This little book is about the real nature of survival at this pivotal moment on our shared journey together with the Earth. Can we really “survive” as human beings without reconnecting with the soul of nature, the living presence that has sustained us for millennia? What would our world be without wildness and wonder, without beauty and magic of the natural world, without a dawn chorus or a meadow of wildflowers?
How can we return our awareness to the light of our soul and the world soul, and so help to bring our world back into balance? Returning to this light, this primal song of creation, is a first step in our journey of survival. Without it there is no journey, no place of belonging.
Note from the Author: While the wildfires were raging down the road in August I wrote this little book. It is about the values we need to survive this time of radical uncertainty as we help to seed a future in which the soul of humanity returns to its rightful place in harmony with the earth, the sun, the stars, the wind and the rain. I hope that you find this series of meditations an inspiration and illumination, helping to reconnect our consciousness to the living Earth as well as the deeper dimensions of our being. Please share it with all those who you think will benefit from its message of love and remembrance.
—Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, December 2020
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee describes his new publication, A Handbook for Survivalists: Caring for the Earth, A Series of Meditations.
Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee describes the Link of Love between the Spiritual World of Light and the Physical World of Creation, from the final chapter of A Handbook for Survivalists.