One Tribe and Andrew Harvey Special Event

One Tribe is being joined by Andrew Harvey who will give a talk at the end of sound healing on Friday the 2nd of May at the Beacon Yoga Centre. Below is little about Andrew. We met Andrew in 2013 and were impressed by his passion, wisdom and humour. 

Andrew Harvey (born 1952) is an author, religious scholar and teacher of mystic traditions, known primarily for his popular nonfiction books on spiritual or mystical themes, beginning with his 1983 A Journey in Ladakh. He is the author of over 30 books, including, The Hope, A Guide to Sacred Activism, The Direct Path, the critically acclaimed Way of Passion: A Celebration of Rumi, The Return of the Mother and Son of Man.[1][2] He was the subject of the 1993 BBC documentary "The Making of a Modern Mystic" and is the founder of the Sacred Activism movement.

Harvey lives in a rural area of the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas, where he continues to write when he is not lecturing. Harvey conducts workshops on Sacred Activism, the teachings of Rumi, yoga and practices that will lead to deeper spiritual awareness. Harvey travels with students to sacred sites in India, Australia and South Africa, and offers personal spiritual direction. Harvey was listed as number 33 in the Watkins' Mind Body Spirit magazine as one of the 100 Most Spiritually Influential Living People in 2012.[3] In 2012, he was nominated for the Templeton Prize, which was eventually awarded to the Dalai Lama.

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WHENFriday May 02 2014 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
WHEREBeacon Yoga Centre 151 South Street Beaconsfield (map)
COSTSound Healing and talk $30.00
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