April 10, 2020
  • 5:34 pm 6 Weekly Rituals That Have Completely Changed My Life
  • 4:34 pm A Money Manifesting Ritual (with Landria Onkka)
  • 4:34 pm A Simple Druid’s Rite – The Lego Core Order of Ritual (with voiceover)
  • 1:34 pm POWERFUL Hypnotic SLEEP (ASMR) • MONEY & ABUNDANCE Soothing Meditation
  • 1:34 pm Guided meditation for students
A Few Words on God

God is, and has been a powerful force in the history of humankind. The concept of God has taken many forms, and many religions. God has been given many names. Some claim that God is simply fiction, but that’s meaningless to me because we are a race governed by stories. The stories we tell ourselves […]

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Spend a Year in God’s Time

I’ve just spent an afternoon meeting members of this year’s Non-Residential Community at the Community of St Anselm. They’re working in different kinds of office, different spaces in and around London. It’s been really exciting to meet them. They’re people who are finding themselves immensely motivated and stretched and challenged by this year ‘in God’s […]

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Overcoming Signs Of Identity Crisis

[Music] is free [Music] often times in our lives we face the question who are we really where did we come from what are we doing in this world what will happen to me after death these are questions that all of us face but sometimes in the midst of a walk of life we […]

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How I fight child molesters in the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community | MORAL COURAGE EP. 20

Boys used to come and tell me that they go the ritual bath – they’re being sodomized. Girls used to tell me that their father sleeps with them. They say it’s modest not to talk about it. The pedophiles do exist. It’s true, and it’s out there. My name is Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg. I have […]

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Breaking boundaries as a female Orthodox rabbi | MORAL COURAGE EP. 14

The community had a visceral reaction against a woman who called herself a Rabba, which is the female equivalent of Rabbi. That’s when people got upset. My name is Rabba Sara Hurwitz, and I remember as a little girl I loved going to synagogue. I didn’t have any role models, so I didn’t think it […]

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The Image of God and the Whitewashing of Christianity

So, we look at the image of God, go to the next slide, thanks for that. We go to the next side, it says so God created man in His image still building a foundation He created him in the image of God; He created them male and female. So three things right here, go […]

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“Chinese and Jewish” with Rabbi Jaqueline Mates-Muchin

It’s good to see you too. How are you?>>Good! [LAUGH] >>Now it’s on, got it.>>[INAUDIBLE] >>Welcome, everyone, to the second event of the Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice for the 2018-2019 academic year. I see a lot of familiar faces from the first event. Most of you from my classes, so nice […]

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How Close Are You to Yourself?

How close are you to yourself? Yeah. So. Right about now I’d say that things are pretty tight. “Tight” as in close to who you really are. Yeah. A suspect. Are we done here? And yet a nice Jewish boy like you, deep down inside, never feels far from his Jewish identity? You a cop […]

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I grew up in the Westboro Baptist Church. Here’s why I left | Megan Phelps-Roper

I was a blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked five-year-old when I joined my family on the picket line for the first time. My mom made me leave my dolls in the minivan. I’d stand on a street corner in the heavy Kansas humidity, surrounded by a few dozen relatives, with my tiny fists clutching a sign that I […]

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Batman & Identity: Crash Course Philosophy #18

Crash Course Philosophy is brought to you by Squarespace. Squarespace: share your passion with the world. There’s an ancient Greek legend about a ship that launched from the port of Theseus, and sailed around the world. Probably not around the WHOLE world. Just AROUND the world. During its journey, the ship encountered many dangers. Storms […]

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