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Multipathing in the Real World

I am so fortunate to have lived in a place where I found my soul when I was at the right age to do this. I learned the Way of the Tao, studying tai chi while at the same time learning about indigenous spirituality and the Way of the Red Road. Many of the tai chi poses have evolved from animism. Along the way

I also learned to consider myself a healer.

Then I officially became a Unitarian although I had always had this mindset of respect for all beings and the dignity of life.

These paths blend easily for me. Unitarianism encourages the development of individual theologies.

My intuition tells me that these paths have similar philosophies and principles although expressed in different ways. One day, when I need to twist my mind around something, I will compare.

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