Category Archives: Philosophy

Paradigms for Creativity

ShareBy Bunny Paine-Clemes Our paradigms determine how we view creativity. Hence Amit Goswami says that creativity theories “are as diverse as the worldviews in which they are wrapped.” He identifies three major categories. In the “mechanistic” or “materialist-realist” views, the … Continue reading

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Dealing with Fear (from Contemporary Cayce)

ShareExcerpted from Contemporary Cayce: A Complete Exploration Using Today’s Science and Philosophy By Kevin J. Todeschi and Henry Reed During his first inaugural address at the height of the Great Depression, Franklin D. Roosevelt declared, “The only thing we have … Continue reading

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Beyond Soul Growth: Why Evolution Matters

ShareBy Lynn Sparrow Christy An Excerpt from Beyond Soul Growth: Awakening to the Call of Cosmic Evolution “ . . . The earth’s sphere, with the first creation in the mind of the Creator, has kept its same Creative Energy, … Continue reading

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Edgar Cayce Philosophy, Part 1

ShareThis is an excerpt from the Philosophy chapter of There Is a River, the biography of Edgar Cayce by Thomas Sugrue, originally published in 1943. The system of metaphysical thought which emerges from the readings of Edgar Cayce is a … Continue reading

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