@justincalebbryant I love Being As An Ocean so much! Underoath and BMTH too (the older stuff). Do you like Oh, Sleeper and Invent Animate? I know there are way too many bands to mention 😆
@justincalebbryant Great, I'll definitely check it out! Btw, what other hardcore bands do you like?
@justincalebbryant Awesome! Are they posted yet?
Saw The 1975 tonight! This song was so powerful live!
"When you bleed say so"
"I'm a designer" "Unite Pariahs" Am I a liar?"
@RobertFrancis I'm not too familiar with the apophatic method, but love that way of stretching the imagination. We are striving toward a God that is always one step outside of our comprehension Thanks for the response!
@melissam Thanks for the response! God in essence and in action/ embodied is exactly what I was thinking about. I also heard Richard Rohr recently say something like, "God is a verb," but I didn't want to just steal that line.
@noahebenson The fact that it's someone you didn't know is strange. I'd say stay as true and authentic to your own soul and your own experience as possible. It may resonate with you or it may not. Perhaps pray about it, if that's within your practice?
@pjhendricks We'll rally around you as much as we can. Stay strong!
night terrors, spiritual warfare, new age, occult
@martaparta I love Conner Habib. His latest episode with Duncan Trussell is awesome as well and goes super deep! He also has about 5 episodes over on Duncan's podcast. He is a Christian occultist and deeply insightful so he won't steer you wrong. You might also like the podcast RuneSoup with Gordon White. He's another occult thinker who is clearly really bright/ not cooky.
aimless complaints about progressive spirituality
@Chuck I think I hear where you're coming from and can have similar frustrations about God language. I believe that we do need to break down Reza's "bigger version of ourselves God," but would still like to hold on to the idea that God has a kind of consciousness and intimacy with beings. God may be essentially unspeakable and "The ground of being," but still might be able to whisper in your ear. (That's my hope anyway)
mental illness and prom
@timmy Wow, my heart breaks for you both. I hope you find the peace that you need ❤️
@jeremyb I'm really sorry. Are you doing ok?
@martaparta I should say 4 and 5 were the most common, not the majority of listeners
@martaparta If I remember right, in the enneagram episode, Mike said that the majority of listeners were 4 and 5, which makes a lot of sense because of individualists' tendency to reject the status quo, and thinkers' natural desire to work through what is true.
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