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PURE AWARENESS IS SEEING THE MIRACLE IN A FLOWER
A gift book for all ages

Flowers are the personification of the nature of nonduality, pure awareness, beauty and love. They bring healing and give us joy. They make us feel good and help us celebrate meaningful moments in our lives. A flower may bring a smile or invoke a tear. They are transformative and eternal. To gaze upon a flower is to behold the wisdom and...

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The Miracle of Flowers

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Overview

PURE AWARENESS IS SEEING THE MIRACLE IN A FLOWER
A gift book for all ages

Flowers are the personification of the nature of nonduality, pure awareness, beauty and love. They bring healing and give us joy. They make us feel good and help us celebrate meaningful moments in our lives. A flower may bring a smile or invoke a tear. They are transformative and eternal. To gaze upon a flower is to behold the wisdom and openess of life. How miraculous, that something so bountiful and free upon the earth, is also the source of spiritual awakening.

Wander at leisure through the garden of these living pages. Gaze through your inner looking glass -- and there you will come to know the language, the wisdom and the miracle of flowers.

"If I had a flower for every time I thought of you...I could walk through my garden forever."
-- Alfred Tennyson

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011135972
  • Publisher: Robin Craig Clark
  • Publication date: 11/10/2010
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 123,143
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Robin trained as a film editor at Twickenham Studios in England. He holds a diploma in homeopathic medicine and has four books published to date. The Garden: A Nonduality Love Story, received the 2010 WA Premier’s Book Award for Digital Narrative. His children’s book, Puri: Search for Paradise, was short-listed in the 2011 WA Premier’s Book Awards and distributed to schools across Australia and Indonesia. Copies have been donated to help raise funds for the Bali Animal Welfare Association. Robin has always felt the interconnectedness of everything and passionately shares his thoughts and innermost experiences through his books.

Illustrator Amanda Clark
Amanda is an international artist and illustrator best known for her imaginative work featuring animals, real and imagined, set within mystical landscapes, inspired by the English countryside. Deeply influenced by myths, fairy tales and folklore, her use of colours enchants the viewer with their celestial beauty. Amanda is sister to Robin and has illustrated all his published works.

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