Friday, August 1, 2014

Journey of the Heart: An Anthology of Spiritual Poetry by Women Release Date!


Journey of The Heart: An Anthology of Spiritual Poetry by Women, edited by Catherine Ghosh and to be published this summer by Balboa Press, a division of Hay House, has woven together the voices of over 70 women of diverse ethnicities, nationalities and traditions. In meditative and insightful poems they offer us revealing glimpses of their sensitive souls engaged in meaningful dialogue with the world, others, themselves and divinity.

This spiritual poetry draws from the timeless wisdom, power and beauty residing deeply within the hearts of all women. Emerging within archetypal themes that deliver valuable messages, the inspiring and uninhibited chorus of voices beckons us to journey along with them into the wild, mysterious and uncharted territory of a woman’s heart.

This book emerged from an online project created by Catherine Ghosh, dedicated to encouraging and facilitating women to freely share their hearts, as they learned to express themselves through poetry. It is dedicated to the spirit of really listening to, and honoring, all women’s voices.



So thrilled to announce the arrival of this beautiful anthology of women's spiritual poetry, of which I am proud and honored to be a part of, along with a group of amazing and beautifully talented women from all over the world! Official release date: August 10th
Below is the book trailer just released:



Om shanti shanti shanti,
Nirvani





2 comments:

  1. Reading and understanding every perspective is a part of hindu religion. So I thought I will send you the link for this book!
    The following is the link of a very compelling book which every shantana dharma practitioner should read atleast once! This book is written by Rabindranath Maharaj, son of Chandrabhan Ragbir Sharma Mahabir Maharaj who attained Samadhi doing rigorous yogic practices!

    http://hewhohasearslethimhear.wordpress.com/2010/08/19/death-of-a-guru/

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  2. I was a devout Christian for 40 years. Christianity is NO longer my path and will never be again. My eyes were finally opened when I walked away from orthodox religion and its confining and exclusive dogma and a day does not go by that I am not thankful for the choice I made.

    Jai Maa!
    Nirvani

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