The word “interspirituality” was nonexistent until it was coined in 1999 by a Roman Catholic lay monk and pioneer interfaith leader, Brother Wayne Teasdale, in a book aptly entitled The Mystic Heart: Discovering a Universal Spirituality in the World’s Religions. By 2004, when Brother Teasdale and colleagues introduced the perspective at the Parliament of the World’s Religions in Barcelona, Spain, the term was still hardly known. Yet today an internet search for “interspirituality” or “interspiritual” calls up over 100,000 hits.
It’s obvious to many that interspirituality— a more universal experience of the world’s religions, emphasizing shared experiences of heart and unity consciousness—represents part of the world’s ongoing movement toward globalization and multiculturalism. It can be seen as an inevitable response to globalisation.
…Brother Teasdale predicted that interspirituality would become the global spiritual view of our era.
— Kurt Johnson
Interspiritual Pioneer Mathew Fox

Interspiritual Pioneer Mathew Fox

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Interspiritual Pioneer Mahatma Gandi

Interspiritual Pioneer Mahatma Gandi

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It’s obvious to many that interspirituality— a more universal experience of the world’s religions, emphasizing shared experiences of heart and unity consciousness—represents part of the world’s ongoing movement toward globalization and multiculturalism. It can be seen as an inevitable response to globalization—be it welcomed, as in the case of advocates. of an unfolding world culture and planetary economic system.
— Kurt Johnson
Interspiritual Pioneer Rudolph Steiner

Interspiritual Pioneer Rudolph Steiner

Interspiritual Pioneer Hazrat Inayat Khan

Interspiritual Pioneer Hazrat Inayat Khan

Interspiritual Pioneer: Swami Vivekanda

Interspiritual Pioneer: Swami Vivekanda

True spirituality is to be aware that if we are interdependent with everything and everyone else, then even our smallest, least significant thought, word, and action have real consequences throughout the universe.
— Sogyal Rinpoche
Interspiritual Pioneer Pythagoras

Interspiritual Pioneer Pythagoras

God can be realized through all paths. All religions are true. The important thing is to reach the roof. You can reach it by stone stairs or by wooden stairs or by bamboo steps or by a rope. You can also climb up by a bamboo pole.
— Ramakrishna
Interspiritual Pioneer Br Wayne Teasdales

Interspiritual Pioneer Br Wayne Teasdales