Crusader eBooks (March, 2013) – 204 pages
Among other revolutions, the 20th century brought forth the great revolution of the New Age movement: a new Western spirituality that developed a more autonomous, independent and direct contact with the higher reality.
But nowadays, it seems, this revolution has sunk into comfortable middle class oblivion; seen as just another way to escape from mundane reality.
Why didn’t it evolve further into its even bolder, more enlightening and liberating stages?
Where did we get stuck and what can we do in order to re-awaken and strengthen this Great Spirit?
This manifesto draws the outlines of both the crisis and the challenge of the New Age movement, offering a way out and up – towards an authentic and mature spirituality for a Western world of the 21st century.