Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee is a Sufi teacher in the Naqshbandiyya-Mujaddidiyya Sufi Order. Born in London in 1953, he has followed the Naqshbandi Sufi path since he was nineteen. In 1991 he became the successor of Irina Tweedie, who brought this particular Indian branch of Sufism to the West. He now lives in California.
"A poetic and energetic vision of a new way to experience life--the
power of the future made present today. It is a joy and relief to
read a book about spirituality written from the viewpoint of unity,
presence, and love. This is an important book, one that looks
toward the integration of the wisdoms of the earth and sky
cultivated over the past 15,000 years. Vaughan-Lee suggests that in
order to liberate the love, life, and laughter that are already
ours, we need to break down any artificial, conceptual, religious,
or materialist barriers that prevent us from experiencing them."
--Neil Douglas-Klotz, Ph.D., author, The Genesis Meditations: A
Shared Practice of Peace for Christians, Jews, and Muslims
"If you want to learn how to be in service to the planet, Spiritual Power is an invaluable book. Vaughan-Lee shows us how we can direct our energy and light to create change. He shares his deep and profound insights about the true definition of power in a way that creates questions and answers as we move to the next evolution of consciousness. A brilliant and much needed book!" --Sandra Ingerman, author, Soul Retrieval and Medicine for the Earth
"... a visionary book and a daring one! Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee is a rare and hidden mystic of our time, a true seer who helps us to see that which our ordinary perception cannot perceive.... (a) courageous vision of the gravity of the modern predicament as well as the profound possibility for healing on a large scale.... conveys the importance of each individuals contribution to this healing, and passionately urges us to take responsibility for our own hidden knowledge and our necessary role in healing the planet ... a revolutionary book for the bravest of hearts and the most open of minds." --Mariana Caplan, Ph.D., author, Halfway Up the Mountain: the Error of Premature Claimsto Enlightenment