Category Archives: Contemporary Musings

Death Be Not Final

Came across this. Food for contemplation. Imagine one’s “consciousness” being transported to “the Cloud” for all eternity? What’s to become of rebirth? Death soon may not be so final, thanks to these creepy technologies By Corey S. Powell Every day, … Continue reading

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Children of Light and Darkness

Our present age can be likened to one of the final chapters of the Kali Yuga, or an age when the spirit of darkness reigns free and unhindered. The children of this dark realm are born into what is described … Continue reading

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Queer Dimensions in Contemplative Methodologies

This is a companion piece to our most recent blog on Contemplative Pedagogy. It portrays an accurate account of what constitutes today’s academic atmosphere in purported “higher-education.” The vanguard to such a reality consists in a reformulation of sexual identity, … Continue reading

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Contemplative Pedagogy?

This blog will address a contemporary expose on “Contemplative Pedagogy” written by Peter Kaufman of the sociology department @ Suny New Paltz, USA. Professor Kaufman asserts that there is a need to synthesize Contemplation with a critical pedagogy, one that … Continue reading

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