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September 20, 2020

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When the Source Ran Free: A Story for Our Times

We need to find our way back to love, and the forgotten garden of the soul reconnects us to love–this is a part of its mystery, its magic.

– Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee –

When the Source Ran Free: A Story for Our Times

“Watching the sun rise over the wetlands, the mist fading, even here in the midst of nature there is the strange stillness of a world in lockdown waiting, wondering, anxiety, and fear its companions. I am writing these words in the time of the great pandemic, when for a few brief months our world slowed down and almost stopped; when as the stillness grew around us there was a moment to hear another song, not one of cars and commerce, but belonging to the seed of a future our hearts need to hear.This song comes from a place where the angels are present, where light is born, where the future is written.” Sufi teacher Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee shares more in this timely offering. { read more }

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