[Episode 01] Tantric Jesus – Conversation with Rev. James Hughes Reho

[Episode 01] Tantric Jesus – Conversation with Rev. James Hughes Reho

Throughout history, there have  been many interpretations of the life and teachings of Jesus of Nazareth. Many of the early Christians viewed the ideal christian life  in a very different way than how it is more commonly viewed today. By reading the writings of early christian mystics, monks, priests and non canonical christian texts, we find a view of christian spirituality that parallels many of the life affirming views found in Tantra.

Join us with ordained Episcopal priest, Reverend James Hughes Reho, as we explore the similarities between early mystical Christianity and Hindu and Buddhist Tantra.

Rev. James Hughes Reho is an ordained Episcopal priest with a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Princeton University. He has served on the staff of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami, as the Chaplain and Director of Spiritual Formation at the General Theological Seminary in New York City, and currently pastors a Lutheran-Episcopal church in Fort Myers, Florida. A spiritual director and certified yoga instructor, he leads retreats and workshops on yoga, meditation, and tantric practice in both religious and secular settings.

His recent book, Tantric Jesus: The Erotic Heart of Early Christianity, through Inner Traditions is available anywhere books are sold.

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Tantric Jesus – Conversation with Rev. James Hughes Reho [Episode 01]

Special Guest: Rev. James Hughes Reho


Producer and Host: Ashton Szabo

Sound Engineer: Zach Cooper

Intro and Outro Music: Emily Ann Peterson

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Ashton’s mission in life is to empower others to live more meaningful lives through a deeper understanding of themselves. He began studying yoga as a young boy at the age of twelve, while already immersed in martial arts since he was five years old. In 2006, at the age of twenty-six, he left for the Far East and spent the next six and a half years traveling the world, learning from yogis, holy men, shaman and anyone else with insight into the nature of reality, convinced he was on the path to become a monk. Everything changed when he met his eventual wife, Kristi, and they had a beautiful daughter together: Sequoia. Being a parent also changed Ashton’s perspective on living in the world. He moved back to the United States with the intention of making the world a better place for this and future generations. He now lives with his family in Grass Valley, California where he, in addition to teaching locally, creates online courses and podcasts to share what he has learned with the world.

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