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Contributor Andrew Harvey


Andrew  Harvey
Andrew Harvey
Andrew Harvey is an internationally renowned religious scholar, writer, and teacher, and the author of over 30 books, including the critically acclaimed Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi, as well as Journey to Ladakh, The Return of the Mother, Son of Man, and The Direct Path: Creating a Journey to the Divine Using the World’s Mystical Traditions. He is also coauthor of the best-selling The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. His work has been honored with the Benjamin Franklin Award and the Mind Body Spirit Award (both for Mary’s Vineyard: Daily Readings, Meditations, and Revelations, with photographs by Eryk Hanut), and the Christmas Humphries Award for A Journey in Ladakh.Born in south India in 1952, Harvey studied at Oxford University and became a Fellow of All Soul’s College in 1973. He is Founding Director of the Institute for Sacred Activism, which will be offering its first programs in 2008.



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Acclaimed Pianist Seymour Bernstein's Tip For Overcoming Stage Fright A chance dinner party invitation in New York sparked a deep friendship between an 86 year old concert pianist, turned composer and teacher, and a... Comments
Lighting The Spiritual Flame Within I had the honor once of being at an intimate gathering in Paris with Nelson Mandela. He spoke to us, calmly and humbly, about the 27 years of... Comments
Peace Be Service to all sentient beings starts with your family, friends, and pets. Make a commitment to remember that those whom you deal with intimately are... Comments


Diana Cooper & Tim Whild - The Archangel Guide to Ascension: The 12 Ascension Chakras

Connect each of your 12 Fifth Dimensional Chakras to its equivalent star in this 30-min meditation.


Light the Flame
Light the Flame

In Light the Flame, teacher and poet Andrew Harvey has gathered the 365 prayers that have most influenced his life, offering us a daily reminder of the sacred.

Light the Flame
Light the Flame

The act of prayer has been recognized-by sages and skeptics alike-as a powerful way to enact positive physical, spiritual, and emotional change.