A Revolution of Hope

  • Published: April 2009
  • Format: Perfect Bound Softcover(B/W)
  • Pages: 382
  • Size: 6x9
  • ISBN: 9781425175733
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About the Book

The turn of the millennium is a time of powerful changes. The global pursuit of profits and alarming environmental degradation go hand in hand with increased global awareness, new spiritual experiences, and tools of experiential spirituality.

The first part of the book gathers evidence from the ground of the growing number of spiritual experiences now open to humanity. From abundant facts it builds up to a phenomenological apprehension of the spiritual reality of the millennium, which is also the fulcrum for cultural renewal from which flows lasting social change.

Revolution of Hope asserts that social change will accrue from more and more individuals and groups undergoing a spiritual reassessment of values. This can be grounded in an understanding of the present time that encompasses spiritual reality. It can be sustained with tools for spiritual awareness fashioned in the 20th century. Discover the surprising links between this experiential spirituality, the new spiritual experiences available to humanity and the "spiritual foundation" of our times.

Revolution of Hope invites the reader to embrace a larger vista on the landscape of cultural renewal in our time, and derive strength from it. Culturally based initiatives are already impacting social change away from the limelight, and we can add strength to them through our awareness and informed participation. Discover how a fuller perception of reality, tools for personal transformation, and culturally based engagement are the stuff of miracles in the creation of a counterweight to present day globalization.

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