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PERHAPS THE DEEPEST SPIRITUAL CONNECTION to the vast Universe that science has given us is an awareness that ancestral stars are part of our genealogy. We can now know and feel our connection to the heavens, for stars are among our ancestors. Every atom in our bodies, other than hydrogen, was forged in the fiery belly of a star who lived and died before our own star, the Sun, was born. Keep Reading
Perhaps there is no more alluring portal for experiencing the benefits of evolutionary spirituality -- that is, a spirituality grounded in a modern, evolutionary cosmology -- than by way of a profoundly new way of understanding death. Thanks to the sciences of astronomy, astrophysics, chemistry, geology, paleontology, evolutionary biology, cell biology, embryology, ecology, geography, and math, we can now not only accept but celebrate that: *** 1. Death is natural and creative at every level of reality. 2. Death is no less sacred than life. Keep Reading
This is an online course offered at the Heritage Insitute and taught by Ann Amberg. Course: The UNIVERSE STORY How can the emerging story of the universe offer meaning to our role as planetary citizens? Orienting ourselves in a whole-planet context engenders a sense of wonder, belonging, and interconnectedness. New scientific evidence tells of life's emergence in all its beauty to help ground us in recognition of our magnificent 13.7 billion year heritage. Help your K-12 students think beyond the box of “consumer cosmology” and empower them with a new perspective for conscious life choices. Utilizing multimedia resources and experiential activities, you will explore the birth of galaxies, biodiversity, Earth's evolution, photosynthesis, Gaia theory and human ecology. The impact of this amazing work will uplift the spirits of you and your students. The Universe Story is an integrating theme combining holistic and creative learning elevant to social studies, health, science, ecology and art. Learn more at: http://www.hol.edu/view_course.cfm?cid=2204 Keep Reading