The Collected Letters of Alan Watts (Ed. Joan & Anne Watts)

Alan Wilson Watts, the popular and highly respected teacher of Eastern philosophy to Western students, was born born in Chislehurst, England in 1915. He moved to America in 1938 when he began his Zen training in New York. Later he attended Seabury-Western Theological Seminary, from which he received a master’sContinue Reading

How to Be Ultra Spiritual by J P Sears

Religion is the worst thing that ever happened to spirituality. Something, that at its heart is so noble and worthy, underwent a terrible transition into dogma and creed around the time that certain men found it could be harvested, packaged and sold like any other commodity. At the same timeContinue Reading

Nature Spirituality by Lupa

Do you have to be an active Pagan in order to appreciate the inherent spirituality within nature? The assumption made by many is that simply by opening up to the extraordinary transforming power of our natural world we are somehow regressing to ancient and arcane supernatural beliefs. This of courseContinue Reading

Everything Mind by Chris Grosso

Any of us can spontaneously experience that transcendent state of being referred to as ‘enlightenment’. It can occur at any time and initiated in a variety of different ways but for Chris Grosso it occurred one day whilst he was out on his daily jog. In his book ‘Everything Mind’Continue Reading

The Electric Jesus by Jonathan Talat Phillips

The great spiritual visionary Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948) is quoted as having said: As human beings, our greatness lies not so much in being able to remake the world—that is the myth of the atomic age—as in being able to remake ourselves. If we are to follow Ghandhi’s insight into spiritualContinue Reading

Spiritual Bypassing by Robert Augustus Masters

In this push-button, ego-massaging world, it is no surprise that there is a vacuum in human values… a space that many spiritual and self-improvement fields feed off. It is against the backdrop of these distorted principles, the modern spiritual and New Age movements have reacted. Today, spiritual students have fewContinue Reading

Occupy Spirituality by Adam Bucko and Matthew Fox

Political revolutions and social upheavals have always been an essential part of human society. With the possible exceptions of the Cuban Revolution (1951), the French Revolution (1789) and the Bolshevik Revolution (1917), their impact has been limited. The word revolution is drawn from the core word ‘revolve’, meaning to turn,Continue Reading