About once a month I want to share with you all inspiring or just plain great posts on blogs I’ve been reading.
Let’s get right to it:
Ariel writes on his new blog
A Few Words on Blissing Out. He exemplifies a traditional approach to enlightenment which seems to be more about withdrawing from the world than it is about blessing the world. But maybe I’m mistaking his intention.
Takuin Minamoto stresses briefly that thinking about a person isn’t the same as meeting them. The latter is better. Seeing is not believing.
In the Jungle of life there is a post about
Fear: Does It Hold You Back? Great topic.
The Stupid Way (about Zen Buddhism) writes a post about money, donations and spirituality. This topic is close to my heart – but I have mixed feelings about it. Peter doesn’t: The Eternal Mirror
Daphne writes a post about Accepting Those Who Are Different, which I think is one of the most important types of spiritual practice any person can do. It is sort of the point of my ‘universal spirituality’ posts – but I think for most readers Daphne probably explains it better.
I recently found out there is a new theosophical blog: ‘theosophy watch’. One of it’s best posts so far is on a topic that unfortunately theosophists need a lot of reminding on: Choosing Civility
That’s it for this month. If there are any spiritual blogs I’m not yet reading I should be keeping up to date on, please let me know.
[I apologize for not writing my usual Friday Blavatsky post – I ran into technical problems with my blog which had to be solved first. The above post is what I wrote for Thursday, but only got published today as I had my bugs fixed.]