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Aspen Chapel minister will publish new spirituality book

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Nicholas Vesey, the spiritual leader of the Aspen Chapel.
Shelley Bogaert/Special to The Aspen Times |

Nicholas Vesey, Aspen Chapel’s minister, has written what he’s calling the world’s first “gonzo spirituality” book. Titled “Living the Life-Force,” the book will launch with a talk Tuesday at the Aspen Chapel at 6 p.m. and on Wednesday, May 29 at the Carbondale Third Street Center at 6 p.m.

“The book explores the nature of the ‘Life-Force’ that is at the heart of all reality,” according to an announcement from the chapel.

Written in what Vesey called an irreverent “gonzo” style, it draws from a wide range of sources to explore humans’ relationship with that “Life-Force” and how we might cooperate with it.


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