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How I finally “got” ritual: A dialogue with DT Strain and B. T. Newberg, part 2

Today, we begin our late spring theme, Practice, with DT Strain, director of the Spiritual Naturalist Society, who shares how he learned to “get” ritual as a naturalist, and he asks B. T. to share his understanding in turn. Click above…

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Postpagan Ceremony & Ecology by Glen Gordon: “Sacred Seasonal Narrative for Today’s Humanism and Naturalism”

Religious humanists and spiritual naturalists are experts at finding meaning in the ordinary. Marking sacred days, such as the solstices and equinoxes, reminds us of the sacred mystery of life that we interact with everyday.

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“How I became a naturalist”: DT Strain & B. T. Newberg, part 1

Today we continue our early winter theme, “Beginnings”, with an a dialogue between B. T. Newberg and DT Strain, where they discuss how how they became Spiritual Naturalists. Click above to listen. In this audio piece, more of a dialogue than an…

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An interview with HP’s founder, B. T. Newberg

“The most encouraging part for me is when I think how many might never have met each other if not for the site. They might have been in a place like I was – just crossing their fingers that they weren’t alone – but now there’s a sense of community.”

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Autumn Equinox

In the Northern Hemisphere, the equinox is celebrated as Mabon, also called Harvest Home.  Astronomically, the event falls on the 22nd.  The precise date and time can be found at archaeoastronomy.com. Mike Nichols says of the day: Mythically, this is…

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