There is lots of our exciting work that won't be visible to you until you log in. For example, if you go to the Forums, you'll only see how many threads, but no content.
Alas we have gotten so many spam registrations, we have to ask you to send us your request to register . Tell us what screen name you want. And by the way, to be sure you are human, tell us, what color is grass? The process should only take a minute, won't cost anything, and it will both allow you to receive our free newsletter and to see lots more of the Forge website.
Please know that registering does not make you a member of the Guild. If you are a spiritual teacher or leader, and might like to join the Guild, click here to apply
If you have any questions, or problems with our new site, please contact us
Blogs on the kind of spirituality that stands between Silly Fundamentalism and Flat Secularity.
well said, Bobbyji.
christianlity has a bias toward the poor " tis easier for a camel to pass thru the eye of a needle, than a rich man to gain the kingdom of heaven"
'blessed are the poor...." Its as though the early Christians were aiming at the masses from the beginning, as Christianity quickly became a religion of conversion under Paul ( who was not an original disciple, yet certainly was spirited!)
to a vedantist, its all their karma, shouldnt