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Through the Gates of Matter: Selected Poems Paperback – 1 Sep 2003


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Will Parfitt, UKCP Registered Psychosynthesis Psychotherapist and Fellow of the Institute of Continuing Professional Development, has over forty years experience of working with personal and spiritual development. He is the director of Psychosynthesis Avalon, a Kabbalah teacher and student, mentor and spiritual guide. Will's current work may be viewed at: www.willparfitt.com

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There are several sets of poems in this collection. The poems in the first set, Through the Gates of Matter, were inspired during altered states of consciousness whilst walking at Dundon Beacon near Glastonbury, England. The stalking and dreaming states were induced through the use of tensegrity and other magickal practices. Silent Sorcery continues the themes of the previous set where all the imagery and experiences described therein are attained through entering total inner silence. The final revision of Silent Sorcery took place during my wait for a major surgical operation. I have found them both comforting and challenging in my dance with death. The remaining poems are selected from a lifetime of poetry writing.

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Will Parfitt lives in Glastonbury, England, and is the author of several non-fiction books which have been translated into more than ten languages. He is a registered psychotherapist, and a coach, mentor and guide to personal and spiritual development. The director of PS Avalon, Will organises distance education programmes and travels internationally to run seminars and courses on a variety of subjects. Will’s earliest recalled poem was written forty years ago.

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