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Published on Mar 7, 2011
I discuss how difficult it is to understand spiritual experiences and use left brain skills such as language to describe them.
I point out that Jacob Boehm had a brief (yet timeless) moment of insight, and then promptly filled 18 volumes of words to describe it.
I also discuss that spirituality is part of our everyday life, we have to stop thinking of "the other side", bring spirit into "this side", and of course there are no sides. I tell the story of Randy Johnson who dedicated an entire baseball season the memory of his Dad, and stepped up his game as a result. And yet there were no visions or dramatic spiritual elements to the Randy Johnson story, yet it is profoundly spiritual.
Also there is a hum during this segment. Think of it as people meditating and saying "ooom".