The Book of The Garden

The Book of The Garden

by Richard Wehrman

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The Book of The Garden by Richard Wehrman

A narrative poetic journey into the heart of reality, The Book of The Garden opens the possibility that the Imagination can be a vehicle to a reality neither exclusively internal nor completely external, but situated between them both-an intimate World that comes into being as we embrace and believe in its possibility, not as an imaginative fiction, but as an ontological actuality. A world where our deepest longings find their resolution through their own creative arising-where our True Nature magically manifests "universe upon universe". A poetic vision both alchemical and personally revealing, The Book of The Garden speaks to the deepest heart in each individual, opening the spiritual and transcendent through the simplest of presences, in what becomes the Garden we have all, since our childhood, longed to re-enter. And where we find that through the heart of love, and our own Creative Imagination, we can.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780991388202
Publisher: Merlinwood Books
Publication date: 12/02/2014
Pages: 120
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.28(d)

About the Author

Richard Wehrman is a poet, illustrator, and designer who lives in rural Upstate New York. He has published a previous book of poetry, Light Was Everywhere-Poems of Richard Wehrman. His poetry focuses on the the interior perceptions of the external world, through the lens of Awareness, Presence, and Being. His graphic work focuses on book illustration and design in the areas of Eastern and Western spirituality, alternative medicine and healing, and various areas of esotericism. Richard practiced and studied zen buddhism with Philip Kapleau Roshi and Toni Packer, the Heartwork process with Dale Goldstein, with Robert Sardello's School of Spiritual Psychology, and currently studies in the Diamond Approach, originated by A. H. Almaas.

Richard lives with his wife, illustrator and painter Vicki Wehrman. They have two children, four grandchildren, a great-grand daughter, one large cat, and an evolving garden where various deer, woodchuck, rabbits, thunderstorms, chipmunks, hawks, sunshine, crows, snakes, fox and coyote pay an occasional visit.

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