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Memoirs of an Ordinary Mystic

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Lorian Press
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August, 2010
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9780936878317
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Dorothy Maclean may call herself an “ordinary mystic” but in fact she has had an extraordinary life with an equally extraordinary impact. This outstanding memoir tells the exciting story of her journey from being part of the British Secret Service during World War II to co-founding the fabled Findhorn Foundation spiritual community in northern Scotland and subsequently becoming a spiritual teacher much in demand around the world for her down-to-earth insights and wisdom. Her work with the inner forces of nature is of seminal importance in our age of global climate change and environmental challenge, offering hope for our future. Told with honesty and modesty, it is the record of one of the most significant and loving spiritual figures of our time.

To relate consciously with the intelligence of nature is to form a more conscious relationship with our own natures. It is opening and holding a connection through which a vital energy can flow into the human world. That energy is a spiritual force which helps us to cultivate the capacity to “think like a planet.”

In addition to 180 pages of Dorothy telling her life’s adventures, the book also offers four wonderful appendices of Dorothy’s “attunements”:

ª  Attuning to the God Within

ª  Messages from the God Within

ª  Messages from the Landscape Angel

ª  Deva Messages

“With amazing courage and a deep commitment to truth, she offers us the gift of her life experiences and work through a new no-holds-barred lens. What we get, as a result, is an extraordinary book of insight, encouragement and practicality.” —Michaelle Wright, author of Behaving as if the God in All Life Mattered

 

 

“Dorothy Maclean is one of the great spiritual pioneers of our time. She pioneered the new spiritual relationship with nature and its invisible beings. Her story, though, is not the usual tranquil life of a mystic, but includes espionage and high adventure. Highly recommended.” —William Bloom, author of Feeling Safe and Psychic Protection

 

 

Among Dorothy Maclean’s other books are To Hear the Angels Sing and Come Closer: Messages from the God Within. For more info: www.lorian.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Publisher’s Description: 

Dorothy Maclean may call herself an "ordinary mystic" but in fact she has had an extraordinary life with an equally extraordinary impact. This outstanding memoir tells the exciting story of her journey from being part of the British secret service during World War II to co-founding the fabled Findhorn Foundation spiritual community in northern Scotland and subsequently becoming a spiritual teacher much in demand around the world for her down-to-earth insights and wisdom. Her work with the inner forces of nature is of seminal importance in our age of global climate change and environmental challenge, offering hope for our future. Told with honesty and modesty, it is the record of one of the most significant and loving spiritual figures of our time.

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