Andrew Harvey’s Savage Grace

The Beauty of Sacred Activism, Part II
Susan Eirich holding two sleeping coyote pups

In a fascinating, passionate wide-ranging podcast, Andrew Harvey and Susan explore the nature of the human/animal/nature relationship; what it can give us, and the beautiful nature of the reciprocal universe—a universe that responds to our love. Andrew clarifies the essence of his recent book, Savage Grace, which is what he feels is needed at this time, and the vital importance and joy of coming from a spiritual place as we practice activism. This is the second episode in a four-part series.

Andrew Harvey is an internationally acclaimed poet, novelist, translator, mystical scholar, and spiritual teacher. He has written and edited more than 30 books—including the best-selling titles The Hope and The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. He has won the Christmas Humphries Prize (A Journey in Ladakh), the Nautilus Prize twice (The Hope, Light the Flame), and appeared in two recent films (“Dancing in the Flames” and Ethan Hawke’s “Seymour: An Introduction”). He has taught at Oxford University, Cornell University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, The California Institute of Integral Studies, and the University of Creation Spirituality as well as at various spiritual centers throughout the United States. He is the founder and director of the Institute of Sacred Activism

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