Discovering the divine in her own backyard
A conversation with African healer and guide Baba Mandaza Augustine Kademwa
A report from the new Goddess Spirituality
Searching for her place in God’s house
Parabola Volume 43, No. 1, Spring 2018: Wealth
Parabola Volume 41, No. 4, Winter 2016-2017: Generosity & Service Jesus Christ said, “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Jesus, like Buddha, Muhammad, Moses, and other great spiritual teachers, taught that our spiritual work does not proceed in isolation. We move forward on the…
Parabola’s new cover depicts a woman gazing into a crystal ball. Presumably she is trying to divine the future. Are the days and years to come foreseeable? If so, then what of free will, our apparent ability to make choices and to influence the course of events? If our futures are determined, what does that mean for our spiritual search? How is liberation possible?
Intelligence is usually defined as the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. Our Fall 2015 issue explores many ways of knowing and many skillful ways of sharing what we know.
The Spring 2015 issue of Parabola, explores the ancient root meaning of “sin”—“missing the mark.” And, as Jesus says in The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, “Sin as such does not exist. You only bring it into manifestation when you act in ways that are adulterous in nature.”
What I’m coming to lately is an end of life conviction that there is more to consciousness than what is produced in my little head, or yours,” says James George in a heart-opening interview in this Winter 2014 issue of Parabola.