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Reconnecting to the Wisdom Within Nature and the Soul
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Seasons of the Sacred offers a timeless exploration and reminder of the sacred connection between humanity and the Earth and its cycles, appealing to readers of all ages. With inspiring guidance, this little book offers accessible spiritual perspectives, inspiration, and nourishment to support individual, cultural, and planetary renewal. In particular it helps the reader to reconnect to our source and sense of belonging in relationship to the natural world. Author Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee adeptly connects the reader to the deepest envisioning of contemporary challenges. Climate catastrophe, refugees, cultural degradation, and political divisiveness are all contextualized within natural cycles of birth, loss, and transition, and the reader is guided to listen through the fear and anxiety of our age to the deeper ground of belonging that calls from even the most destitute inner and outer landscapes.

“Seasons of the Sacred is a beckoning down into the simple rhythms of nature. With his guiding eloquence, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee moves us into conversation with the sacred, calling our awareness to the concealed gifts of each season. Drawing on the ancient poetry of Rumi, Hafiz, Julian of Norwich, Wordsworth, and others, we can't help but fall into step with the numinous found in ordinary life.”
 —Toko-pa Turner, author of Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home

"Vaughan-Lee encourages reconnecting with the Earth in this heartfelt compilation of essays, poems, and illustrations [….] Suitable for readers of all spiritual persuasions, Vaughan-Lee's soothing observations will inspire a more mindful contemplation of Earth's rhythms.” 
—Publishers Weekly

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  • Published : 25/06/2021
  • ISBN : 9781941394465
  • Format : Paperback
  • Imprint : Golden Sufi Centre
  • Size (mm): 140 x 216
  • Category: Spirituality and Inspirational
  • Pages : 96
  • Edition :