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Swedenborgian Interfaith

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Swedenborgian Community Online

Swedenborgian Community Online

Swedenborgian Interfaith

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We are your loving, affirming interfaith spiritual community! The Swedenborgian spirituality, based on mystical Christianity, has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, George Inness and William Keith. We open our doors to people of all faiths!

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Shed the Beast & Uncover Our Humanity - Book of Daniel Message Series

God’s message of social justice, hope, and life sometimes gets watered down in our various understandings of the world’s scriptures, which is ironic since even the most esoteric sections of holy text point to the Divine’s mission of uplifting and empowering the entire world in spiritual health. One example, Daniel chapter 7 of the Hebrew and Christian Bibles, describes Daniel’s visions of beasts rising up and subjugating the earth in war and strife, but they’re eventually cast into a fiery river in front of the “Most High” who is the “Ancient of Days,” which then leads to “one like a son of humanity” to enter God’s presence and to rule over and empower all nations, releasing them from oppression. This story can be read on many levels, from the personal to Christ’s process of glorification during his earthly life, and as we break down its meaning I think we’ll all hope to not only embody its message ourselves but also as a diverse, interreligious society. Read more here: https://swedenborgian-community-online.squarespace.com/blog/daniel-7Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Read Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

29 min1 w ago
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Shed the Beast & Uncover Our Humanity - Book of Daniel Message Series

The Lord Jesus Christ = Jehovah God | Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord" Book Discussion

We explore Emanuel Swedenborg's viewpoint that Jesus is Jehovah in the flesh and that there is only one person in the Trinity. Follow along in this book discussion by downloading "The Lord," here: https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

30 min1 w ago
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The Lord Jesus Christ = Jehovah God | Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord" Book Discussion

How to Walk Through the Lion's Den - The Book of Daniel Message Series

In Canada this week we celebrate Remembrance Day on the 11th, when we remember our fallen soldiers as well as the deep risk our armed forces face every day. And I think that no matter our country, religion, or creed, we would do ourselves a service to remember that no matter our differences, there are many of us willing to sacrifice our lives for what we believe is the greater good. That’s partly why it’s so important for us as a global community to continue to empower sound and healthy decision-making, as well as a peaceful, altruistic approach to the world and our neighbors. It’s also why we have much to be thankful for when it comes to our martyrs and those that truly wish the best for us and are loyal to their higher ideas, even unto death – just like Christ and like Daniel in today’s reading. And ultimately, we’re told by tradition after tradition, this life isn’t the end – indeed, whether it’s the afterlife or reincarnation, we all will continue our journey toward eternity and so should strive for that higher idea of humanity today for the benefit of our eternal future. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-6Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

23 min3 w ago
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How to Walk Through the Lion's Den - The Book of Daniel Message Series

How God the Father & the Son Became One, the Divine Human - Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord"

We continue our book discussion of Emanuel Swedenborg's, "The Lord," (free to download) exploring how God connects with every religion and walk, and how Jesus became one with God the Father, uniting his humanity with Jehovah. The Lord - https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUpMusic:Almost in F - Tranquillity by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100394Artist: http://incompetech.com/

71 min3 w ago
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How God the Father & the Son Became One, the Divine Human - Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord"

Renounce Your Pride, Regain Your Crown - The Book of Daniel Message Series 4

In the ancient Hebrew book of Daniel, we see a continuation of the universal spiritual teachings that this book uplifts – with King Nebuchadnezzar falling from his kingship due to his pride and arrogance. In all of our beauty and personal gifts it’s easy to fall into similar vanities, but our feelings of pride only serve to undermine these empowerments from Divinity – the seed of consciousness called by many names, and they lead to our own fall. But although being cast down may seem like a setback for the king (it does speak to his need for change) we’re shown that even this failure can be viewed from the light of God as a necessary lesson for the healing of Nebuchadnezzar’s soul. May we each look at our own setbacks similarly: accepting the invitation to renounce our pride, regaining our crowns. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-4Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

13 minNOV 2
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Renounce Your Pride, Regain Your Crown - The Book of Daniel Message Series 4

Why is Jesus Called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity? "The Lord" Book Discussion

We explore the 18th-century interfaith-Christian mystic Swedenborg's ideas about why Jesus is called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity, as well as other topics from his book, "The Lord." Download his book for free here: https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

62 minOCT 23
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Why is Jesus Called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity? "The Lord" Book Discussion

The Core of Our Humanity Overcomes the Fires of Life - Daniel 3's Deeper Meaning

Throughout time there have been many persecuted due to their loyalty to their cultural heritage and personal convictions, and unfortunately, religion has often been the instrument used to do this. Instead of inviting openness and cultural diversity, like Babylon in today’s story we often set up a graven image in the place of a loving God and then persecute others for being different – resigning them to the fire of our judgment if not the fire of outright persecution when we can get away with it. Strangely enough, we personally often consign our own innocent and spiritual side to just such a fire, and yet even so, even with such hate in our world, I believe today’s scripture (Daniel 3) shines light on the resiliency and fortitude of the spirit of Divinity within and within all other beings in their diversity. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-3Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

22 minOCT 19
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The Core of Our Humanity Overcomes the Fires of Life - Daniel 3's Deeper Meaning

Give Thanks for the Oneness of Life & for Every Moment

We have much to be thankful for today, even when we don’t have that gracious mindset. Like the king in our reading, we’re often only grateful to those who serve us – otherwise condemning them in our minds. Unfortunately, we can act like this king when it comes to our families, as well as even with the world around us in its diversity and life. As we head into a season of thanksgiving, let’s instead work to realize that every moment can be used for our growth and learning, and as an opportunity to uplift our families, our spirits, and all life. Read more here https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-2Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

22 minOCT 12
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Give Thanks for the Oneness of Life & for Every Moment

The Oneness of the Lord & the Source of All Goodness - "The Lord" Book Discussion

We continue our book discussion of the mystic Swedenborg's "The Lord" (from 1763) and explore his radical ideas about the Lord and how other faiths connect with Divinity and heaven. Download "The Lord" for free - https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

34 minOCT 9
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The Oneness of the Lord & the Source of All Goodness - "The Lord" Book Discussion

Feed the Good Within, Release the Babylon | The Spiritual Meaning of Daniel in Babylon

Today, like with Daniel, we can find ourselves trapped in many different types of Babylon: within religious bigotry, political demagoguery, or familial and personal oppression. And yes - we often find ourselves both taking part in an aspect of these as well as subject to their whims due to external pressure. It’s tough, because we each can feel somewhat set upon and oppressed while also being a source of oppression for both ourselves and others. The symbolic sense of the first chapter of Daniel speaks to how it’s important to acknowledge that both are true (since as a parable we are invited to internalize both Babylon and Daniel in our reflection), but also that we can start to feed the Daniel within “new food” and work toward the changes that will eventually transform our lives, community, and world toward freedom, compassion, and the diversity of cultural and spiritual health. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-1Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

20 minOCT 5
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Feed the Good Within, Release the Babylon | The Spiritual Meaning of Daniel in Babylon

Latest Episodes

Shed the Beast & Uncover Our Humanity - Book of Daniel Message Series

God’s message of social justice, hope, and life sometimes gets watered down in our various understandings of the world’s scriptures, which is ironic since even the most esoteric sections of holy text point to the Divine’s mission of uplifting and empowering the entire world in spiritual health. One example, Daniel chapter 7 of the Hebrew and Christian Bibles, describes Daniel’s visions of beasts rising up and subjugating the earth in war and strife, but they’re eventually cast into a fiery river in front of the “Most High” who is the “Ancient of Days,” which then leads to “one like a son of humanity” to enter God’s presence and to rule over and empower all nations, releasing them from oppression. This story can be read on many levels, from the personal to Christ’s process of glorification during his earthly life, and as we break down its meaning I think we’ll all hope to not only embody its message ourselves but also as a diverse, interreligious society. Read more here: https://swedenborgian-community-online.squarespace.com/blog/daniel-7Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Read Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

29 min1 w ago
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Shed the Beast & Uncover Our Humanity - Book of Daniel Message Series

The Lord Jesus Christ = Jehovah God | Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord" Book Discussion

We explore Emanuel Swedenborg's viewpoint that Jesus is Jehovah in the flesh and that there is only one person in the Trinity. Follow along in this book discussion by downloading "The Lord," here: https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

30 min1 w ago
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The Lord Jesus Christ = Jehovah God | Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord" Book Discussion

How to Walk Through the Lion's Den - The Book of Daniel Message Series

In Canada this week we celebrate Remembrance Day on the 11th, when we remember our fallen soldiers as well as the deep risk our armed forces face every day. And I think that no matter our country, religion, or creed, we would do ourselves a service to remember that no matter our differences, there are many of us willing to sacrifice our lives for what we believe is the greater good. That’s partly why it’s so important for us as a global community to continue to empower sound and healthy decision-making, as well as a peaceful, altruistic approach to the world and our neighbors. It’s also why we have much to be thankful for when it comes to our martyrs and those that truly wish the best for us and are loyal to their higher ideas, even unto death – just like Christ and like Daniel in today’s reading. And ultimately, we’re told by tradition after tradition, this life isn’t the end – indeed, whether it’s the afterlife or reincarnation, we all will continue our journey toward eternity and so should strive for that higher idea of humanity today for the benefit of our eternal future. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-6Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

23 min3 w ago
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How to Walk Through the Lion's Den - The Book of Daniel Message Series

How God the Father & the Son Became One, the Divine Human - Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord"

We continue our book discussion of Emanuel Swedenborg's, "The Lord," (free to download) exploring how God connects with every religion and walk, and how Jesus became one with God the Father, uniting his humanity with Jehovah. The Lord - https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUpMusic:Almost in F - Tranquillity by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100394Artist: http://incompetech.com/

71 min3 w ago
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How God the Father & the Son Became One, the Divine Human - Emanuel Swedenborg's "The Lord"

Renounce Your Pride, Regain Your Crown - The Book of Daniel Message Series 4

In the ancient Hebrew book of Daniel, we see a continuation of the universal spiritual teachings that this book uplifts – with King Nebuchadnezzar falling from his kingship due to his pride and arrogance. In all of our beauty and personal gifts it’s easy to fall into similar vanities, but our feelings of pride only serve to undermine these empowerments from Divinity – the seed of consciousness called by many names, and they lead to our own fall. But although being cast down may seem like a setback for the king (it does speak to his need for change) we’re shown that even this failure can be viewed from the light of God as a necessary lesson for the healing of Nebuchadnezzar’s soul. May we each look at our own setbacks similarly: accepting the invitation to renounce our pride, regaining our crowns. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-4Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others. Here's Helen Keller's book about her Swedenborgianism, called My Religion, for free: https://onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21APVucSZBs76qN%5F4&cid=5D5F62CF3431B981&id=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110343&parId=5D5F62CF3431B981%21110312&o=OneUp

13 minNOV 2
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Renounce Your Pride, Regain Your Crown - The Book of Daniel Message Series 4

Why is Jesus Called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity? "The Lord" Book Discussion

We explore the 18th-century interfaith-Christian mystic Swedenborg's ideas about why Jesus is called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity, as well as other topics from his book, "The Lord." Download his book for free here: https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

62 minOCT 23
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Why is Jesus Called the Word Made Flesh & the Son of Man/Humanity? "The Lord" Book Discussion

The Core of Our Humanity Overcomes the Fires of Life - Daniel 3's Deeper Meaning

Throughout time there have been many persecuted due to their loyalty to their cultural heritage and personal convictions, and unfortunately, religion has often been the instrument used to do this. Instead of inviting openness and cultural diversity, like Babylon in today’s story we often set up a graven image in the place of a loving God and then persecute others for being different – resigning them to the fire of our judgment if not the fire of outright persecution when we can get away with it. Strangely enough, we personally often consign our own innocent and spiritual side to just such a fire, and yet even so, even with such hate in our world, I believe today’s scripture (Daniel 3) shines light on the resiliency and fortitude of the spirit of Divinity within and within all other beings in their diversity. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-3Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

22 minOCT 19
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The Core of Our Humanity Overcomes the Fires of Life - Daniel 3's Deeper Meaning

Give Thanks for the Oneness of Life & for Every Moment

We have much to be thankful for today, even when we don’t have that gracious mindset. Like the king in our reading, we’re often only grateful to those who serve us – otherwise condemning them in our minds. Unfortunately, we can act like this king when it comes to our families, as well as even with the world around us in its diversity and life. As we head into a season of thanksgiving, let’s instead work to realize that every moment can be used for our growth and learning, and as an opportunity to uplift our families, our spirits, and all life. Read more here https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-2Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

22 minOCT 12
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Give Thanks for the Oneness of Life & for Every Moment

The Oneness of the Lord & the Source of All Goodness - "The Lord" Book Discussion

We continue our book discussion of the mystic Swedenborg's "The Lord" (from 1763) and explore his radical ideas about the Lord and how other faiths connect with Divinity and heaven. Download "The Lord" for free - https://swedenborg.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/NCE_TheLord_portable.pdfOur community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

34 minOCT 9
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The Oneness of the Lord & the Source of All Goodness - "The Lord" Book Discussion

Feed the Good Within, Release the Babylon | The Spiritual Meaning of Daniel in Babylon

Today, like with Daniel, we can find ourselves trapped in many different types of Babylon: within religious bigotry, political demagoguery, or familial and personal oppression. And yes - we often find ourselves both taking part in an aspect of these as well as subject to their whims due to external pressure. It’s tough, because we each can feel somewhat set upon and oppressed while also being a source of oppression for both ourselves and others. The symbolic sense of the first chapter of Daniel speaks to how it’s important to acknowledge that both are true (since as a parable we are invited to internalize both Babylon and Daniel in our reflection), but also that we can start to feed the Daniel within “new food” and work toward the changes that will eventually transform our lives, community, and world toward freedom, compassion, and the diversity of cultural and spiritual health. Read more here: https://swedenborgiancommunity.org/blog/daniel-1Our community's affirming Swedenborgian spirituality, inspired by an interfaith, mystical Christianity, is centered on love and openness. It has deeply influenced the likes of Helen Keller, Carl Jung, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Johnny Appleseed (John Chapman), William Blake, Henry James, Robert Frost, DT Suzuki, and others.

20 minOCT 5
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Feed the Good Within, Release the Babylon | The Spiritual Meaning of Daniel in Babylon
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