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Seasons of Preparation

In my tradition, we’re about to start the season of Advent.  It’s a time of preparation; a time when we look forward to, and...

Against conversion therapy

Earlier this month, the synod (parliament) of my church passed a motion condemning gay conversion therapy.  I spoke in support of that motion, and...

In search of a radical alternative: remembering Francis of Assisi

What kind of man preaches to the birds? Was Francis a bit simple, or was he, perhaps, making a point about his frustration with...

The Quest for Peace

September 21st is the International Day of Peace, and as I come to write this, preparations are under way for prayer services, vigils, and...

Neil Seligman: Heartfulness Meditation

The word for mindfulness and heartfulness in many Asian languages is the same word. When practicing mindfulness people are also aiming to practice heartfulness....

Emily Payne is new columnist at Orbisology

The Rev’d. Emily Payne is an Anglican priest in Melbourne, Australia. She was born in apartheid-era South Africa, and migrated with her family at a...

Neil Seligman: Your Brain On Mindfulness

The evidence just keeps on coming! Investing just a few minutes every day in your mindfulness practice can give you the edge when it...

Andrew Butler: My first hand experience of science and spirituality

“Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.”  This is one of Einstein’s most famous quotes, and I want to share how...

Hally Rhiannon-Nammu: The Spiritual Changing How You Think

There is this assumption that all things spiritual have no place in science, let alone behavioural science. However, this could not be further from...

Can you write about quantum physics or the law of attraction?

Orbisology is looking for contributors. As an online publication and worldwide philosophy, Orbisology believes that the scale of our planet’s problems is too great to...