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Overview

In this profound and intelligent book, Fiona Robertson acts as companion and guide through the dark night of the soul, one of life's most challenging experiences. The dark night - or spiritual emergency - is the underbelly of awakening, an aspect of inner transformation that is often minimized, misunderstood or denied. Fiona has captured the essence of the dark night journey with compassion and clarity. Weaving her own story together with those of others who have traversed this terrain, she has created an evocative, inspiritng work to give succour to all those who are touched by the dark night. Fiona's honesty and insight cast new light on the reality of awakening, and she makes a compelling case for mature, evolving spirituality in these troubled times. 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781916468610
Publisher: Gawthorne Press
Publication date: 09/27/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 164
File size: 585 KB

About the Author

Fiona Robertson is a facilitator and teacher of embodied inquiry who has been exploring the mystical realm for many years. She journeys with people - many of whom are going through or have experienced a dark night of the soul - into their interior landscape, accompanying them as they discover light where there was dark, dark where there was light, and often something entirely different on the other side. A creative and perceptive soul friend, she supports people from around the world to reconnect with and deepen into their real selves. She, in her turn, is supported by others in her own deepening. She is committed to co-creating an inclusive, embodied, grounded, evolving spirituality. She loves acting, is an occasional poet, and lives in Nottingham, UK.
Jen Peer-Rich is the founder of Friends in Presence. She is an alchemist, artist, speaker, and author, focusing on conscious living, ecological sanity, and cultural evolution. Her message attracts those who dare to immerse themselves in honest psychological inquiry that challenges the lie of separation from nature. Jen established Friends in Presence as a celebration of individual and collective healing. .

Table of Contents

Foreword

Introduction

Chapter One: The Crash

Chapter Two: Falling

Chapter Three: In the Underworld

Chapter Four: Unravelling

Chapter Five: Transmuting Our Pain

Chapter Six: Being with Ourselves (and Others)

Chapter Seven: Finding the One We Lost

Chapter Eight: Beginning to Trust

Chapter Nine: Emerging

Afterword

Acknowledgements

About the Author

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