Why is it when we talk to God, we're said to be praying, but when God talks to us, we're schizophrenic? Lily Tomlin


Familiar New Age Spiritual Ideas

Excerpt from Chapter 4 - Basic New Age Spirituality

For those readers who have been around New Age spirituality for a year or more, many of the ideas in this chapter will not be new. Nevertheless, I suggest reading about them anyway, for they are often misunderstood.

I lead off with a dog story about my two golden retrievers, an ESP (extra-sensory-perception) story. This may give you, the reader, a needed mini-respite from the ongoing barrage of ideas presented in this book. (Reading breaks of a few minutes to a few days have generally proven useful for early readers.)

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© 2008 by Thayer White
Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze


This Chapter
  Familiar New Age Spiritual Ideas
  Golden Retriever Magic - ESP Story
  Spirituality - Truth or Quackery?
  New Age Spirituality Is Not Religion - Definition?
  What Is Spirituality, If Not Religion II
  Happier Meaning of Life
  Earth School Spiritual Beliefs
  When Random Chance Becomes A Fraud
  Spoon Bending & Waves/Particles
  Religion or New Age Spirituality Options
  More Spiritual Peace from Past Lives Reincarnation Beliefs
  One Time Around vs. Proof of Reincarnation
  Past Life Regression Memories
  Past Lives Therapy - Past Life Regression
  This Is a Safe Universe/World - New Age Idea
  What About Being a Victim? An Unhappy Mentality
  You Get What You Concentrate On
  Positive Thinking Works
  Forgiveness & Psychology
  Happier New Age Beliefs Lead to Spiritual Health
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  Native American Vision Quest
  What Laws Are Superseded?
  The Attraction Process

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