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Kabir's Vision of Divine Love Wed 24 Apr

  • Spirituality

Andrew will evoke his inspiring vision of Kabir as a universal mystical poet and guide to the birth to a new humanity he will read from his acclaimed new book Turn me to Gold; 108 Poems of Kabir.

About Turn Me to Gold: 108 Poems of Kabir: After authoring more than 30 books, Andrew Harvey, Rumi scholar, mystic, and founder of Sacred Activism, is releasing what may be his consummate work, Turn Me to Gold: 108 Poems of Kabir, embellished with extraordinary photographs of India by Brett Hurd. Unlike Rumi, writes Harvey, Kabir is the tough, no-nonsense peasant ... the master of laser-like clarity, simplicity, directness, passion, and strength ... exactly what spiritual seekers need amid our devastating global crisis.

8.00pm in the Main Hall £10 / £8 concessions. Please book in advance to avoid disappointment - Andrew's talks are always booked to capacity.

This talk forms the first session of a two day retreat with Andrew Harvey - Turn me to Gold: Kabir's vision of Divine Love  Wed 24 - Fri 26 April.

Andrew Harvey is an internationally renowned mystical scholar, Rumi translator, spiritual teacher, poet, novelist and architect of Sacred Activism

Every age has its teachers, who keep the eternal truths alive for all of us. In the case of Andrew Harvey, the light he sheds is like a meteor bursting across the inner sky.” Marianne Williamson, author of The Age of Miracles

 “I have reached a point in my life that feels a little like waking up or returning to some more essential part of myself that has been hidden through conditioning, fear and the need to confirm. I’m not in any way a scholar or expert [of mystical poetry] but feel drawn to learn more, and also very much to learn from Andrew. The chance to do that directly and in person seems too good to miss! I was thinking this morning how much this country needs people like him to spread some light in the darkness….” 

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