Sauntering: Wandering the Path of Mystical Omnitheism

Sauntering: Wandering the Path of Mystical Omnitheism

by Jeff Liebmann

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Are you questioning your beliefs or actively rejecting your childhood religion? Are you looking for meaning, purpose, or answers to the big questions in life? Perhaps you call yourself "spiritual but not religious," or nonreligious, or even agnostic or atheist.

This book offers you beginning advice on how to open your body, mind and spirit to new insights without resorting to complicated spiritual practices or time-consuming meditative arts. By sauntering, you explore the path of Mystical Omnitheism - the idea that ours is only one of countless universes and planes of existence - and that all existence is god, everything is sacred, and that you and everything that exists is important. Sauntering opens the door to mystical experiences with all universes.

After years of trying meditation and prayer, various arts and devotional activities, Jeff always returned to the spiritual practice that worked for him - sauntering - the act of mindful wandering. He offers you tips on how to use this spiritual practice in your life. With each chapter, he also includes reflections on his own saunters through woods, along railroad tracks, or through city streets.

This work led him to a view of the cosmos he calls Mystical Omnitheism. As a long-time atheist, Jeff found the hard line attitude of most atheists combative and unrealistic. In a world where people want the good that religion has to offer, he felt that the answer was not to reject all religion, but to find a cosmology that allowed one to live a useful religious life - one dedicated to helping others and to making the world a better place.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016036618
Publisher: Jeff Liebmann
Publication date: 01/21/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 154 KB

About the Author

Jeff Liebmann is the minister serving the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland, Michigan. He is (in no particular order) a skeptic, agitator, religious atheist, mystical humanist, teacher, preacher, pacifist, freethinker, rationalist, dork, curmudgeon, dad (and grandpa!), husband, historian, and futurist.

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