Seeing God Everywhere: Essays on Nature and the Sacred
How do people sense God's presence in created things? Seeing God Everywhere is an anthology of essays on nature and the sacred which address that question. Written by an impressive list of spiritual leaders and thinkers, these essays explore the questions from many different perspectives. As a special bonus, at the end of each essay is a short poem on nature and the sacred, taken from various traditions.
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A Tibetan Buddhist Perspective on Spirit in Nature
Christianity and the Survival of Creation
The Spiritual and Religious Dimensions of
Our Mother Earth
Of Metaphysics and Polynesian Navigation
Absolute animal archetype Ash'arites aspect beauty become Blake Buddhist Christ Christian consciousness cosmic cosmos created creation creatures culture divine earth environmental crisis essence eternal everything existence experience expression fact flowers Frithjof Schuon garden God's harmony heaven holy human Ibn Arabi icon idea immanence infinite Islamic Joseph Epes Brown Kabbalah Kathleen Raine knowledge living London malkhuth manifestation material materialist matter means metaphysical mind modern mountains mystery Native American natural world ontological ourselves Perennial Philosophy philosophy physical point of view present principle pure qualities Qur'an reality relation relationship religion religious Rene Guenon ritual sacramental sacred scientific secular Sefiroth self-manifestation sense Seyyed Hossein Nasr shekhinah soul space speak spiritual substance Sufism symbolism Taoism Temenos Academy theology theosophical things Thou tion Titus Burckhardt traditional transcendent trees truth ultimate understanding unity universe view of nature vision whole wisdom words world-view