110 ROD PENNINGTON: “The Fourth Awakening”

There’s a new face for enlightenment­–and that face is staring right at you every morning in the mirror. “Religion and science are failing all around us,” says Rod Pennington, a wildly successful author (with over a dozen #1 books on Amazon/Kindle). “It’s time to mine a deeper truth that’s been suppressed by churches and organizations for centuries.”

Co-authored with Dr. Jeffrey A. Martin, Rod’s best-selling novels explore what it really means to be “enlightened” in today’s world. Rooted in interdisciplinary concepts of well-being, mind/matter interaction and positive psychology, the Fourth Awakening series taps into a consciousness shift occurring all over the planet. “Everyone has to find their own way,” Rod says. “There’s no one-size-fits-all approach.”

The plot: a group of top scientists, led by a legendary Nobel Prize winning physicist, make a discovery so startling, it sends shockwaves through the corridors of power around the world. His latest book is “Indweller.” Rod’s website is www.rodpennington.net. Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com.

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Posted on April 2, 2015 in Episodes

Responses (2)

  1. Rod Pennington
    April 7, 2015 at 12:32 pm ·

    An interesting habit of people who have crossed over to a spiritual state of enlightenment, they more often than not, completely drop out of “organized” religious practices. Confirming your well articulated point.

    Rod Pennington

  2. E.J. Powell
    April 4, 2015 at 11:44 pm ·

    Yes, IMHO, there is a difference between being religious and spiritual. Religion is organized and anything of man can be organized. Spirituality is of G-d and G-d cannot be organized. Religion can be defined, classifed and is exclusive. G-d cannot be defined, classified and is inclusive to all who wish to be included. I find it ironic that the two religions from which all religions spring forth are so exclusive. Sure, people want to hold on to tradition and that is wonderful but how much more wonderful would it be to have others celebrate the traditions to the same G-d that we all seem to be serving? I think we get carried away in our attempts to guide the world to what G-d wants, when truth be told, we are but poor imitations of the image we were created in. IMHO you cannot be religious and be Christlike and if you are spiritual, you struggle to be Christlike because we are not conditioned to endure what it takes to truly be Christlike. Spirituality involves feeling, meaning, emotion. Religion involves identification. The Spirit is comfortable, Religion is conforming.

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