Sunday May 08, 2022

Beyond Renunciation

One of the main motivators for early Christian monasticism was the desire to renounce the world. This episode delves into the origins of renunciation in Western culture, and promotes a more complex and life-affirming approach for pagan monastic communities.

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(Continue) have to develop what I call Passionate Dispassionalism. That is, we chose an enact those changes in our world and society need to be shaped but, like water, we’re not bound to one particular path in getting there. It is an idea I think that the future will find useful, much like Danica’s judo analogy. Again, a wonderful show, and I’m always looking forward to the next.

Tuesday May 10, 2022

As always, a wonderful and thoughtful moment shared here. In examining how the West, and in particular the Judeo Christian schools of thought rejected the world and its influence one cannot help but think that they were in some way both inspired and in competition with Eastern ideas of the trap of mortal attachment. I think that it’s overt embrace of a nearly ascetic world view is ultimately self-defeating. As we move forward with creating a Pagan Monastery I believe that practitioners and

Tuesday May 10, 2022

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