Wonderism teaches how to live more in the moment as sensory, sensual beings. This quality of conscious presence leaves history and memory and the habitual mind behind so we experience a more ecstatic sense of the wonder and beauty around us.
G-d is (slightly) different than what we imagined him/her/it to be? What if, in fact, our understanding of G-D keeps us from experiencing him/her fully in your life right now? Wonderism allows for the openness of all possibilities to exist so that G-D's expression comes through us experientially. Could G-D be expressed as consciousness itself?
Perhaps one way to experience G-D is to put aside your memory & history of what has been said about your G-D and feel into your sensory body in the moment.
A Wonderist does not need to have answers to life’s most fundamental questions.
A Wonderist’s faith is the faith of not needing to know but rather, experiencing the divine as oneself.
A Wonderist practices removing emphatic statements about God, Reality & Life
Relative Truth, based on our particular upbringing or experience is one flavor of what might be true but, obviously, it lacks the whole picture
Wonderists are guests on earth and in awe of this gift called “life” without trying to control, define or direct.
Wonderists are inclusive of all other religions, sciences and other points-of-view and learn from all traditions. Wonderists especially love to incorporate the more experiential part of the teachings into their own practice. This helps to remove separateness and let's us experience ourselves as deeply interconnected with all of life.