Grace and Tranquility: Natural Peaceful Paths through Every Living Day

Grace and Tranquility: Natural Peaceful Paths through Every Living Day

by Eric Alan

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Grace and Tranquility maps a shared journey down natural paths of ease and calm found in stillness and the world’s persistent beauty. Through exquisite nature photography and meditative wisdom, Grace and Tranquility guides readers into a daily practice of peace, even in the midst of conflict and uncertainty.
Chapter topics range from "Inside the Living Storm" to "Walking Softly Beyond," and author Eric Alan’s explorations include "The Beauty of Doubt,""Aligning with Purpose," and "Intimate with Integrity." Alan approaches relationships with the Earth, people in our lives, and even politics and money with equal candor and clarity.

The photography uniquely enriches the words, expanding the readers' understanding of the text.

Additionally, Grace and Tranquility is available with the CD of the same title by Gypsy Soul. “Cilette Swann's voice is haunting, and Roman Morykit's musicianship is superb. Their music stirs the soul and moves the spirit.”
— Monica Rizzo, People Magazine

Gypsy Soul has been listed as a "TOP PICK / CRITIC'S CHOICE" in 40 publications — LA Times, SF Chronicle, LA Almanac, OC Register, OC Weekly, Pacific Sun. Park Record, Desert Post Weekly, Performing Songwriter, Monterey County Herald, Coast Weekly, Jefferson Monthly, Where Magazine, Medford Tribune, San Francisco Herald, Standard Examiner, SLC Weekly, The Deseret, Bass Player, Ashland Daily Tidings&others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935952169
Publisher: White Cloud Press
Publication date: 11/11/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 128
File size: 14 MB
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About the Author

Eric Alan is a writer, photographer, broadcaster, and workshop facilitator. His previous book, Wild Grace, led to workshops, a magazine column in eight states, gallery exhibitions and multi-media collaborations with Grammy-nominated musicians. He’s also music director of Jefferson Public Radio, a network of twenty stations in southern Oregon and northern California. He has over 100 published articles to his credit as a journalist. He lives in southern Oregon.

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