“What does spiritual citizenship look like through a feminist lens?”
….and experimentation with psychedelics is becoming increasingly mainstream, and considered in a positive and hopeful light.
We live in the 21st century, a brave new world wherein communication, expression, and the exchange of ideas, feelings, and information….
Climate Emergency, Pandemic, Racial Injustice – all point to humanity’s fatal error. Humanity is not the superior species on the Earth nor is any particular human group more superior than others.
Jacoby Ballard’s book, A Queer Dharma: Yoga and Meditations for Liberation, offers a distinctly queer lens on yoga and meditation.
Queer theory in practice gives us, as LGBTQ+ people, a theoretical position from which we can counter discriminatory gender narratives, such as those explicated above. Queer theory allows us to put forward the idea that gender is unique to the individual. Spiritual seekers may need to understand these basic tenets, perhaps more than others, because we believe ourselves already to be enlightened, that our rules, including this long-held idea of “gender balance” to be revelatory and embedded in sacred texts.
The latest research showed that changes in gut microbiota could affect the brain’s physiological, behavioral, and cognitive functions.
We live the experience of divine ecology because we are nature. We are of the earth and know ourselves through…
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