Gaven - Lilli Bendris
Bevissthetsmedisin - Gill Edwards
Bruk ditt karma - Carmen Harra
Den tolvte innsikt - James Redfield
Frekvens - Penny Peirce
Kundalini - Cyndi Dale
Mønstre av lys - Synthia Andrews
The Hope - Andrew Harvey
A Guide to Sacred Activism
Sacred Activism is compassion in action - the blending of physical work with spiritual intent to create a holy force and fusion of humankind's greatest achievements and principles.
With over thirty years' experience living a lifestyle that promotes change through compassion, including under the guidance of the renowned Tibetan adept Thuksey Rinpoche, Andrew Harvey explains how to combine the foundations of wisdom with the power of love in action to create a better world of meaning, empathy, strength and joy.
The Hope will give the most practical possible help to all those who realise the urgent truth of our world - that these troubled times offer a gateway for dramatic and positive change - and who want to act as effectively as possible from wisdom and compassion.
Andrew Harvey is an internationally renowned religious scholar, writer, and teacher, and the author of over 30 books, including the critically acclaimed Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi, as well as Journey to Ladakh, The Return of the Mother, Son of Man, and The Direct Path: Creating a Journey to the Divine Using the World’s Mystical Traditions. He is also coauthor of the best-selling The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. His work has been honored with the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Mind Body Spirit Award (both for Mary’s Vineyard: Daily Readings, Meditations, and Revelations,with photographs by Eryk Hanut), and the Christmas Humphries Award for A Journey in Ladakh. Born in south India in 1952, Harvey studied at Oxford University and became a Fellow of All Soul’s College in 1973. He is Founding Director of the Institute for Sacred Activism, which will be offering its first programs in 2008.