The Emerging Spirituality Revolution
06 Sep 2006
Just what is the emerging spirituality revolution? That is the question to be addressed at a Wrekin Trust conference in London on 5th-6th November.
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Just what is the emerging spirituality revolution? That is the question to be addressed at a Wrekin Trust conference in London on 5th-6th November, which marks the centenary celebration of the pioneers Sir George Trevelyan and Bede Griffiths and the public launch of the University for Spirit Forum. “The gathering is pinpointing something fresh in its clarion call to embody the spiritual imperative of our time,” says one of the conference’s core organising team, Joyceline Dawes. According to David Tacey, author of The Emerging Spirituality Revolution, “The revolution manifests itself in a grassroots movement rooted in the hearts and minds of people who embrace spirituality as a vital, real and dynamic energy in their lives. This is no longer simply personal: the interlinked planetary crises of war, injustice and ecological impoverishment, make it a spiritual imperative to speak to global as well as personal concerns.Janice Dolley, a co-founder of the University for Spirit Forum, and one of the conference organisers says: “I think we are being propelled over a threshold of irreversible change which involves a shift in consciousness.”Contact: Joyceline Dawes14 Bartrams Lane, Hadley Wood,Hertfordshire, EN4 0EHTel: 0208 4491 362Information and bookingTel: 01452 840033 Website: www.grassrootsspirituality.orgEmail: email@example.com
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