I mean two different things when I say interspirituality outside of any community; both of which describe me at present. First, I am one of those individuals that Wayne referenced that come from “no tradition”; phrasing this another way, I might label myself as profoundly spiritual, without being religious. I cannot claim that I follow any particular faith traditions or combination of traditions; so I guess I am faith-neutral. But I also respect and honor the traditions, so I am also faith friendly. Second, right now I live just outside Asheville, NC. I have not found a spiritual community. Being far away from any big cities, it is difficult to find like-minded people. As we have our discussions, I feel that it is vital that we think of ways to include people who come from no traditions and who feel that they are in isolation as they do this work.
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