What we're about

The purpose of this Meetup Network is to support members in organizing and integrating their spiritual experiences, views, and practices so they meet their spiritual goals. You will find it useful regardless of your approach to spirituality, whether you are new to spiritual practice or have been practicing for decades, have switched from one tradition to another, or are practicing in an eclectic manner. Transmodern Spirituality is a present day approach to spirituality that goes beyond tradition’s religious dogma, modernism’s scientific rejection of spirituality, and post-modernism’s divisive pluralism that prevents a meaningful integration and/or respect of diverse religious-spiritual approaches. It integrates scientific knowledge and spiritual wisdom to support all true, useful, and beneficial spiritual approaches. It is a combination of body-mind consciousness principles, general philosophy, and religious and spiritual traditions. It is both a practical means to live one’s spirituality and a method of examining and refining one’s own spiritual practice and development within one’s chosen tradition. For more information on this approach see Overview of the Transmodern Spirituality Paradigm (https://noperfectom.com/overview-of-the-transmodern-spirituality-paradigm/).

Consider this network if you have been to various trainings and retreats, have gained insights to live better and more successfully, and now realize who you can become spiritually. As you continue your spiritual work these gatherings are designed to help you continue your effort in a focused manner, assist in addressing challenges that oppose your wellness and growth, and guide you along your unique spiritual path.

Content

Though not limited to these areas of study, we examine purposes and types of spirituality, spiritual practices that work and why, challenges and common impasses on the spiritual path, commonalities among traditions, post-biological death experience, and spiritual ethics. Throughout this study we consider the continuum of individual ego body-mind and transpersonal awareness, and the differences between mundane body-mind phenomena and valid spiritual experience. We explore such topics and questions as:

Non-duality philosophy and practice.

What is the difference between consciousness and awareness?

Are the following experiences spiritual, and if so, how: astral travel, precognitive dreams, poltergeist, UFO’s, divination, near death experience?

What do people mean when they say “God”?

Pragmatics of change.

How does thinking scientifically contribute to a successful spiritual practice?

What is a useful way to understand subtle energies, realms, and experiences in relation to gross and causal reality?

How are authentic happiness and fulfillment part of spirituality?

Sin, surrender, and sacrifice.

How do various practices and rituals, e.g. church attendance, prayer, sweat ceremonies, yoga, mediumship, energy healing, contribute to one’s spirituality?

How do you integrate extraordinary human experiences or psychic phenomena that have challenged your usual understanding of reality?

Benefits and challenges of spirituality.

What is the soul?

What is the participatory nature of spirituality and its importance to religious diversity?

What is the relationship between self-actualization and self-realization?

What is the fit between one’s spiritual community and one’s spiritual practice?

Paradox and pragmatism in religious literature.

What are spiritual materialism and spiritual bypassing?

Partnership of ego and Spirit.

How do you incorporate holistic healing practices, e.g. Reiki, chakra attunement, EFT, crystals, hypnosis, and reflexology, into spiritual practice?

What is meant by emptiness, witness awareness, and nondual suchness?

What characterizes the true and genuine soulmate experience?

What is the role of nature in spiritual practice?

Spiritual intelligence and ethics.

Format

Meeting formats vary: single seminars on specific topics of interest with brief meditations or contemplations and robust discussion; interrelated presentations best attended as the scheduled series of 4,6, or 8 meetings; or, intimate small group discussions (Real Life Conversations). Alternate month seminars are held in Old Montreal on the second Wednesday of the month, and in Pointe-Claire on the third Thursday of the month. Small group discussions (Real Life Conversations) are held twice weekly in Old Montreal on varying times on either Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday. Presentation series are scheduled in different announced locations and times. Seminars are free while others require a nominal fee based on the format. The objective of each meeting is to further clarify and refine one’s spiritual beliefs and practices so one progresses along one’s chosen path.

Organizer/Facilitator

Robert A. Reimondi, M.A. is a former Vermont licensed psychologist now living in Montreal. He is a psychospiritual philosopher, teacher and guide using Transmodern Spirituality in his work with others. He has over forty years psychotherapy and teaching experience. Relevant areas of expertise, professional study, and teaching include resiliency, death and dying, dreamwork, counseling and personality theory, spiritual life practice, and spiritual development. Over the years he has been on a mystical spiritual path and has learned from the Native American traditions, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and Sufism.

For more information about Robert A. Reimondi, M.A. and Transmodern Spirituality go to No Perfect Om (https://noperfectom.com) or One Perfect Om (https://oneperfectom.com).

Join the Transmodern Spirituality Network if you are interested in this subject and want to be notified of a Meetup.

Upcoming events (2)

Real Life Conversations

Rezomont Business Center

CA$20.00

These meetings are an opportunity to discuss what matters to you, and in doing so learn more about yourself and your spirituality. Come with your questions and leave with answers you can use. This is a place to discuss both body-mind and spiritual awareness, to discuss personal challenges intrinsic to life, and to learn ways to promote and manage one’s spiritual growth. Come to improve upon your personal strengths Come to expand your genuine happiness Come to clarify your values and principles Come to develop your spiritual practice Come to expand your spiritual awareness Real Life Conversations is set up so you can attend meetings according to your need and interest. Come as often or as little as you like, discuss topics of importance to you. Meetings are offered twice a week, varying times on either Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday. Sometimes we will meet one to one, other times in a group no larger than six. You may see how many are attending when you register for a meeting. Cost: $20 per meeting. It is expected one will reserve and pay in advance for a meeting. One should be certain of one’s attendance, as there will be no refunds, only credit given toward a future meeting. For more information call (438)[masked] or email [masked]. You might also want to visit my websites for more information about my experience, teaching approach, and spirituality (noperfectom.com and oneperfectom.com).

Real Life Conversations

Rezomont Business Center

CA$20.00

These meetings are an opportunity to discuss what matters to you, and in doing so learn more about yourself and your spirituality. Come with your questions and leave with answers you can use. This is a place to discuss both body-mind and spiritual awareness, to discuss personal challenges intrinsic to life, and to learn ways to promote and manage one’s spiritual growth. Come to improve upon your personal strengths Come to expand your genuine happiness Come to clarify your values and principles Come to develop your spiritual practice Come to expand your spiritual awareness Real Life Conversations is set up so you can attend meetings according to your need and interest. Come as often or as little as you like, discuss topics of importance to you. Meetings are offered twice a week, varying times on either Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday. Sometimes we will meet one to one, other times in a group no larger than six. You may see how many are attending when you register for a meeting. Cost: $20 per meeting. It is expected one will reserve and pay in advance for a meeting. One should be certain of one’s attendance, as there will be no refunds, only credit given toward a future meeting. For more information call (438)[masked] or email [masked]. You might also want to visit my websites for more information about my experience, teaching approach, and spirituality (noperfectom.com and oneperfectom.com).

Past events (54)

Real Life Conversations

Rezomont Business Center

CA$20.00

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