"It's not a spectator sport!"

Andrew Cohen Spiritual Teacher (1955-)

“Evolutionary Enlightenment is about the ecstasy that compels us to create the future. And it’s not a future that’s going to unfold by itself while we go back to sleep. It’s a future that we forge the hard way through direct, conscious, intentional engagement with the life-process itself”

Andrew Cohen, 2007, from andrewcohen.org

Andrew Cohen is a contemporary mystic who is determined to forge ahead into new levels of consciousness. Andrew found his original inspiration as an Advaita student.

He integrates ideas from the Creation Spirituality movement, Spiral Dynamics and much more. Andrew Cohen’s passion is fueled by the demands of the modern world, and enabled by the dedication of his closest students. Together they have embarked on an extensive, world-wide study of consciousness itself, and on a deep inter-subjective enquiry into the experience of spiritual awakening. 

Too often the experience of mystical union remains only a revelation of the extraordinary evolutionary potential inherent in the human condition. When the shadow normally cast by the ego temporarily dissolves, the light of the living Truth unobscured reveals not only the glorious and inherent perfection of life, but even more importantly the way that that perfection can become manifest in a seemingly imperfect world. When the way is revealed, all things become possible. But that possibility is rarely actualized, and when it is, it usually remains limited to one individual alone. Unless the spiritual vision is able to manifest itself beyond the individual, the profound evolutionary potential inherent in that vision cannot truly unfold.

Andrew Cohen From: Quote of the Week

Andrew's work with his students is blossoming into a new form of dialoge rich with meaning and purpose. As with the Dances of Universal Peace, coming together with groups engaged in Enlightened Communication is an intimate and profound way to enrich and create communities.

This is a new model of self-perpetuating change

A Dance of Dialogue