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Parabola

Parabola is published quarterly by the Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition. Each issue includes: * Original articles and interviews on mythology, spiritual practice, religious tradition, literature, popular culture, science, and the arts * Retellings of traditional stories, myths, and fairy tales * Book reviews * Comments on contemporary film, theater, music, art, and events * Artwork ranging from the traditional to the contemporary

(Daimon distributes Parabola only outside America.
On the American continent please order directly from: www.parabola.org.)

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Parabola Index

The 25th Anniversary Parabola Index

144 pages, ISBN Pb:Index / 978Pb:Index, Parabola

With the Parabola Index at hand, you can look up writers and interviews, book reviews, and myths, as well as browse the annotated tables of contents of all one hundred issues of Parabola. ...

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Parabola 43:1 Spring 2018

Wealth

“You cannot serve both God and mammon,” advises Jesus in the Gospel of St. Matthew, but many of us spend our lives trying to do just that. Our inner search is real—and so is our desire for the pleasures of this world and the money that can buy them.

In this Spring 2018 issue on “Wealth,” we explore how men and women, great teachers and ordinary sinners alike, have approached this fundamental challenge of human existence: God, mammon, or both? ...

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Parabola 42:4 Winter 2017-2018

Families

“If you think you’re enlightened go spend a week with your family,” says the popular spiritual teacher Ram Dass. Yet this Winter 2017-2018 issue of Parabola shows how family life itself can be a means to awaken.

Capable of achieving the highest state of meditation, Sufi master Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee writes here that he found another teacher in his willful toddler son. “His freedom to express his will touched an unconscious wound,” writes ...

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Parabola 42:3 Autumn 2017

The Sacred

WHAT IS THE SACRED? How can we strengthen our relationship with the sacred?

These questions are explored in this Fall 2017 issue of Parabola. The English word sacred arises from the Latin word sacrum, which to the Romans meant what belonged to the gods or was in their power, within the temple. The profane, by contrast, or profanum in Latin, meant what was in front of the temple, and therefore outside of it. And so we often think of the sac ...

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Parabola 42:2 Summer 2017

Happiness

The angel on the cover seems to embody happiness, our theme for Summer 2017. His smile and gaze emanate joy and contentment even though he is carved from stone. What might he know that we, mired in our difficult human lives, do not?

Beginning with Sufi master Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, who writes about the beneficence of cleaning, and ending with Helen Keller, who attained happiness in the midst of great affliction, this issue explores the natu ...

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Parabola 42:1 Spring 2017

The Search for Meaning

“Between stimulus and response there is a space,” wrote psychiatrist and neurologist Viktor Frankl in his unforgettable memoir of his life in a Nazi death camp, Man’s Search for Meaning. “In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom.”

In this Spring 2017 issue of Parabola, Frankl’s grandson Alexander Vesely explains how the Holocaust survivor found meaning in acts of generos ...

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Parabola 41:4 Winter 2016-2017

Generosity & Service

Jesus Christ said, “For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them.” Jesus, like Buddha, Muhammad, Moses, and other great spiritual teachers, taught that our spiritual work does not proceed in isolation. We move forward on the Path only with the help of others. How we relate along the Way to other beings—animal and vegetable as well as human—becomes a critical element in our search.

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Parabola 41:3 Autumn 2016

Ways of Healing

The root meaning of heal is whole. Healing does not mean being unbroken. It means illness and mishap and even great tragedy can lead us from the pain of isolation to a greater wholeness. There is rich evidence of that in this Fall 2016 issue of Parabola, on “Ways of Healing.”

In Newtown, Connecticut, a new school is about to open to replace the Sandy Hook Elementary School, where on December 14, 2012, twenty children and six adults we ...

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Parabola 41:2 Summer 2016

Innocence & Experience

When he grew to adulthood, wrote Paul the Apostle, “I put away childish things.” Yet his teacher, Jesus, advised that “Unless you turn and become like children, you will never enter the kingdom of heaven.”

We tend to think that experience destroys innocence. But the koan of contradiction presented by Jesus and Paul suggests that both innocence and experience play essential roles in the search for meaning, and that experience can ...

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Parabola 41:1 Spring 2016

The Divine Feminine

Everybody has to be the hero of their own journey, wrote P.L. Travers in the first issue of Parabola, “The Hero,” published in 1976. The curious name of the magazine was meant to echo “parable,” but also to describe the dynamic arc of a hand-held fishing net when it is flung—the soaring shape of a journey out and home again, enlarged by what it found. The mission was to gather food for seekers—everyday heroes on a journey to discover th ...

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Parabola 40:4 Winter 2015-2016

Free Will and Destiny

Parabola’s new cover depicts a woman gazing into a crystal ball. Presumably she is trying to divine the future. Are the days and years to come foreseeable? If so, then what of free will, our apparent ability to make choices and to influence the course of events? If our futures are determined, what does that mean for our spiritual search? How is liberation possible?

We may have a destiny to fulfill, or a fate, perhaps self ...

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Parabola 40:3 Autumn 2015

Intelligence

Intelligence is usually defined as the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills. Our Fall 2015 issue explores many ways of knowing and many skillful ways of sharing what we know. A new way of knowing may open in the midst of great suffering, as it did for intuitive Laura Day, interviewed here. As a child growing up in New York City, Day discovered that she could directly see and sense things immediately, without study or reason. Decad ...

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Parabola 40:2 Summer 2015

Angels and Demons

Angels walk among us, the Bible tells us. And so do demons. Yet they often take unexpected forms and shapes. They may come to us as strangers, as sudden insights, or as great trials. As James Reho describes in this Summer 2015 issue of Parabola, some devils are not to be exorcised (instructions for exorcism are included in this issue) but must be endured until they yield insights that can come no other way. “If there had been any power in ...

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Parabola 40:1 Spring 2015

Sin

The Spring 2015 issue of Parabola, explores the ancient root meaning of “sin”---“missing the mark.” And, as Jesus says in The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, “Sin as such does not exist. You only bring it into manifestation when you act in ways that are adulterous in nature.” We’ve come to see that it is our “tendency,” to act in those errant ways, to deviate from our spiritual aims and to succumb to passing thoughts, feelings, and desires, thus missing the ...

Parabola

Parabola 39:4 Winter 2014-2015

Goodness

“What I’m coming to lately is an end of life conviction that there is more to consciousness than what is produced in my little head, or yours,” says James George in a heart-opening interview in this Winter 2014 issue of Parabola. The word good is descended from the Indo-European ghedh, which means to unite or join. All of the offerings in thisGoodness issue resonate with this ancient meaning. There is an echo of the call to come together, wit ...

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Parabola 39:3 Fall 2014

Spiritual Practice

This Fall 2014 issue of Parabola explores the world of spiritual practice with the guidance of accomplished teachers and practitioners. Our interview is with Mirabai Starr, a bright new voice in interfaith studies who as a teen lived at the Lama Foundation, where she studied with Buddhist, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Jewish, Taoist, and Native teachers. Also in this issue, among other authors, legendary filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky recalls ...

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Parabola 39:2 Summer 2014

Embodiment

This Summer 2014 issue of Parabola offers glimpses of human beings who embody the spiritual qualities of wisdom, compassion, and service to God. Some, like the Sufi master Barkat Ali, with a flowing grey beard and upright, military bearing, look as you would expect; while others like Raghu Makwana, the son of poor Indian laborers and crippled by polio, shatter comfortable preconceived images. What emerges in these pages is that embodiment is not ...

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Parabola 39:1 Spring 2014

Wisdom

Parabola asked the Tibetan leader about his approach to obstacles. He said, “If you utilize obstacles properly, then it strengthens your courage, and it also gives you more intelligence, more wisdom.” In this he hews to one basic definition of wisdom: the ability to perceive reality along with a disposition to act in accord with right values. It’s been nearly forty years since Parabola began. Jean Sulzberger was present at the beginning and has been ...

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Parabola 38:4 Winter 2013-2014

Power

8 FOUR MEDITATIONS ON SEEING David Appelbaum
With reference to Meister Eckhart

SEEKING VERITY Tracy Cochran
Finding the infinite in the finite

THE WORLD IS A SPIRIT VESSEL Robert Meikyo Rosenbaum
The Tao of Zen, the Zen of the Tao

THE HOLY BEGGAR OF WEST END AVENUE Yitta Halberstam Mandelbaum
Generosity as a way to liberation

HOW TO ANSWER A SPIRITUAL QUESTION Lillian Firestone
Wh ...

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Parabola 38:3 Fall 2013

Power

TAMING THE ANGRY STALLION Linda Kohanov
The power of nonviolence

THE CAVE Michael Harner
A quest for shamanic powers

BODY CONSCIOUSNESS Patty de Llosa
Listening to the energies of the body

LONGING FOR THE BELOVED Mirabai Starr
Teresa of Avila—and grief—teach a mighty lesson

TRANSFORMING THE POWER OF THE EARTH Lorraine Kreahling
A house explodes; a new way is found

EFFORTLESS POWER ...

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Parabola 38:2 Summer 2013

Heaven & Hell

This is Parabola’s 150th issue. Publishing four times a year, it has taken more than thirty-seven years to reach this milestone, achieved through the contributions of countless writers, artists, editors, publishers, designers, printers, and those who work with them. Above all, it has taken the steady support of the magazine’s readers, year after year, decade upon decade. To celebrate this anniversary, we picked a theme dense with meaning. H ...

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Parabola 38:1 Spring 2013

Spirit in the World

Believing the best way to help the world was to work on himself, the American-born Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi lived as a Buddhist monastic and scholar in Asia for decades. Yet his perspective changed as he progressed on the path: “Our task today, in my understanding, is to complement the ascending spiritual movement with a descending movement, a gesture of love and grace flowing down from the heights of realization into the valleys of our ...

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Parabola 37:4 Winter 2012

Science & Spirit

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Parabola 37:3 Fall 2012

The Unknown

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Parabola 37:2 Summer 2012

Alone & Together

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Parabola 37:1 Spring 2012

Burning World

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Parabola 36:4 Winter 2011–12

Many Paths One Truth

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Parabola 36:3

Seeing

As we are, we see the world, ourselves, and the sacred only dimly. But greater clarity and depth of seeing is possible. And when we see and know more the universe will respond, and know us as well. This Fall 2011 issue of Parabola is devoted to the critical act of seeing. The bold cover image, drawn by artist and translator Kazuaki Tanahashi, means "see" in Japanese script. ...

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Parabola 36:2

Giving and Receiving

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Parabola 36:1

Suffering

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Parabola 35:4

Beauty

"Ask a toad what beauty is." Voltaire's words imply that beauty lies in the eye of the beholder.

The Winter 2010-2011 issue of Parabola explores beauty from a rich variety of spiritual and cultural perspectives...

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Parabola 35:3

Desire

In the current issue of Parabola, we explore the heights and depths of this most human of conditions. Defined as craving, longing, wanting strongly--and also as that unsatisfied state that fills us whether or not we obtain the object or person we crave--desire drives us and shapes our lives. Some long for fortune; others sex; others vengeance. In others, the energy of desire is refined, fueling the wish to alleviate the suffering of others; to bring peace to thi ...

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Parabola 35:2

Life After Death

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Parabola 35:1

Love

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Parabola 34:4

The Way Ahead

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Parabola 34:3

Finding the Right Path

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Parabola 34:2

Water

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Parabola 34:1

Imagination

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Parabola 33:4

God

ISSN 0362-1596

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Parabola 33:3

Man & Machine

ISBN 0362-1596 / Pb 33:3, Parabola

Contents:

NOTES ON SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND SPIRITUAL SEARCH Ravi Ravindra
Two paths toward the unknown

THE END OF KNOWLEDGE
A conversation with Ravi Ravindra

AFTER THE MOVERS HAVE LEFT Margaret Pierpont
The mind on meditation retreat

WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT A PERSON IS MECHANICA ...

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Parabola 33:2

God

ISBN 0362-1596 / pb33-2, Parabola

Contents: THE GODDING PROCESS David A. Cooper
A revelatory understanding of God, from the Kabbalah

GOD IS THE GOOD Patrick Laude
A masterful survey of God across the Traditions

IN THE SPIRIT OF GOD Nicholas Motovilov and
St. Seraphim of Sarov

Meeting a saint and witnessing a miracle

THE GO ...

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Parabola 33:1

Silence

ISBN 0362-1596 / 978Pb 33:1, Parabola

Contents:

THE DEEPEST SILENCE John Roger Barrie
The mystical heart of silence

THE LAST THIRD OF THE NIGHT David Sander
Traditional Islam and the challenge of silence

LISTENING FOR THE VOICE OF GOD Tom Rothschild
Silence in Quaker worship

THE SHRIEK OF THE SHOFAR Aryeh Wineman
O ...

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Parabola 32:4

The New World

, ISBN 0362-1596 / 978Pb 32:4, Parabola

THE NEW WORLD
(Volume 32, Number 4)

ARTICLES

NEW WORLD, OLD MEN Patrick Laude
Can America harbor the City of God?

A RETURN TO TRADITION
An interview with Frank Sinclair, president of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York

ON ...

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Parabola 32:3

Holy Earth

, ISBN 0362-1596 / 978Pb 32:3, Parabola

HOLY EARTH
(Volume 32, Number 3)

A Place of Prophets David Sander
A journey into the living heart of tradition

The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus Sir Isaac Newton, trans.
As above, so below

The Tree of Life
An interview with Nobel Peace ...
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Parabola 32:2

Sex

, ISBN Pb 32:2 / 978Pb 32:2, Parabola

SEX
(Volume 32, Number 2)

Down Came the Door of Dharma Trebbe Johnson
Lovemaking between humans and gods

The Most Sacred of Places Rick Blum
A story of Moses

Jordan Was Driven Back Eugene Myshkin
Sex in the light of tradition

Spiritual Teachings o ...

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Parabola 31:4

Home

, ISBN Pb 31:4 / 978Pb 31:4, Parabola

HOME
(Volume 31, Number 4)

AT HOME IN THE WORLD Tracy Cochran 
A contemporary mother learns what really matters
 
IN MY FATHER’S HOUSE ARE MANY MANSIONS Kathryn Allen Rabuzzi  
Insights into home from The Encyclopedia of Religion
 
OUR HOME IS GOD’S HOME Rick Blum
A Ho ...

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Parabola 31:3

Thinking as Prayer

, ISBN Pb 31:3 / 978Pb 31:3, Parabola

Thinking Volume 31, Number 3 IN THIS ISSUE YOU WILL FIND: "Crawling Through Chaos" Mark Magill A firefighter’s meditation "Thinking as Prayer" Christopher Bamford The way of Lectio Divina, Divine Reading "To go Beyond Thought" An interview with Karen Armstrong "Conflict Resolution in Rural Tibet" James Opie A Tibetan lama’s advice to a married couple "Plato’s Cosmic Container" Bethe Hagens An ancie ...

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Parabola 31:2

The Path of Yearning

128 pages , ISBN Pb 31:2 / 978Pb 31:2, Parabola

(Volume 31, Number 2) "Longing longs for us. It wants us to wake up, to become conscious. It is divine intelligence longing to become known." Peter and Maria Kingsley, from "As Far As Longing Can Reach," featured in Parabola’s Summer 2006 issue "Absence and Longing" "A Blinding Proximity" Patrick Laude Divine presence and human absence "And Where He comes from And Where He Goes" Bernard ...

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Parabola 31:1

Shaking our Senses Free

, ISBN Pb 31:1 / 978Pb 31:1, Parabola

"The Invisibles" David Abram
Enigmatic dimensions of the everyday

"’How I Pray is Breathe’: Thomas Merton in the Hermitage Years" Roger Lipsey
Merton’s "rehabilitation of the sensible"

"Common Sense"
An interview with Peter Kingsley

"A Walk with Krishnamurti: From His Journal" Jiddu Krishnamurti ...

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Parabola 30:4

Fundamentalism - Getting out of the Box

, ISBN Pb 30:4 / 978Pb 30:4, Parabola

Fundamentalism: Getting out of the box 30th Anniversary Issue! "An Eternal Perfume" Patrick Laude Mystery and beauty as the true fundamentals "Do Many Heads Necessarily Have Many Minds?" Wendy Doniger Tracking the sources of Hindu tolerance and intolerance "Beyond Views" An exchang ...

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