Readings are carefully vetted external resources, often with included commentary, assigned to LP students to help increase understanding, awareness, and spiritual/scholarly sophistication. Some readings are available only to registered LP students.

The Wild Fox Koan

The following is a Zen fable, a Zen koan, a “teaching story,” about a Zen master who was turned into a fox after suggesting that somebody who “practices with great devotion” is somehow above cause and effect, somehow above the natural laws of...

Einstein – Religion and Science

There’s a famous quote by Einstein on religion where Einstein is purported to say,  “Science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.” People who want to support the idea of institutionalized religion and God point to that quote...

Social Class and the Hidden Curriculum

In our study of archetypes, we learn that archetypes organize our thinking and guide our behaviours. But where to archetypes come from? From parents, from religions, and from schools! In this famous article, Jean Anyon, reveals not only the source of at least some of...

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