Why Charlie Sheen Gets It and the Church Needs To Listen

In this interview with the current hot topic and controversial figure Charlie Sheen, he says a lot.

What if by Bi-Winning Charlie Sheen is referring to a mind that is non-dualistic? Instead of having to choose either/or thinking, we are able to participate in Both/And thinking. Either/Or thinking is the quickest way to make enemies, because, it polarizes everyone. Jesus demonstrates non-dual thinking in the Sermon on The Mount when he says “He causes his sun to rise on the evil and the good, and sends rain on the righteous and the unrighteous.” God exists for all people, not in the either/or realm that we create to cut people out.

What if by “dying is for fools”, Sheen’s mind is so spiritually transformed that the only way he knows how to live is out of a resurrected mindset? All things are being renewed. Death is no longer a possibility. We are no longer in the tomb.

What if Charlie is right that can’t is the cancer of happen? So often we give up because we see an impossibility. But, with God all things are possible right?

What gives Charlie Sheen Tiger Blood? If Tiger Blood is a renewal of the self, a renewal of the mind, then isn’t this similar to the greek word Metanoia?

What if I just spent half an hour of my life, thinking of this and watching the interview? How sad is that?

 

 

And, if you’re reading this….. Winning.

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6 thoughts on “Why Charlie Sheen Gets It and the Church Needs To Listen

  1. does he hear himself as he speaks? it appears not.

  2. Janus says:

    That might be true if his thinking was from a clear mind rather than one that is distorted by drugs and delusional thinking. His in one of grandiose delusions of self and not humble seeking.

  3. Ricky Ferdon says:

    “…Sheen’s mind is so spiritually transformed that the only way he knows how to live is out of a resurrected mindset?” Back in my college days I took an alternative religion class – as it was, there was a spiritual retreat in Myrtle Beach, near the college, for Meher Baba. In looking at his writings, I have always remembered him mentioning the “God Mad”, that is, those individuals who had become so “full” of God that they appeared mad to all others.

  4. Francine says:

    that’s a pretty loose…but interesting thinking outside the box 🙂

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