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Welcome to the Building 4th Podcast where we explore the Perennial Philosophy from various lenses including the psychological, theological, spiritual, conventional, and esoteric. Our points of emphasis include the Hebrew and Christian scriptures (including the non-canonical Christian texts), the Law of One material, the Enneagram, integral theory, and developmental psychology.

The Building 4th Podcast Doug Scott

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Welcome to the Building 4th Podcast where we explore the Perennial Philosophy from various lenses including the psychological, theological, spiritual, conventional, and esoteric. Our points of emphasis include the Hebrew and Christian scriptures (including the non-canonical Christian texts), the Law of One material, the Enneagram, integral theory, and developmental psychology.

    [Part 1] Made in the Image, Growing in the Likeness

    [Part 1] Made in the Image, Growing in the Likeness

    Being is Becoming: Why the Trinity is the Template of All Reality

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Law of Three and the Two Paths of Dynamic Polarity in the Ra Material

    Law of Three and the Two Paths of Dynamic Polarity in the Ra Material

    Doug Scott, LCSW brings his experience of a mental health counselor in exploring what the Law of Three has to offer when try to understand how the Ra Material describes how following the positive ethical pole and the negative ethical pole are equally difficult in Earth's Third Density.  

    • 56 min
    Law of Three, Jesus Christ Event, and the Logos' Path of Development (w/ Dr. Matt Segall, PhD)

    Law of Three, Jesus Christ Event, and the Logos' Path of Development (w/ Dr. Matt Segall, PhD)

    Doug Scott, LCSW, MA offers into a detailed presentation about his synthesis of various philosophical and mystical traditions, discussing the concept of cosmogenesis and the evolution of consciousness. He outlined how different forces interact to create new dimensions of being, referencing the Law of Three, Whitehead’s process thought, and other sources. Dr. Matt Segall, PhD, noted the resonance between Doug's ideas and those in other philosophical traditions, such as Steiner’s anthroposophy and Vedic traditions. He appreciated the depth and universality of the Trinitarian creative process Doug described. They discussed how these esoteric principles manifest at various scales, from the quantum level to the macrocosm of the Earth, and how tensions and conflicts drive evolutionary progress. As Doug elaborated on the Christ event and its cosmic significance, Matt reflected on the current global situation. He emphasized the heightened tension and fragmentation in human identity and how this mirrors the larger cosmic process. Matt expressed concern over the geopolitical conflicts and the way what were once "cultural runways" for spirit to incarnate have by now become "runaway cultures" that distract us from the task of individual transformation.

    • 59 min
    The SH!PS Approach, part 3: Deepening techniques

    The SH!PS Approach, part 3: Deepening techniques

    Join us in this last part of three episodes as we delve deeper into the SH!PS Approach. Our host begins with a grounding meditation, inviting us to connect with the Earth's energy and our chakras, setting the stage for a deeper exploration of the SHIPS model: Solidarity, Hope, Inspiring Service, and Trusting the Process.
    We revisit the concept of Solidarity, likening it to the ship itself – the essential vessel that enables connection and mutual support. The discussion moves into Hope, emphasizing its dual nature as both a feeling and a reality, and how it ties into the cosmic law of three, where every crisis holds the seeds of reconciliation and transformation.
    The episode features an engaging exercise where participants identify their core values by imagining what they hope to be remembered for at their funeral. This exercise helps bring subconscious values to the forefront, allowing for more intentional living. Listeners are invited to explore their values by reflecting on people they admire and the characteristics they embody.
    Trusting the Process is another key topic, where various models like "Order, Disorder, and Reorder" and "Forming, Storming, Norming, and Performing" are discussed. The host emphasizes the importance of holy indifference – engaging in actions without attachment to outcomes, allowing for a more genuine and effective service to others.
    The episode concludes with a focus on Inspiring Service, encouraging listeners to commit to specific acts of service and follow through. This practice not only enriches the lives of others but also deepens one's own spiritual journey by embodying core values in everyday actions.
    Tune in for a transformative conversation that offers practical tools and profound insights to help you navigate your spiritual growth and personal development journey.

    • 51 min
    Unlocking the SH!PS Approach: Part 2

    Unlocking the SH!PS Approach: Part 2

    Techniques for entering into SOLIDARITY, cultivating HOPE, trusting the PROCESS, and inspiring SERVICE

    • 52 min
    (Part 2) Unveiling the Chakras: Balancing Your Energy Centers

    (Part 2) Unveiling the Chakras: Balancing Your Energy Centers

    In this captivating episode, we continue our deep dive into the intricate world of energy centers, also known as chakras, following an enlightening discussion from last week. Our host leads us through an in-depth exploration of each chakra, from the foundational red ray (root chakra) to the transcendent violet ray (crown chakra), detailing their functions, common blockages, and how they influence our daily lives.Special attention is given to practical methods for balancing these energy centers, drawing on insights from Ra's teachings. We discuss the importance of meditation and the conscious balancing of emotions, using patience and impatience as a key example. Listeners are guided through a step-by-step process to identify and harmonize their own energy centers.We also delve into the concept of the "tone poem," a unique vibrational signature of each individual's energy configuration. Historical examples, including General Patton and famous composer Albert, illustrate how different energies manifest in various personalities. The episode wraps up with a group discussion, where participants share personal experiences and insights about their strongest and weakest chakras, providing a rich tapestry of perspectives on the journey of self-discovery and spiritual growth.Join us for an enlightening session that promises to deepen your understanding of the chakras and offer practical tools to enhance your spiritual practice.

    • 48 min

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