Radical Regeneration (Andrew Harvey & Laurence Freeman)
This event is online only
In this webinar, Andrew Harvey will present the central vision of the new book that he has written with Carolyn Baker, Radical Regeneration. Drawing on his own mystical experiences and on the work of great evolutionary mystics such as Bede Griffiths and Sri Aurobindo, he will show that we are now in a destined global dark night whose deepest meaning and purpose is to birth a new embodied divine humanity. He will go into great detail about the dark night process to help participants understand how to align with its devastating clarities and laws so as to allow divine grace to birth them into the next level of their evolution. His main purpose is to show how a new order can be born out of chaos and a fine and rugged hope be engendered out of confusion and despair. Andrew will also offer transformative practices and radical inspiration from the great masters of transfiguration, Rumi and Kabir.
Schedule (French time)
To reap the full benefits the retreat offers, we recommend that you meditate 2-3 times per day.
How to Create Your Own Retreat
This online retreat is designed to be flexible around your daily life and time zone. Please visit here where we provide support on creating a rhythm and structure to your retreat: how much silence you would like, meditation times, reading of sacred texts, practicing yoga and more, plus other suggestions to help you embody the retreat and stay off-line as much as possible.
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Andrew Harvey is an internationally renowned religious scholar, writer, teacher, and the author of more than 40 books, including the critically acclaimed The Hope; Son of Man, and Savage Grace with Carolyn Baker. Born in south India in 1952, Harvey has devoted much of his life to studying the world’s mystical traditions, including intensive study of Hinduism, Buddhism and Sufi mysticism.
Laurence Freeman is a Benedictine monk of the Monastery of S. Maria del Pilastrello, Lendinara, Italy, in the Benedictine Congregation of Monte Oliveto. He is Director of Bonnevaux and of The World Community for Christian Meditation.