This seminar byMark Passio is without question the best one on Natural Law that I have seen in the last decade.
Natural Law can be defined as Universal, non man-made, binding and immutable conditions that govern the consequenses of behavior. It's is a body of Universal Spiritual Laws which act as the governing dynamics of Consciousness and is also known as Karmic Law. This is the working definition given in this presentation.
To put it simply and in more common vernacularNatural Law meanswhatever you do comes back to you or you shall reap what you sow. Unlike man-made or religious laws, Natural, i.e. Universal Laws apply whether you believe in them or not.
In his presentation Mark Passio refers to a book written by Jeremy Locke called The End of All Evil. It's out of print and second hand editions sold on Amazon currently cost between USD 1.200 and USD 10.000 but you can read the pdf version online. The link is provided below.
Full Circle is the last part of the Women and Spirituality trilogy by Donna Reed. Here authors, social activists, teachers and feminists talk about the continuing battle against patriarchy, and the need for a closer connection with the natural world. The film depicts the ways in which various individuals are finding empowerment through meeting together, performing rituals and fashioning a spirituality that is Goddess-based.
The Burning Times, part 2 of the Women and Spirituality trilogy by Donna Reed, offers a chilling look at the persecution of women accused of being witches in Europe between the 15th and 17th centuries. The Christian church and the state cooperated in a concerted effort to wipe out the power and independence of midwives, healers, and crones. Thousands were tortured and burned at the stake.
Matthew Fox, Margit Adler and others discuss the misogyny and sinister religious forces behind this massive campaign. (Edited from spiritualityandpractice.com)
Goddess Remembered is the first in a series of three films about Women and Spirituality made by Donna Reed . Part 1 focuses on the existence of pre-Christian Goddess-worshiping religions, which fostered an egalitarian society based on human cooperation. This civilization thrived for a long time without the intrusion of war. Visits to Paleolithic caves in France and temples in Crete give a glimpse of artifacts from this gynocentric world.
Scholars Merlin Stone, Jean Bolen and Charlene Spretnak draw connections between these ancient cultures, and women's contemporary interest in a spirituality based on harmony with nature. (Edited from spiritualityandpractice.com)