Following from and complementing his first book: Wonders of Spiritual Unfoldment, John Butler goes back to the roots of his mystical experience in farming, close to nature and the present moment “now”.
Seeking to do the best for his farm but humbled by experience. he gradually came to understand that the only impediment to universal good is self-willed ego “me”. This isn’t, as we know, so easy to control. Having learnt to meditate, he struggled with himself through many trials to find beyond his personal horizons, the ever widening freedom and providence of Spirit