I’ve begun a new series of talks on inner life and seeing with the eye of the soul called How To See Spiritually. Previous talks have looked at why spirituality is important, soul, wonder, interiority, scepticism, parables, ego and psi. Now I turn to virtues.
Spiritual perception can be defined as the ability to resonate more fully with reality, and thereby see the more that surrounds us. Who we are as persons therefore matters. In this talk, I explore how virtue traditions tackle the personal habits and characteristics that can constrain, or open, our receptivity to life. It’s not about doing the right thing, but rather about enabling perception.
Watch out for the next talk on Imagination.