Sufism and Holistic Education by Daniel Thomas Dyer

Friday 25th, August 2017 / 12:57

Daniel Thomas Dyer, author and illustrator of The 99 Names of God, discusses Sufism as a framework for providing a more holistic education for our children today. Using his recently published illustrated family guide to the Islamic 99 Names of God, Daniel explores how critical thinking, creative imagination, meditation, and spiritual practice can be combined to deliver a more balanced, heart-based experience of ourselves and our world. The pluralistic approach of the book, which draws on wisdom from many faiths, has garnered praise from a diverse array of faith leaders.


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