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The Kingdom Within: A Guide to the Spiritual…

The Kingdom Within: A Guide to the Spiritual Work of the Findhorn…

by Alex Walker

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This collection of writings about the history, work, beliefs and practices of the Findhorn Foundation and its associated community of spiritual seekers offers a vision for the future of hope, inspiration and encouragement. Founded over 30 years ago, the community began as an experiment in working co-operatively with nature, and became well known for its successes in its gardens and for publicising a modern view of the spiritual intelligences at work within nature, from the tiniest elementals working with flowers to the great devas of whole landscapes. This book is for those who believe in a positive future and are seeking ways to understand how that might be brought about. With contributions by David Spangler, William Bloom, Dorothy MacLean, Peter and Eileen Caddy amongst others, this book covers topics which include nature and ecology, the art of living in a community, the relationship of New Age thought to formal religion, and co-operation with the spiritual worlds.

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