Regular Posts Tagged ‘Religion’
On Freud, Buddhism and
25th Jun 2012Posted in: Blog 0

Psychodynamics, Buddhism, Religion, Medicine and Art have a lot in common. They all suggest that there are positive and negative forces at play in a human being . These five things suggest that positive energies can get stuck or blocked at certain stages and remain stagnant or even malignant in nature. In all cases, the […]

The narrative of neurology
28th Jun 2011Posted in: Blog 0

As i read more in the area of neurology i sense something starting to happen. It is as though the very dry and taxinomical content of neurological text has some relationship to the bible or to some other great human narrative. It is as though the power of narrative is so strong in a human […]

Faith and Religion
15th May 2011Posted in: Blog 0

A couple of thoughts about religion: 1) ┬áIf faith is no longer to be placed in organized religion, then surely there must be another use for the remarkable power of faith. This faith which gave us hope to believe in. This faith which at once nurtured the will to survive and the quest to identity. […]

Religion Is Morphing...Again...
3rd Apr 2011Posted in: Blog 0

I love thinking about gender and this post truly just fell in my lap about half an hour ago. Masculine Gods? Feminine Gods? There are signs that religion is starting to crack under the pressure. This is a good crack. With it comes some increased flexibility because what does not bend, must break. There are […]

Religion vs. Science
25th Feb 2011Posted in: Blog 0

Moses may have parted the sea but Galileo put the sun in the centre of our universe. Jesus may have turned water into wine but Darwin made a monkey give birth to a human. You tell me who’s miracles are greater.

Nietzsche
6th Jan 2011Posted in: Blog 0

Nietzsche lashed out against Christianity but was also under the spell of the mythological significance of Christ.

Intelligent design
30th Nov 2010Posted in: Blog 0

When I look around me at say a piece of wood, i get to thinking…This wood, this wonderful wood which exists in abundance is such a magnificent thing. It provides us with natural shelter in the form of trees. It keeps noise out of our cities and pollution at bay. It provides us with oxygen […]

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