“By conviction, study and practice a Buddhist, George Wilson also draws on deep acquaintance with mystics in the Hebraic-Christian tradition (notably Meister Eckhart), the Sufic tradition (notably Ibn ‘Arabi), Taoism, and on contemporary physics, to provide those in ardent search of the ‘truth of all things, Seen and Unseen’ guidance in this invaluable collection of essays.
The transcendental Truth of the One-ness of the Universe – embracing Man – to which the consciousness of Man has unique experiential and beckoned access, is masterfully covered in this rare work of eclectic study and thought of self-standing essays. They make a coherent whole to guide, uplift, and inspire all its readers. At the bald peak where Wilson stands, or kneels, Man’s commanding disciplines meet.”
– Tom Stacey, publisher, author, former journalist of the year, and member of The Eckhart Society.
“This is a brave book, integrating a multitude of mystical perspectives from the world’s spiritual traditions within a framework of non-dual metaphysics; a framework informed by, but in no way reduced to, the potentially mystical insights opened up by quantum mechanics. The spiritual reality of ultimate unity is given pride of place. And the implications of post-modern physics are brought to light according to traditional metaphysics.”
– Reza Shah-Kazemi, author of “Paths to Transcendence: According to Shankara, Ibn Arabi and Meister Eckhart”.
“George Wilson’s Reflections of the Moon is of great interest and importance to us.”
– Dr Hilary Knight, The Bede Griffiths Sangha