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Mystic Poetry of Hazrat Sultan BaHU, a Sufi Master of Inner Light and Sound

    Mystic Poetry of Hazrat Sultan BaHU, a Sufi Master of Inner Light and Sound     The path of the Masters is the highest of all; It is beyond all comprehension! On this path there is neither teaching  Nor learning from books. There are neither discussions nor expositions Nor stories from the past. …

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Evidence That Jesus and The Original Aramaic Christians Were Vegetarians — Uncovering a Vegetarian Jesus (Yeshua) at the Beginning of Christianity

  Evidence That Jesus and The Original Aramaic Christians Were Vegetarians, By James Bean (Exploring the World Religions Column, Copyright January, 2018)           Also see, Vegetarianism in Early Christianity: https://ivu.org/history/christian/christ_veg.html   And, also see, The Ebionites (Essenes who, early on, populated the Jesus Movement): https://www.biblicaltraining.org/library/ebionites   “As long as Man continues …

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Just Passing Through: The Meaning of: “Become passers-by.” (Saying 42, Gospel of Thomas)

Just Passing Through: The Meaning of: “Become passers-by.” (Saying 42, Gospel of Thomas)      Some have wondered what this saying really means. Another translation renders it: “Come into being as you pass away.” (The Gospel of Thomas, Wisdom of the Twin, by Lynn Bowman) In other words, by meditation practice get established in the …

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An Inclusive Rather Than Exclusive Spirituality: Kirpal Singh and the Lesson of Nag Hammadi By James Bean (Exploring the World Religions Column)

An Inclusive Rather Than Exclusive Spirituality: Kirpal Singh and the Lesson of Nag Hammadi   By James Bean (Exploring the World Religions Column)     There are the great world religions: Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Sikhism, the Bahai Faith, Aboriginal/Indigenous/Native American/Sami People, etc. In addition to comparative religion there is also …

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