In this episode Tim and Steve continue the conversation around the model of personal mystical experience. This is part 4 of a 4 part conversation. Here the focus is on distinguishing relational engagement with God from faith as the emporer's new clothes.

In this episode Tim and Steve continue the conversation around the model of personal mystical experience. This is part 3 of a 4 part conversation. If you’d like to see the diagrams provided please look them up at https://urbanmystic.blog/2020/06/19/understanding-personal-mystical-experience-part-1/

July 5, 2020

Emerging caveats

In this episode Tim and Steve briefly discuss some emerging caveats. These are by way of answering some of the questions we've been fielding offline.

 

In this episode Tim puts forward a model enabling us to understand personal mystical experience while respecting the diversity of the phenomena. This is part 2 of a 3 or 4 part conversation. If you’d like to see the diagrams provided please look them up at https://urbanmystic.blog/2020/06/19/understanding-personal-mystical-experience-part-1/

In this episode Tim puts forward a model enabling us to understand personal mystical experience while respecting the diversity of the phenomena. This is part 1 of a 3 or 4 part conversation. If you’d like to see the diagrams provided please look them up at https://urbanmystic.blog/2020/06/19/understanding-personal-mystical-experience-part-1/

This is the second episode of the two part conversation where Tim and Steve share their own personal or mystical experiences. These are normal experiences that can be pursued, cultivated, and shared. This is a refreshing alternative to the notion of faith as somehow disconnected from daily life and relationships.

In this episode Tim and Steve share some of their own mystical experiences. This evidences how down to earth such experience is and how well it can integrate into daily life. This is Part 1 of 2.

May 25, 2020

The problem of God

In this episode Tim and Steve explore the interaction between human beings and spiritual beings. This phenomenon is central to the three great monotheisms (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) and near-universally present in primal cultures and our present world. Head on over to urbanmystic.blog for a mindmap summarising the phenomenon.

In this episode Tim and Steve discuss worldviews and some problems of translation and interpretation that arise across worldviews.

In this episode Tim is joined by Steve and they share a somewhat focused yet meandering conversation around the transition from institutional religion to what may come after.

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