Jim Price: Trailblazing

This from Jim Price, well worth reading.

Trailblazing the Human Condition explores how our efforts and adaptations contribute to expanding shared knowledge. When we are trailblazing, I believe we are adding to the field of human knowledge through morphogenic resonance, furthering the education of humanity through a shared unseen field.  This essay is the fourth in a series of five posts addressing the topic of chronic pain or conditions from a spiritual/non-material perspective.

Link at:
http://musingsofaspiritualtraveler.com/2013/09/24/4-trailblazing-the-human-condition/

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Jim Price on scientism, fundamentalism, and alchemy

In response to my post titled When Science and Religious Beliefs Conflict, my friend Jim Price proposed a way of reconciling opposites.

Fundamentalisms and alchemy

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I feel I have something important to say about scientism. Of course, scientific authority needs to be questioned. Religious authority needs to be questioned. De-mythologize, label the imprints of the human condition, and then elevate the conversation.

I agree there is a thing we might label as scientism. There is bias in every human endeavor. But if it is really true that 40% of Americans believe that the earth is only 6,000 years old (and I find that hard to believe), then this nation is in a bit of trouble. An unsophisticated public is easily manipulated by various authorities. Blind faith leads to Fundamentalisms.

Fundamentalisms are probably the biggest problem in the world today, be they religious, scientific, left, right, or center. Pointing fingers may be traditional. But what is needed is some good old-fashioned alchemy. This science/religion split is another opportunity to distill from the tension of opposites.

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Growing Souls

My friend Jim Price has an unusual prose style which he uses to clothe unusual ideas. He sent me this little piece which I liked well enough to ask if I might post it.

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