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Memory Walk in the Light: My Christian Yoga Life as "A Course in Miracles" Hardcover – April 1, 2010
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From the Author
In my youth I thought I would have a vocation as an artist. I ended up being a nondenominational Christian monk, who practices yoga disciplines and is now also an author. As I took my first steps on the spiritual path, no one told me that it would take so long. Then again, no one told me it would be as rewarding as it has been. The truth be told, this book has the drawback of being long---678 text pages. When I started on my spiritual journey, I could not assure you of anything because I was lost. Today, however, I can assure you that this lengthy "word journey" is well worth taking. The content of this word journey is enhanced by its form being presented with an eye toward beauty. Because I have an interest and background in art, visual imagery has played a prominent role in my life. Thus the graphics in this autobiography will help you to see my life through my art work and through my eyes. Interspersed throughout the text pages are 120 graphics pages for an overall total of 798 pages. There are 131 black and white graphics in the form of photographs, paintings, drawings, and diagrams. The color image on the front cover symbolizes my spiritual destiny in the Light, just as it is the spiritual destination of all of God's children. The color images on the back cover collectively represent the "marriage of the East and West," which has been an ongoing theme of my life as a Christian seeker open to Eastern methods of spiritual growth. Of course, the written content of this book is much more important than these visual aids. This content is summarized on my Amazon author's page in the blog titled, "Why I Wrote Memory Walk in the Light." The link to my author's page can be found below, next to my photograph.