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Groundhog Day religions

Imagine this: One morning you wake up, brush your teeth, have breakfast, go out, walk the street and continue with your exciting new daily plan. However, everyone around starts addressing you as you were a person 30 years ago — a person from another time.

The Tao of God-dess

Although sourcing from progressive Christianity its outlook on personal revelation, and from Gaudiya Vaishnavism its enchantment with all-attractive God-dess, in its heart and mind Universalist Radha-Krishnaism is closest to ancient wisdom of Taoism than to either Gaudiya Vaishnavism or Christianity, for it refuses to share their predominantly outdated worldviews.

Unique and Important

Dr. M. Valle, a chairman of philosophy of religion at Scottsdale Community College (AZ) reviews Universalist Radha-Krishnaism book. He says, “Drawing upon the resources of theological trends in Western scholarship, Steve Bohlert offers a synthesis of Eastern and Western thought that makes the heart of Radha-Krishna devotion fully accessible to Westerners who have no Indian background.”

The observer effect

Quantum physics’ the observer effect says that there is no reality until that reality is perceived. This profound insight tells us that we alter every object in the world simply by paying attention to it.

Stubbornly persistent illusion

Albert Einstein, perhaps the most highly celebrated and recognized scientist / philosopher, said once, ‘People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion.’ What would this remarkable view bring into the world of spiritual ideas?


No matter how green it might be, money still cannot be as sweet and nourishing as real butter. Our society has tried its best trying to substitute the natural balance for world of immense crisis and anxiety, swapping economy in its true meaning and choosing profitonomy instead. Results are all around us: poverty, wars, endless crisis.


We don’t see what we see; we see what we remember we see. And you can replace this phrase with smell, taste, hear, sense, and perhaps even think. When it comes to spirituality, it’s the same: people expect it to follow their pre-conceptions and clichés.

Where the streets have no name

I want to run, I want to hide, I want to tear down the walls that hold me inside. I want to reach out and touch the flame where the streets have no name.

Global de-marketing

We live in an overpopulated and over-consumed world, facing an inevitable result of all our actions. But as with every other equation that involves life and its multiple, interdependent variables, the solution to our problem is already inside it.

See Beyond the Veil

First reflections on our new book — read a in depth review by Nori Muster.