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To varying degrees I have worked and studied with many different groups including:
Jews (my religion) Noahides, Christians, Gaudiya Vaisnavism, Swami Muktinanda's Sidha Yoga Foundation, the Yoga Society (of Sri Ramamurti Mishra), Sikhism, various Pagan and neo-Pagan groups, Sunni Islam (Wahabi), Sufism, Taoism, various Buddhist sects (including the Dharmad Hatu of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche), diverse Hindu sects, many Christian denominations and movements, and have been involved with numerous other groups and movements too numerous to mention.
In this AllExperts category I can discuss any religion you are interested in.
Author of AllFaith.com and YeshivaBethHashem.org and other websites and blogs.
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Experience: A lifetime spent "Reaching for the One." I am an ordained Independent Jewish rabbi. I hold an MA in Religious Studies from John F Kennedy University. I hold three Christian ordinations, a counseling ordination from the Interfaith Seminaries of Santa Cruz. I am a twice initiated Vaishnava bramana (Gopinath Gaudiya matha and ISKCON), have practical experience with many other branches Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Paganism, Islam (Sunni, Shia and Sufi), Wicca (especially Welsh Traditionalist and Gardnarian), Judaism and other traditions. I own and author AllFaith.com, and YeshivaBethHaShem.org.
Ratings: My only purpose here is to offer assistance to other spiritual seekers. For that reason I do not accept ratings, but I invite you to let me know your thoughts.
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