Stephen Wollaston is a OneSpirit Interfaith Foundation minister and was given the name Santoshan (contentment) by an English swami. He holds a degree in religious studies and a postgraduate certificate in religious education from King’s College London. He has also studied typographic design and transpersonal psychology and is currently training on a BACP accredited psychosynthesis course. In the late 70s he was the principal bass guitarist of one of London’s first punk rock bands, The Wasps. He has taught world religions and other humanities subjects, English language and academic writing at various educational establishments in the UK and at a medical university in the Middle East.
He has been a trustee of the UK charity GreenSpirit for many years, a member of its publications teams, the main typographic designer of GreenSpirit magazine and the GreenSpirit Book Series, and edited and written titles in the series. He is an author, coauthor and editor of more than a dozen books, including 'Spirituality Unveiled: Awakening to Creative Life' (Earth Books paperback and mid-price Smashwords eBook), 'River of Green Wisdom: Exploring Christian and Yogic Earth Centred Spirituality' (low-cost GreenSpirit paperback and Smashwords eBook), and 'Realms of Wondrous Gifts: Psychic, Mediumistic and Miraculous Powers in the Great Mystical and Wisdom Traditions' (revised low-cost paperback and Smashwords eBook). In 2001 an anthology of his articles was released: 'From Punk Rock to Green Spirituality'.
He was also a close friend of the late renowned UK medium and former Benedictine monk Glyn Edwards for 26 years, coauthored two books with him, edited two anthologies of his teachings, and compiled a tribute book about him.
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