About

Robin Rumi is autodidactic writer, poet, teacher and seeker. She has spent the last twenty years actively researching spirituality. This includes traveling around the United States visiting sacred sites. She has watched the dawning sun on the Spring Equinox shine upon ancient Celtic writing marking the pagan rites of Spring, and visited sacred Native American sites. Sitting in silent worship with Quakers, singing hymns with “holy rollers”, chanting in an incense filled Greek Orthodox church, listening to the muezzin call Muslims to prayer and seeing visions in sweat lodge, touches on just a few of Robin’s experiences.

Traveling abroad, Robin explored the ancient Norse religion in Oslo, Norway and spent several months around the Mediterranean area. Her experiences include visiting elaborate cathedrals of Rome, Naples and Florence, as well as standing under the huge temple columns dedicated to the Roman gods and goddesses, and exploring a secret temple to Mithras. Robin Rumi has walked in the mysterious temples and tombs on the island of Malta dedicated to an ancient Earth Goddess.

Robin is a member of the Unitarian Universalist church, which holds as one of its seven principals, “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” She has also been an active member of Four Quarters Interfaith Sanctuary of Earth Religions.

She is widely read on the subject of spirituality, finding the commonalities of love in all religions. Robin Rumi has been focusing on the spiritual in her prose and poetry. Her spiritual erotica focuses on the depth of connection available in a variety of relationships, but all with a deep soul connection to the other person and with Spirit.

 

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