Thanks to you, the Project Conversion Book is Now Fully Funded!

I must admit, I had my doubts. How could a story that occurred a year ago remain relevant in today’s hyper-active news world? When I launched the Kickstarter campaign I told my wife, “Project Conversion began as a community. This was never a one-man event, so I have to ask for their help. Besides, if […]

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Monday Meditation: Is Our Image of the Divine Simply a Projection of Our Ego/Needs?

If there is a God, atheism must seem to Him as less of an insult than religion. –Goncourt Contemplation: Sometimes, especially during times of crisis or even an inflated sense of purpose or ego, we make the divine in our own image. We transform the divine into what Harry Emerson Fosdick called “a cosmic bell-boy,” […]

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This Mabon, I Give Thanks for a Harvest of Family, Friends, and the Hope of a Bright Future.

There are seasons in our lives when we aren’t sure if the seeds we’ve sown will bear fruit and sustain us for the winter. We toil and sweat, prepare and scheme, and yet as the sun sets on another day of labor, we are often left with little more than faith and hope in what […]

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The Heroic Faith: Can Adventure be a Religion? Guest Post by Drew Jacob

This is a guest post by Drew Jacob, the Rogue Priest. I was twelve, and I believed in heroes. I was not a popular kid. I wasn’t very brave. I lost at sports, or just stayed home. I wrote and drew and walked in the woods, alone. But I read books, and I played games. My […]

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The Path of Immersion Starts in the Home: How a Family Vacation Returns Me to Where My Journey Began

Prior to my experience last year I was convinced that journeys were in fact linear. One begins at point A (literally or metaphorically), and ends at point B. Even if this involves transformation, you simply cannot, as Heraclitus said, enter the same river twice. The Path of Immersion and the resulting Fluid Life that I […]

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