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For years I have been trying to understand this and to explain it to other people. Here is a somewhat philosophical introduction to somatic theory that provides some insight. It also makes sense of the early Quaker reference to empty forms.
Lectures from major contemporary figures within Friends on the economy and social issues.
Friends might find the Swarthmore lecture by Pink Dandelion interesting. It tries to define what it means to be a Quaker. See the link below.
See the pages below.
I worry that new people coming into our meeting for worship may get the impression that meeting for worship is a spiritual discussion group. I worry more that some members would prefer that it was.
See the links below.