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42 THE DIVINE VESSEL Teacher and Kabbalist Mike

Bais, who will be teaching at Hawkwood College in April, explores how Kabbalah celebrates the divine feminine 46 MEETINGS WITH URBAN

TREES Walks for Mind and Spirit is a new walking guide that offers inspirational ideas and themes for us to to think about as we walk on each curated route. In this extract we meet some remarkable London trees 48 ACT OUT OF LOVE, NOT ANGER Satish Kumar has been described as someone who has been quietly setting the global agenda for 50 years. In this excerpt from a recent conversation with Jonathan Watts for The Guardian, you will discover why


50 POETRY: POLYPHONY Our poetry editors, Rachel Marsh and Briony Hughes, celebrate the interplay between multiple female voices 52 THE RED DRESS Artist Kirstie Macleod introduces an inspiring global collaborative embroidery project that gave a platform for so many voices that might otherwise never have been heard 56 FINDING THE FEMALE VOICE Writing coach Harriet Griffey says simply being outdoors and in Nature can free the female voice 59 R EMATR I AT I ON In her work (currently on show at Tate St Ives), Sámi visual artist Outi Pieski explores the sacred relationship between her art and her ancestral land



60 MOTHERS OF INVENTION Annie Warburton reviews a book that recasts the narrative of women as inventors and explores the feminist roots of contemporary art. Written by four women, Eleanor Heartney, Helaine Posner, Nancy Princenthal and Sue Scott, who assert that innovation of form is itself a feminist act in a maledominated realm FURTHER REVIEWS

IN THIS ISSUE: 62 Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from the Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis by Michael Mann 63 The Next Supercontinent: Solving the Puzzle of a Future Pangea by Ross Mitchell 64 The Wisdom of Sheep & Other

Animals: Observations from a Family Farm by Rosamund Young 65 Drinkable Rivers: How the River

Became My Teacher by Li An Phoa with Maarten van der Schaaf 66 Black Earth podcast, created and hosted by Marion Atieno Osieyo 67 Animal Welfare in World Religion:

Teaching and Practice by Joyce D’Silva


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