Andrew Harvey: Networks of Grace

In a rare visit to Toronto, scholar, mystic and inspirational speaker ANDREW HARVEY   leads two events on January 6 and 7, 2012.

Andrew Harvey is author of over 30 books including “A Journey in Ladakh”, “The Hope , A Guide to Sacred Activism”, “The Direct Path”, “The Way of Passion, A Celebration of Rumi”, “The Return of the Mother” and “Son of Man”  and co-author of  “The Tibetan book of Living and Dying”.  At 21 he was the youngest person ever awarded a fellowship to Oxford.  He was the subject of the 1993 BBC documentary “The Making of a Modern Mystic” and is the founder director of the Institute of Sacred Activism.

Sacred Activism is a transforming force of compassion-in-action that is born of a fusion of deep spiritual knowledge, courage, love, and passion, with wise radical action in the world. The large-scale practice of Sacred Activism can become an essential force for preserving and healing the planet and its inhabitants:  Andrew Harvey

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  1. I just finished reading The Hope by Andrew Harvey and want to explore the possibilities for joining and facilitating a group in alignment with Harvey’s description of “Networks of Grace.”

    I am drawn to the idea that building extensive networks as described by Harvey can deeply influence the troubled state of our world through building awareness and competence in the ways of Sacred Activism.

    I have been a therapist (MFT), activist, group facilitator, and completed a PhD in Depth Psychology in 2007, with a dissertation, entitled “Being the Change: Becoming Agents of Personal and Cultural Transformation.”

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