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Once Upon A New Moon: Poems Inspired by Shamanic Creative Process Paperback – July 23, 2017
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About the Author
'Once Upon A New Moon', a collection of poems by Katharina Notarianni, were written utilizing a shamanic creative process, whereby the author journeyed on the new moon to other realms and brought back imagery and profound insights which she translated into poetry while still in an entranced state.
Katharina Notarianni began her publishing career with her first book, ‘The Beauty of Irises,’ a gardening picture coffee table book focused on bearded irises which she grew in her own garden and was inspired to photograph and write about.
Publishing 'The Beauty of Irises' inspired her to start Healing Time Books, a publishing company to help authors make the most of today’s digital technologies to publish their works. She loves working with creative people on works they have created. To find out how Healing Time Books Publishing Services can help you move forward on your creative project, visit www.healingtimebooks.com.
Katharina Notarianni is best known as the Tara Channel. She has channeled the universal goddess energy of Tara for over twenty years, working with others on their journey of self discovery and enlightenment, bringing a sense of unconditional love and peace to their process. To experience Tara, read 'Healing with Color - Experience the Essence of Twenty-One Taras' or visit www.tarachannel.com.
Katharina currently lives in the mountains of San Diego with her husband, John, where they enjoy a sublime climate and wildlife outside their front door. Coyotes, roadrunners, quails, cottontail rabbits, hummingbirds and red tail hawks are some of their favorite visitors.
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