• TRANSCENDENT

    THE TRANSCENDENT

Parables and Stories

  • The Poetic Experience: Parables, Beauty, Symbolism, Music, Art, Multimedia
  • The Goats and the Tiger, Joseph Campbell
  • The Parable of the Cave, Plato
  • The Parable of the Raft, Buddha
  • The Parable of the “Pearl-Borer” Gnostic Library
  • And many more

Eastern Wisdom

  • Sanskrit and the Vedas: That Art Thou, the Mahabharata, Rig Vedas
  • Upanishhads: Mukhya, Vedanta, Sanyasa, Atman, Brahman
  • Bhaghavad Gita: Krishna and Arjuna, Yoga, Paramatama
  • India and the East: Buddha (Siddharta), Unity in Diversity, Dharma, Karma
  • Hinduism & Buddhahism: Right Action, Samsara, Karma, Moksha, Yogas, Therevada, Mahayana

Western Wisdom

  • The Ancient Greeks: From Plato, Aristotle, Socrates, Paramenides
  • Gnosticism: Gnostic Gospels, Corpus Hermeticum, Meister Eckart, Alchemy, the Coniunctio
  • German Romanticism: Kant, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche
  • Carl Jung: Consciousness, Individuation, the Psyche, the Shadow, the Collective Unconscious
  • Joseph Campbell: Follow Your Bliss, Seek the Experience of Being Alive, Mythology
  • Modern Science and Physics: Schroendigger’s Cat, Einstein, Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle, String Theory, Michio Kaku

Meditation to Quiet the Mind

  • Traditions, practices and techniques to quiet the mind and connect with the transcendent
  • Kundalini Yoga: Subtle body, Chakras, Higher Levels of Consciousness
  • Yantra and Mandala: Sanskrit instrument of Focus and Consciousness
  • Entering Sacred Space: Quieting the Mind, Entering Divinity