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8/31 – Trusting Desire: A Trans-lineage ‘Living Spirituality’ that Actually Leads to Action

Feature Articles / August-November 2016

Zach Schlosser


In this paper I outline a trans-lineage spirituality rooted in our intrinsic and discovered desires. I begin with a critique of Buddhism and then draw on insights from Saniel Bonder’s work developing the contemporary awakening school Waking Down in Mutuality, Bonnitta Roy’s Process Model of Integral Theory and her notion of View, Bruce Alderman’s and A.H. Almaas’s recent trans-lineage reconsiderations of ontology and soteriology respectively, process philosophers such as Charles Hartshorne and Eugene …