Spiritual Transformation and Recovery
Tim Moon underwent a spiritually transformative experience while recovering from alcohol addiction which opened him to the world of mystical spirituality. He shares the depth of his experience through his writings.
Opening a new series on the Apostle Paul, Tim Moon takes a deep dive into the mystical nature Paul’s conversion experience. Please enjoy this featured post.
Tim Moon offers a deep and compelling look at the connection between human misery and the fear of death.
This week, Tim Moon writes about various sources of mindfulness, what they are and what they’re not.
Tim Moon shares a heartfelt story about how an awkward and tense situation on a basketball court suddenly became an opportunity to reach out and make peace in a racially tense world.
When I was a little boy, my great-grandma told me something I could not understand. She was 85 at the time. She said she felt like a child in an older person’s body. This idea was too deep for me at the time, as I really just wanted another cookie. But now I understand it intimately.
We are meant to be happy, and our ego was meant to be a tool to promote one part of that happiness, our survival. Sadly, many souls find themselves in circumstances where there are few real physical threats to their survival, yet they live in constant fear. Mindfulness, at its core, involves identifying our fears, and the self-centered, egotistical tendencies that exaggerate them.
In a compelling essay reflecting on our current situation, Tim Moon says he can’t help wondering if fear is not more dangerous than the virus itself. This is a must read.
Historian and Teacher | Contributor, Contemplative Light
Tim is a life long learner, educator and lover of mystery. As a result of a recent spiritually transformative experience (STE), he enjoys exploring and writing about topics related to mystical spiritual awakening.