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The Soul’s Choice

Here, for immediate download, is the current version of a very short essay I have been working on entitled, The Soul’s Choice.  It contains an outline of a contemplative, nondual understanding of various Christian modes of discourse together with a model of spiritual formation … Continue reading

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“Two Gravitational Fields” (Pope Benedict XVI)

In one of our initial posts (Let the journey begin…), we suggested that Meditations on the Tarot might be linked to Pope Benedict XVI through Robert Spaemann (the same Robert Spaemann who wrote the forward to the German edition of MOTT, … Continue reading

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Ask About Upcoming Classes In Contemplative Tarot

Cultivate the Seed of Self-Transcendence by Meditating on the Tarot: The Self is a relation that relates to itself and to the power which grounds it (cf. Kierkegaard). The idea of “the separate self” is an illusion to be transcended. … Continue reading

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The Hanged Man — Again!!!

Don’t be surprised if we return again and again to this arrangement of images with our primary focus, perhaps, remaining on The Hanged Man.   In any event, consider, for a moment, that Christianity, construed as an exoteric tradition, is designed for … Continue reading

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Christianity, Platonism, and the Tarot of Marseille

This document grew out of a student’s question.  The student inquired as follows: “…a couple of questions on the tarot card analogy that was discussed this past class. Do the tarot cards have a specific order in which they can … Continue reading

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