“Sacred Commerce” illuminates the beauty of conscious capitalism in its highest essence — as a means to uplift humanity, heal the earth, and manifest beauty through trade. The authors eloquently show us the way of the Merchant Priests of ancient Egypt, encouraging each of us to make our businesses, lives, and transactions matter. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to use their business as a force for good in the world.
____ Zhena Muzyka, Founder of Zhena's Gypsy Tea, Author of “Life by the Cup”
At a time in our history when corporations and commerce have gained prominent influence in our governments, it is critical we have a manual like “Sacred Commerce” to guide that influence towards raising consciousness. It champions the union of archetypal myth and fact, left and right brain, sacred and mundane, and heart and head, leading us to a form of commerce where our perceptions don't limit us from using it in the most sacred way.
____ Lisa Wimberger, Author of “New Beliefs, New Brain” and “Neurosculpting”
“Sacred Commerce” is a thought-provoking book that reflects the uncommon vision and creative energy of Ayman Sawaf and Rowan Gabrielle. For more than a decade I have admired their rare blend of energy, good-heartedness, and a deep desire to explore new realms of human capacity and make a difference in the world. This book offers a number of bold new perspectives on work and life.
____ Robert K. Cooper, Ph.D., Co-author of “Executive EQ: Emotional Intelligence in Leadership and Organizations”
“Sacred Commerce” is a visionary approach to life and commerce. This book represents to me a quantum pulse forward in the deepening my own life's work! The potential for the Sacred Commerce movement to hyperdrive the efforts of the global business community is nearly unfathomable.
____ Immanuel Otto, MA, KTS, Managing Director, SacredCommerce.com