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This is an example of integral thinking at its best. Santoshan has achieved a masterful synthesis. As well as reminding us to open our minds and hearts to the infinite and amazing creativity of the cosmos and to our own precious planet Earth, this book also shows how that same universal creative force flows through us in every moment. As Santoshan points out, the development of a ‘global conscious spirituality’ will enable us at last to be part of a harmonious and sustainable Earth community. I see his book as a valuable and important contribution to this outcome.

Marian Van Eyk McCain, East-West psychologist, author of the GreenSpirit:

Path to a New Consciousness.

 

 

This is a timely book which points a way forward. It also puts God’s beautiful creation back at the heart of our relation with the divine and this for so many people is their most immediate connection with spirit.

June Raymond, compiler of Meditations with Thomas Berry and a Sister of Notre Dame.

 

 

A thought provoking, compelling read, which I could not put down. Spirituality Unveiled' stirred my inner being, encouraged me to reevaluate where I was, be more mindful about the environment and rekindled my spiritual journey.

Patricia Coram, vegan, semi-retired disability carer and and ‘rekindled’ spiritual seeker.

 

 

Often, books that widely embrace spirituality do so with an oppressive complexity or suspiciously systemic program. ‘Spirituality Unveiled’ does neither; it is inviting, accessible and hospitable, much like any authentic and compassionate spirituality.

Matthew Henry, D.Min President, Creation Spirituality Communities.

 

 

In a time of globalisation and environmental threats, we need a coherent spirituality that responds to issues of today. Spirituality Unveiled’ is for the here and now, inspiring us to take care of the Earth and seek justice for all people and life. It draws from many traditions and is universal in its approach – making it particularly relevant for a world containing increasing numbers of mixed communities. In grappling thoughtfully with issues and providing a spiritual response, it motivates us to live compassionately and face the challenges of contemporary life with hope.

Ian Mowll, the coordinator of GreenSpirit and Interfaith Foundation student.

 

 

‘Spirituality Unveiled’ reveals the non-separateness, wholeness, oneness and harmony of life and nature, as well as the unity of the incarnate and discarnate world of the spirit. It unveils a deep compassion that is needed at this point in time to embrace all levels of life.

Glyn Edwards, coauthor of The Spirit World in Plain English and Spirit Gems.

 

 

Step by step, Santoshan leads us into the depths of an ‘authentic spirituality’ for our times, in which the best of the old religious traditions are honoured, and the power of a modern (or perhaps post-modern) creation spirituality is revealed. The emphasis is upon a natural, integral and wholesome spirituality at both individual and societal levels, with ‘compassion’ at its very heart.  

 

Whilst also emphasizing the essential link between the human and not-so-human worlds, he points to the special responsibilities lying on our shoulders for action in true support for life on this Earth – our only home.

 

I strongly recommend this practical, thoughtful, well-written book to all in our generation looking for guidance and inspiration to ‘do the right thing’.

Don Hills, retired educational psychologist and member of

the GreenSpirit Council and Coastwise, North Devon.