the emerging noosphere, sacred activism, Native American and other indigenous spiritual traditions, the healing of the sacred hoop, the religious quest, the return of the divine feminine, youth networks, 2012 and the Great Shift, global spirituality, new initiatives of change, and "networks of grace."
My favorite spiritual places:
India, the "mother" of all spiritual traditions
Interreligious causes I care about:
The Tibetan Freedom Movement, United Religions Initiative, and global interfaith action.
Changes I am working toward in my community:
Global peace, justice and healing for the earth and all humanity.
I create short films about the peace, spirituality and healing movements for various internet TV sites.
In 1996, I traveled to India where I had a spiritual awakening while studying Tibetan Buddhism. I went on Buddhist pilgrimage and spent some time at Kopan Monastery in Nepal before traveling to Tibet. Later, In 2001, I met Dr. Ewert Cousins, Former Advisor to the United Nations on issues related to global spirituality and the Vatican Interreligious Dialogue Council for more than 40 years. Ewert was Editor-In-Chief of the 25 volume series Encyclopedia of the World's Religious Quest and the Classics of Western Spirituality. In 2004, I went with Ewert and his wife Janet to the Barcelona Parliament where he presented on the World Spirituality Panel and also World Commission On Global Consciousness and Spirituality panel. The next year, I assisted Ewert and Janet with a series of essays for publication covering a range of topics including St. Francis, St. Bonaventure, St. Ignatius, the Coincidence of Opposites and Christian Mysticism, Hinduism, Traditional Oglala Lakota spirituality, and more. Ewert had visited India many times during his life, and was a big supporter of my interest in the country and Tibetan Buddhism. In 2008, I documented on film the Tibetan Freedom Movement in New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area for various internet TV sites. Then, in fall 2008, I traveled to the United Religions Initiative Young Leaders Program and Global Assembly 2008 in Sri Mayapur where I documented on film the conference and activities there. In the past two years, I have taken a special interest in the Oglala Lakota spiritual tradition, and especially White Buffalo Woman. She was a female spiritual being who visited the Lakota people and promised to return and unite the four directions, or "sacred hoop" in order to bring about peace on earth. Indigenous ways of knowing and prayer and also the Divine Feminine seem to be increasingly important—the film Avatar is a perfect example of how.
IF WE BELİEVE İN GOD WE ARE BROTHERS
My name is called as Engin AKSU. I am the writer myself and living in the city Kütahya in Türkiye. Also I work as a Turkish teacher in my own country. "Divine Brotherhood" was published by Red Lead Press in 2007 and it is open to sales in Amazon.com now.
The events in the book take place in London İn England. The Preface of the book has been written by Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU.
Galip Hasan KUŞÇUOĞLU focusses on Love, Peace and Brotherhood for a new start in the life and a new way to live in his books and sayings in the web-site www.galibi.com .
Can you share your thoughts with us by looking into www.galibi.com or searching on him in the frame of Religions' Diologue.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts in the most possible time.
I would be pleased to see your own ideas and thoughts as soon as possible, so that we would like to pray for you to go to heaven