Humanistic Paganism

Category: Ken Apple


A Review of Tom Swiss’ “Why the Buddha Touched the Earth”, by Ken Apple

A review of “Why the Buddha Touched the Earth” by Tom Swiss

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“The Unseen World” by Ken Apple

Today, we continue our late spring theme, Practice, with Ken Apple, who shares his practice of looking for signs of the “Unseen World” of animals moving through our own. I posted a picture of a rough skinned newt on Facebook….

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“Shinto Intertwined” by Ken Apple

Shinto is the teaching of Nature, in contrast to revealed Religion which can be said to be the teaching of Man. Shinto originating in Japan’s deep prehistory and existing in the present is a subconscious amalgam of attitudes, ideas and ways of living and relating to all aspects of life. Shinto means to touch the divine Earth, to receive the life giving power of the Sun and to “catch the whisper” of Nature.”

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Mid-Month Meditation: “American History” by Ken Apple

Editor’s note: We encourage our readers to take these mid-month meditations as an opportunity to take a short break from everything else.  Rather than treating these posts the way you would any other post, set aside 10 minutes someplace quiet and semi-private…

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Ghost story, by Ken Apple

Just 12 days left for you to help HP place an ad at The Wild Hunt!  Go to HP’s Indiegogo campaign to contribute. The theme for late autumn here at HP is “Death and Life.”   I was in my twenties when…

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