Day with Andrew Harvey
and Friends December 7th 2002, Mt. Shasta, CA
Andrew Harvey was born in South India in 1952 and lived there until he
was nine years old, a period he credits with shaping his vision of the
inner unity of all religions. He left India to attend private school in
England, and entered oxford University in 1970 to study history on a
scholarship. At the age of 21, he became the youngest person ever to be
awarded a fellowship to All Souls College, England's highest academic
honor. In 1977, Harvey became disillusioned with life at Oxford and
returned to India to begin his spiritual search. He has since lived in
London, Paris, New York, and San Francisco, and has continued to study a
variety of religions, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity.
Harvey has written and edited over 30 books. Andrew is quickly
becoming a premier spokesperson for the spiritual significance of
animals throughout the world.
Activism is a State of Being.
When there is the perception of Cosmic Unity and Wholeness . . .
Action springs forth beyond the limitations of idealism, polarization
With Universal Awareness . . .
Action flows from the
Heart of Oneness
as Rays of Light,
and Love . . .
Perceiving the Divinity and
Connectedness of All . . .
while simultaneously maintaining
awareness of disharmony and injustice,
Is the seamless
Creation of Harmony.
A Creation Event
A suggested donation for this event is $100.00. This money will go to
promote the presentation of the charter and related animal projects. For
details and to register call event coordinator Grace Waymire at
530-550-8380 or email: gwaymire@LTOL.com
For a listing of Mt. Shasta B&Bs and motels see
www.mtshastachamber.com or contact Grace for an information package.
Animals are Emissaries of Light and Love, on earth to assist in the
blossoming of compassion. They do this magnificently, with tremendous
courage and against incredible odds. It is time for us to turn the tide
of collective thinking toward a compassionate and loving relationship
with our animal brothers and sisters.
Please join Andrew Harvey, Sharon Callahan, and Purusha Ananda as we
engage in an act of mystical activism and envisage the