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  • Wisdom About Money (2017)

    It is wise to save or invest at least 10% of your income. We have enough money when we can fulfill our needs. We never have enough money to fulfill all our desires.
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • The Art of Listening (2017)

    While student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1961, I became friends with Carl Rogers, who was as one of the leading psychotherapists of the 20th century. He taught me much about the art of listening. Dr. Rogers said that when we listen, and people know we are listening, it shows we truly care...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • What is Reality? (2017)

    Truth is One , although people call it by many names. The world’s religions honor prophets, messengers and/or incarnations: Krishna, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and others throughout the ages. They all sought to bring people closer to the divine. In the mystical tradition of religions, we can directly...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Mystic viewpoints (2017)

    There are matters which are important within most religions’ orthodoxy, to their leaders and to many followers, but are viewed differently by mystics. Mysticism often interprets them based on their effects in aiding or impeding search for union with the divine. Evil and Deliverance : Many orthodox religions...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Our different worlds (2017)

    Every person lives in different worlds at various phases of their life. Our feelings, conceptions and perceptions may vary in each of those worlds. Parents look at many situations unlike their children; a reversal of their own much earlier experiences. In youth we saw things from simpler points of view...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Mysticism is not ... (2017)

    Many people, including some leaders of Western religions, think that mysticism is either nonsense, heretical or both. They are only partially correct, may just misunderstand, or refuse to accept it. Mysticism is non-sense; the experiences of mystics can neither be perceived nor measured. The empirical...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Reality is One (2017)

    Divine Reality is infinitely here and eternally now , not within the spatial or temporal constraints of earthly realities. No words can ever describe ultimate Reality, yet a single word might suffice: One . Some people call it omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent; some mystics speak of the One* underlying...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Looking beyond (2017)

    The divine is in you; you are not as yet in the divine. The greatest achievement in life is living in the infinite and eternal within us. Seeking the absolute and ultimate—the mystical quest—is a part of everyone’s life, still we seldom consciously and actively participate in it. You must truly believe...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Thoughts On A Spiritual Practice of Transformation and Transcendence (2017)

    A spiritual practise means transcending the cognitive patterns that create our ordinary reality. As I discuss in my book, The Buddha’s Radical Psychology: Explorations, one must see through the conventional dualistic dichotomy of the relativistic subject/ object consciousness to welcome the original...
    (My publication) Posted by: rodger ricketts
  • From Knowledge to Wisdom: Science and the Good Life (2016)

    Abstract: Various scientific disciplines, from sociology and economics to neuroscience and psychology, have devised innovative and empirical methods for assessing subjective states of happiness and well-being, providing intriguing new clues about our complex nature and what fosters a happy and meaningful...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: jlmatelski
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