Spirituality, the Re-formation

Are you one of these people? Are you unsatisfied with your current life and/or the outside world? Traditionally 'spirituality' has been defined as a process of personal transformation in accordance with religious ideals. Since the 19th century spirituality is often separated from religion, and has become more oriented on subjective experience and psychological growth. It may refer to almost any kind of meaningful activity or blissful experience, but without a single, widely-agreed … [Read more...]

Monika Burwise: Our Global Awakening – Unwrap Yourself!

Founder and CEO of The Global Awakening Institute, Monika Burwise join us today for this very special show to help you unwrap the gift of you! Monika and her husband Graham founded Global Awakening Institute as a platform for sharing their wisdom and to explore the boundaries of human potential. Together they have expertise in a diverse range of disciplines including human behavior, social dynamics, psychology, linguistics, physiology, philosophy, theology, spirituality, mysticism, the mind & … [Read more...]

Susanne Witte – WOMAN of ACTION™

  A Celebration of Women™ is elated to Celebrate the Life of this soul centered survivor; a woman that have risen above extraordinary circumstance, transformed through horrific tragedy and long-term recovery, is now on a mission and has found her purpose in life. Armed with her personal life experiences, now engages in a life designed to help better the lives of others. Blessed with a history in social work, she is now on a mission to awaken others to the power of thought, using the … [Read more...]

Misogyny – ‘Women, Religion and the Devil Incarnate’ @ Michelle Zobel

    Misogyny      Women, Religion and the Devil Incarnate   This essay by Michelle Zobel for the course Mysticism and Magic in Medieval and Renaissance Italy was selected from the Director's List of Best Papers at Richmond in Florence, Spring semester, 2009. Its focus is on the subordinate status of women in the past and the religious motivations for this treatment in the Jewish and the Christian traditions.   'When analyzing the texts and development of the Jewish and Christian … [Read more...]

Misogyny – ‘Women, Religion and the Devil Incarnate’ @ Michelle Zobel

    Misogyny      Women, Religion and the Devil Incarnate   This essay by Michelle Zobel for the course Mysticism and Magic in Medieval and Renaissance Italy was selected from the Director's List of Best Papers at Richmond in Florence, Spring semester, 2009. Its focus is on the subordinate status of women in the past and the religious motivations for this treatment in the Jewish and the Christian traditions.   'When analyzing the texts and development of the Jewish and Christian … [Read more...]

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