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GabrielWithoutWings

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I suppose I should do one of these.
« on: April 27, 2012, 11:20:13 pm »
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #1 on: April 27, 2012, 11:48:52 pm »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.


Welcome to TC!

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #2 on: April 28, 2012, 12:11:05 am »
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I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

 
Welcome! I have a feeling you're right. Finding your own way isn't easy but it is, I think, very rewarding.

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #3 on: April 28, 2012, 01:14:59 am »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

Welcome to TC.

Most people do just make there own. Do what you feel is right for you. This is about you finding YOUR path. If I can help just ask, I can only tell you what works for me, but it might work for you too.
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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #4 on: April 28, 2012, 02:34:40 am »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.
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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #5 on: April 28, 2012, 03:12:21 am »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

 
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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #6 on: April 28, 2012, 03:13:36 pm »
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Hey everyone.


Welcome to TC. I recognise you from another forum we are both on and I enjoy reading your posts there :)

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #7 on: April 28, 2012, 03:16:55 pm »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

 
Hello and welcome to you!  :)

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #8 on: April 28, 2012, 05:33:13 pm »
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I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

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« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2012, 05:41:29 pm »
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Welcome to TC!

 
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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #10 on: April 29, 2012, 05:09:38 am »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

 
Welcome! *gives cookie*

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #11 on: April 29, 2012, 04:27:24 pm »
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Here's your mandatory welcome! :D:

and I gave up and started my own path a few years back - best move.  Sometimes you just have to figure out what works.

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Re: I suppose I should do one of these.
« Reply #12 on: April 30, 2012, 02:24:14 pm »
Quote from: GabrielWithoutWings;52178
Hey everyone.

Here's my mandatory intro thread.  

Raised non-religious, spent about 5 years exploring apostolic Christianity, been exploring Gnosticism (classical and neo-) for the past year or so.

I strongly favor the reconciliation of opposites and I tend to take a semi-archetypal approach to the Divine (if that makes sense).

I feel I've exhausted the majority of existing traditions, so I've half a mind to just make my own.  I have a feeling that it'll be an ever-evolving process.

Maybe I can contribute meaningfully here.

 
Welcome!

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