand in the enquiry referred to above, a form of participation in what Traherne called the Fellowship of the Mystery. "- by Alan Mann, with information on Traherne, Douglas Harding, and John Wren-Lewis. http://www.capacitie.org/
Poetry in Motion Films: To create inspiring and challenging films that explore the spiritual, philosophic, and metaphysical dimensions of life. Call it spiritual cinema, spiritual documentary, or spiritual film, we're engaged in examining the perennial questions: where did I come from? what has meaning? why am I here? where am I going? what is this place? Through small films about big ideas, Poetry in Motion Films hopes to expand your possibilities for a life well-lived.
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