Carolyn North

Carolyn North is a prolific and insightful author.

Everything I’ve written over the past 30 years –
novels, essays, childrens’ books, stories – has been about
bridging the gap between so-called “materialistic” thinking
and so-called “spiritual” thinking.

The first assumes that we live in a three-dimensional world,
and the second proposes that our world is multi-dimensional,
which includes the unseen and the intuited as well.
I believe we live in both simultaneously, and my books say that
in every way I can think of.

I use several forms, but first-person fiction is what I do best.
I love to read stories about people, so it’s my pleasure
to tell stories of my own life as metaphors for
what I have to say about the universe.

This novel revolves around the story
of an impoverished servant family
in Northern India, and the sublime music
that comes out of the same culture.

The reader is immersed in the heat and squalor
of the Ganges plain and in an extraordinary
all-night concert; above all, we are immersed
in the Eastern world view, wherein death and life
are part of the same Whole.
All dance photos by Catherine Allport
C.G.Jung called synchronicities
“meaningful coincidences that could not be explained
by cause and effect.”    
But where can we look for explanations?
Like a hunter-gatherer
, the author has sought the
answers in subjects as
diverse as Hermetic philosophy
fractal geometry, Tibetan Buddhism and Jungian
psychology, ancient Chinese divination and
s, early medieval art and chaos theory. And
discovers a host of extraordinary coincidences!   
The stories of her own experiences of synchronicity
bridge the gap between
mystical wonder, the New Physics
and the ordinary daily life of all of us.

Using the Chakra System as a framework,
this novel is a telling of seven stories that reflect
the quality and function of each of the energy centers
of the body. Physical survival, sexual attraction,
transformation, bonding, communication,
understanding and finally spiritual vision
are explored metaphorically in seven stories.

The stories are but seven movements of a single song
– a single life – and like everyone’s stories, they
resonate to the ultimate sound of the cosmos.

The energy matrix of the universe
is in constant motion.

This novel is about the attractive force
of the universe as it plays out
in human lives.

Falling in love is the theme,
and ecstasy is the vibration.

Two men in their sixties have claimed the crop circle
designs as theirs – a hoax dreamed up over a pint at the
But single circles, over the decades, have
become complex works of art on the grand scale,

appearing by the hundreds all over the world.
They have shown up in snow and pine trees and rice
paddies, as well as fields of grain.

Never has anyone been caught making them – except
those avowed to be hoaxes – and
never has a single
careless footprint
appeared near a newly formed design.
What’s going on here?

How can we live our lives fully up to our last moments,
and then die well when it is our time to die? The author asks
that question as she helps four terminally ill people – a
botanist, an artist, a naturalist and an opera singer – prepare
for death. She tells of their experiences – and her own – as
each declines physically and emerges spiritually.

This book explores how we can learn to
accept our own
mortality and in
the process, discover what it means to
. By loving, we may glimpse a many-dimensioned
universe wherein life and death are part of
the same
glorious Whole.

My work with people preparing to make their
passage revolves around helping them make
final statement about themselves
sums up their life journey.
It takes many forms, depending upon the person
and the illness, and it provides important healing
of the heart and soul before the person takes
his/her leave.  Duncan’s book emerged into the
world just as he slipped out of it
Every one of us, without exception, is going to die.
Yet most of us are fearful, in denial or determined to beat
the odds. Perhaps there is another way to confront our
inevitable destiny.
Could we not regard death as one stage of a natural
life-death-life cycle in which what we call Death is but one
aspect of a larger Life?

Here is a look at the evidence coming from cell biologists,
near-death experiencers and wisdom traditions from all
over the world.
Carolyn North offers single copies of Death free to Hospice workers and Thanatologists.

Please visit her website for more information and to learn more abut this remarkable woman.

"Fate is unalterable only
in the sense that given
a cause, a certain result
must follow, but no
cause is inevitable in
itself, and man can
shape his world if he
does not resign himself
to ignorance."
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As a social activist, I am interested in creating
community projects that demonstrate the laws of
natural systems:  interconnectedness, sustainability and

I think of them as creating balance on the community
level –  for example, if food is wasted in one sector of
the community and hunger exists in another, then we
ought to find ways to address that imbalance.

My goal is to foster pleasure and beauty in the process.

Most of my projects – gardens, houses built of straw,
soil restoration, etc- are offshoots of the hunger
organization I started in 1983, The Daily Bread Project.
Thank Ewe!