New Book by Work That Reconnects Network
Facilitator, Deborah Eden Tull
Luminous Darkness: An Engaged Buddhist Approach to Embracing the Unknown offers wisdom for personal and collective awakening as we navigate global uncertainty. Darkness is deeply misunderstood in today’s world; yet it offers powerful medicine, serenity, strength, healing, and regeneration. All insight, vision, creativity, and revelation arise from darkness. It is through learning to stay present and meet the dark with curiosity rather than judgment that we connect to an unwavering light within and access our innate capacity for compassion, collective healing, and visionary activism.
Dharma teacher, shamanic practitioner, deep ecologist, and Work That Reconnects facilitator Deborah Eden Tull examines the spiritual, ecological, psychological, and interpersonal ramifications of our bias towards light, ranging from spiritual bypassing to the tendency to turn away from collective shadows. She acknowledges the restorative medicine of darkness — physical and symbolic — inviting us to release hierarchical perception and learn to see clearly with the heart.