Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee discusses a growing ecological crisis and how it's affecting the evolution of our soul.
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee is a Sufi teacher in the Naqshbandiyya-Mujaddidiyya Sufi Order. In 1991 he became the successor of Irina Tweedie, author of Daughter of Fire: A Diary of a Spiritual Training with a Sufi Master. He then moved to Northern California and founded The Golden Sufi Center (www.goldensufi.org). Author of several books on Sufism, in recent years the focus of his writing and teaching has been on spiritual responsibility in our present time of transition, and an awakening global consciousness of oneness. More recently he has written about the feminine, the Anima Mundi (world soul), and spiritual ecology.
Sufi mystic Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee laments the modern disconnect between humanity and spirituality, particularly as it relates to the natural world. "Spiritually, we are still remaining in a Newtonian consciousness," he says.