The state of being nourished by Truth or God is in essence transcultural and transreligious. All spiritual pilgrims begin from where they are, influenced by a particular culture and religious tradition even when they do not feel especially connected to it. There are many things in common in the two mainstreams of spirituality—the Biblical traditions including Judaism, Christianity and Islam, and the Indian traditions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism—but there are some radical differences. How can we understand and reconcile these differences and be nourished by both great streams in our planetary culture?
It is recommended that participants read Ravindra’s book The Pilgrim Soul: A Path to the Sacred Transcending World Religions (Quest Books, 2014).
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