Awakening with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

What does it mean to awaken? And what is the relationship between individual spiritual awakening and global awakening?

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Consciousness and the Mind – Talk by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

This event was part of a series of events which were open to all with a sincere interest in the emerging global consciousness of oneness.
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Consciousness and the Mind
Q & A with Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

Spiritual Responsibility at a Time of Global Crisis by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee


November 2003: Recorded at the National Cathedral School, Washington, DC

Spiritual energy is needed for global transformation. Spiritual traditions and their practices give us access to this energy, but we need to learn how to work with it for the sake of the whole. When different spiritual traditions come together for the sake of the whole, we open a doorway to the energy and power of oneness and help to align it with the need of the time. This talk explores the theme of spiritual responsibility at a time of global crisis — how we can work together for the sake of the One, bringing the presence of the divine into the world.

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Dying Into This (Paperback) By Prajna Ana

We have reached a critical stage in our evolution. What is being asked of us now is to relate to each other from a higher state of consciousness, one born of love and compassion. Dying Into This offers a very practical, accessible message of transformation through love. Written outside of the confines of any religion, order, or philosophy, its clear message simply helps the reader to recognize their innate wisdom. The book supports and cultivates the goodness of each individual by reminding them of their true heart, thereby restoring a deep connection to all of life. Only once we each get in touch with that can any real, positive change happen.

“It is undeniable how connected we all are – to God, to self, and to each other. Once this is seen, we move from love – and that is how we will transform the world – one heart at a time.’
– Prajna Ana

Prajna Ana lives in Asheville, North Carolina. In staying with her own experience and being willing to look honestly at herself, Prajna was able to sink deeper into her inner authority and autonomy – directly experiencing the truth of existence for herself. She was then introduced to deep and profound teachings from a host of influential people. Ultimately, it lit in her an undeniable passion to know what was true above all else.
Although she does not prescribe to any dogma or religious structure, she honors the timeless wisdom within them all. It is from this space of openness where she invites you to un-know and discover the truth for yourself.

Prajna is author of Dying Into This and founder of lampoftheheart.org. Lamp of the Heart produces materials that support the cultivation of inner autonomy, love, and compassion.

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Prajna Ana – Buddha at the Gas Pump Interview

Published on Jan 19, 2013

Prajna Ana lives in Asheville, North Carolina. Although she does not prescribe to any dogma or religious structure, she honors the timeless wisdom within them all. It is from this space of openness where she invites you to un-know and discover the truth for yourself. Prajna is author of Dying Into This and founder of Lamp of the Heart.

About Dying Into This

We have reached a critical stage in our evolution. What is being asked of us now is to relate to each other from a higher state of consciousness, one born of love and compassion. Dying Into This offers a very practical, accessible message of transformation through love. Written outside of the confines of any religion, order, or philosophy, its clear message simply helps the reader to recognize their innate wisdom. The book supports and cultivates the goodness of each individual by reminding them of their true heart, thereby restoring a deep connection to all of life. Only once we each get in touch with that can any real, positive change happen.

“It is undeniable how connected we all are — to God, to self, and to each other. Once this is seen, we move from love — and that is how we will transform the world — one heart at a time.’

— Prajna Ana

Interview recorded 12/29/2012

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