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Future Sacred: The Connected Creativity of Nature

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Reveals how our survival depends on embracing complexity consciousness and relating to nature and all life as sacred

• Rejects the “survival of the fittest” narrative in favor of sacred symbiosis, creative cooperation, interdependence and complex thinking

• Provides examples from complexity studies, cultural history, philosophy, indigenous spirituality, biomimicry, and
Paperback, 272 pages
Published February 12th 2019 by Park Street Press
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Michelle Prout Bell
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Julie Morley's, FUTURE SACRED, is fascinating and sagely. It is a pleasure to read her beautifully written analysis of history, philosophy, sacred traditions, and science, converging in a world of interrelated harmony. With a gentle voice of compassion, and profound depth of understanding, Ms. Morley illustrates a multitude of exquisitely intricate patterns, which are found within various forms of life. She elegantly discusses the significance of the vast beauty and creativity of nature. ...more
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This book is a MUST READ for our generation today. Future Sacred is a beautiful reminder of how we are all connected and how all things exist in in nature has sentience. It is time to change the way we perceive the world, and the way we perceive each other as well as nature and animals. Instead of working against each other with the idea that life is competition, based on Darwin’s survival of the fittest. We need to seek out ways of coexisting together. Of understanding that we are all ...more
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Julie Morley is an environmental educator, author and speaker on complexity, consciousness, ecology and interspecies creativity. She studied Classics at University of Southern California and Columbia University. She received her MA in Transformative Leadership from California Institute of Integral Studies, where she is currently a doctoral student. Her research focus is Interspecies ...more
“Embodied devotion and dedication is about how we give ourselves to the world; it’s about our relationships with other embodied beings.” 1 likes
“All life is a complex of systems. Some creatures perform as networks (like mycelia), some as superorganisms (like ants and bees), some as individuals that cooperate (like humans, ravens, and wolves). But all living beings, as far as we know, have some kind of subjectivity that connects them to other subjectivities.” 1 likes
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