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“If God created a new curriculum for the human race—one that might insure our continued
place on this planet—I think he would make The Hope: A Guide to Sacred Activism required reading.”
~Elizabeth Lesser, Co-Founder of Omega Institute & author of Broken Open
“The Hope is destined to transform the live of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people not only because of its profound message but also because we need this work more than we realize.”
~Caroline Myss, Author of Sacred Contracts & Defy Gravity
“This is an exalted book delivered from the highest reaches of the human soul. It is both a manifesto and spiritual handbook for anyone who wants to transform the world."
~James O' Dea, Former President of Amnesty International & The Institute of Noetic Sciences
“As a fellow Sacred Activist, I support and applaud the dedication of Andrew Harvey to bridge the gap between spirituality and activism...THE HOPE is a must read for anyone seeking to birth a new humanity.”
~Deepak Chopra, Author, Reinventing the Body, Resurrecting the Soul
“Sacred activism is the most potent after effect of our inner spiritual practices. When the heart explodes in conscious oneness with the Beloved, what remains is a burning desire to be a servant to the One that enlivens all sentient beings, every speck of space. Through his descriptions of the great lovers of humankind, Andrew gives us a clarion call to go beyond admiration to activation of that same capacity within our own hearts that we, too, may become a beneficial presence on the planet.”
~Michael Bernard Beckwith author of Spiritual Liberation~Fulfilling Your Soul’s Potential
“Sacred Activism is a timely and desperately needed activist manifesto. It evolves what it truly means to be an activist in today's world and empowers us to model the change we seek. It's helped me bridge my activism and spiritual life like no other tool. Fellow activists: don't let the unexamined assumption that activism and spirituality don't mix stand in the way of you reading this book. The revolutionary message of Sacred Activism will empower you to reach a new level of effectiveness at producing results while simultaneously being more joyful, peaceful and fulfilled.”
~David Tucker, Executive Director, Pachamama Alliance
“This book takes one on a great journey through profound experiences of many, including the author Andrew Harvey. It engages each one of us in the most important inquiry for today's world: who am I in the emerging narrative, in creating new patterns for a world that works for everyone? It is about the compassion of our sacred space and the courage to create alternatives where needed.”~Dr. Monica Sharma Director, Leadership and Capacity Development, United Nations-OHRLLS
“Andrew Harvey is one of the most important teachers of our times for his extraordinary capacity to marry the deep mystical teachings of our essential unity with awakened action. Sacred Activism is the yoga of the now, it inspires and guides our way into the challenge of rebirth and great awakening. I will give and recommend The Hope to all!”
~ Shiva Rea, Yogini, catalyst of the Global Mala Project and Dance for Life: Moving Activism to Plant 1,080,000 Trees with Trees for the Future.
Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, translator, mystical scholar, and spiritual teacher. He is the Founder/Director of the Institute for Sacred Activism in Oak Park, Illinois, where he lives.
Important view of enlightenment and activism as complementary and essential for growth.Published 10 days ago by Ananda
This is the first book I read by Andrew Harvey and it touched me in a way that few books do. It has set me on a path to reach my life's purpose and to reach others.Published 2 months ago by Karen Tennyson
What a wonderful book and I'm loving the Divine Mother aspect that has been a huge shift within myself.Published 2 months ago by Ronald D. Tioran
I had to buy this for an advance seminar in spirituality. What a ego-centric, self-referential collection of narcissistic horse waste.Published 5 months ago by johnzero
Wonderful book, and a good guide for activist groups who want to engage in and for the world, but with a supporting and sustaining spiritual base.Published 5 months ago by Travelling woman