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Out of the Ether

I am the type of person that tends to take people’s word on things in many ways. So a few days ago I surprised myself when I went into a session with a psychic with a sense of intrigue and … Continue reading

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Confession

by Aranyakananda I am about to get a little Catholic on you all. I’ve been thinking lately about the Catholic sacrament of confession. Several days ago, on my Facebook page I asked my friends what was one thing that they … Continue reading

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The Eternal Lenten Season of Yoga

by Aranyakananda Since I am on the theme of my former Catholicism, I would like to say a few things about what I used to call the “40 Day Festival of Avoidance” called Lent. It is kicked off by Ash … Continue reading

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From One Tilak to Another ( An Ash Wednesday Story)

by Aranyakananda Whenever the various Catholic Holy days come around on the calendar, I tend to reflect on where I’ve been, where I am, how I got here, what I used to believe, what I used to supposedly believe because … Continue reading

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God’s Will Vs. The Devil Made Me Do It

by Aranyakananda I’ll start this post by saying I do not believe in “The Devil” when it comes to misfortune and death. What I do believe in is distance from God and the “Your Time Is Just Plain Up” (see … Continue reading

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