Many of our Associates attended the London seminars with James Quilligan.
Herewith a significant article in KOSMOS today.
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Welcome to the Fall Edition of Kosmos Quarterly
Our Spiritual Commons
Our Cover is At the Jordan River, a painting by Yoram Raanan. The Jordan River has since ancient times been imbued with powerful symbolism and layers of meaning. It is ‘both a boundary and a crossing point, a metaphor for spiritual rebirth and salvation, a shared resource and a source of holy water.’* It is the same with our spiritual commons, waters that quench our real thirst and awaken us to the miracles available in every moment.
Here are some edition highlights
What are spiritual commons?
My Editorial orients us to the theme.
The Preface to the edition is by Steve Nation – “In one sense the spiritual commons can be thought of as the accumulated wisdom of the ages – a universal body of teaching about the worlds of soul and spirit that are more available to intelligent seekers today, than at any previous time.”
And the Keynote is by Joni Carley – “The spiritual commons is a metaphysical realm where heart, soul and spirit are properly valued as the driving forces of causality that they are.”
More from the Fall edition:
The Value-Renewed Society, by James Quilligan”Instead of going to bed at night dreaming of mining the minerals on Mars or finding some new pool of water on an asteroid, we need to ask ourselves some burning questions about our vision of life on Earth.”
VIDEO: Joanna Macy | Climate Crisis as Spiritual Path (with transcript)
GALLERY: The Atlas of Disappearing Places by Christina Conklin and Marina Spares
The Hermetic Revival by Colton Swabb”
Whether Hermes actually existed, was in fact both the Greek God Hermes and the Egyptian God Thoth, and whether this represents a shared cultural link between Ancient Greece and Egypt — there is no way to prove. What we can be certain of, is that these principles of Hermeticism held immense value for these ancient cultures, whoever their author may be. And whenever they resurface, they act as a catalyst for creative renaissance, revolution, and cultural regeneration.”
Other great contributors include: David Bollier, Wolfgang Aurose, Meena Srinivasan, Alan Fogel, and more.
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