Stories for a Living Future with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee
Over the last two years Sufi teacher Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee has written a number of stories about returning our consciousness to the living Earth, a numinous world alive in both matter and spirit. As we travel through the darkening days of the present time there is a primal need to find a pathway back to this landscape, experienced through our senses and our dreams. These stories are both simple and radical, simple because they describe what is already around us, the wind in the trees, water flowing over stones. Radical because they point to a fundamentally different quality of consciousness, which belongs to both our distant past and our possible future. Presented here as a series, these stories are an opportunity to become immersed in this landscape, physical and imaginal, and through this shift in awareness to be able to walk towards a living future. Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee is a Sufi teacher who has specialized in dreamwork and Jungian psychology. He is author of numerous books on Sufism and spiritual responsibility in our present time of transition, including "For Love of the Real" and "Seasons of the Sacred," and editor of the anthology "Spiritual Ecology: The Cry of the Earth." His most recent book is "Seeding the Future: A Deep Ecology of Consciousness."