Is Spirituality Logical? Why we Encourage Process Work

This blog post was inspired by an interaction on Facebook, one that is probably all too common, where a dissenter believes that spirituality and logic are mutually exclusive ideas.  Here is a screenshot of the interaction, her name was removed to protect her privacy: The following is my reply to anybody that believes that logic and spirituality are incompatible, loosely based on my reply above: Have you heard of the term “process […] Read more »

The Removal of Logic: The Formula for Patriarchy

DEFINITIONS According to Wikipedia, a Negative feedback loop “occurs when some function of the output of a system, process, or mechanism is fed back in a manner that tends to reduce the fluctuations in the output, whether caused by changes in the input or by other disturbances.”  In this way, a negative feedback loop is a governor meant to limit disturbances, prevent specific types of change, and provide stability. Stable/Stability:  “(of an […] Read more »

Logic Before Grammar: Putting the Cart Before the Horse

Have you ever been in a discussion where you felt like you just weren’t on the same page, and that no matter how much information you shared, their mind was already made up?  This is a common problem in today’s world, where the school systems have taught children for generations to think critically with the Classical Trivium, which is the wrong order for utilizing the Trivium method of critical thinking. […] Read more »

Honesty & the Truth

Honesty is merely the first step of truth, it is admitting that there is a problem that must be examined in the first place. If a person is dishonest about past behavior, then they are incapable of moving forward from this first phase, and remain firmly embedded in the lie of it. When honesty is not exercised, intuition is needed to determine if a lie is present, so that we […] Read more »

The Unity Process & Logic

Logic, also known as logos, is the tool we use to discern and filter the truth from the myriad of lies. If something is illogical, also known as a logical fallacy, it cannot be true. The truth can be known, and logic is the tool we can use to find it, and then align with it, but without logic, it is impossible to be in the truth. Those who state […] Read more »

Jesus, Logic, & the Trivium

In speaking of Jesus, John 1:1 has this to say: “In the beginning, there was the word [logos], and the word [logos] was with God, and the word [logos] was God”. Logos is the Greek word for “logic”, but Christian theology has ignored this possible translation from their interpretations of logos, and their understanding of Jesus; that he might have been the embodiment of logical thinking. This verse could very well have been claiming that […] Read more »