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Soul caller Paperback – April 16, 2010
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About the Author
Internationally known photographer and longtime resident of Montana, William Bernard Brooks is sharing his experience with spirit communication through his photography. William B. Brooks has been sharpening his powers of observation since his childhood in Germany. Twice the recipient of the Photokina Youth Photography Award, William graduated with a BA in photography and served an apprenticeship with acclaimed portraitist, August Sander. Moving to Paris, he photographed fashion and advertising layouts. In New York since 1971, he continued his commercial work for international corporations and magazines as well as celebrity portraits. Since he established residence in Montana, he has begun work on his "Montana Mirror" project, a collection of portraits of ordinary people with non-ordinary dreams. His lifelong fascination with Native American Culture is permitting him to participate in many native ceremonies and expand his appreciation of different cultural lifestyles. The pursuits of a wide range of interests that span writing, fencing, sailing, gliding, horses, cooking and eastern philosophy insure his keen instinct for the outer limits of accomplishment.
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For me, his art works are magical power images, which connect me in an immediate way to what Goethe once called " that ,which holds the essence of the world together". They mirror in a subtle way the oneness of all and reward the thoughtful observer with a spontaneous connection to his inner Self, which is nothing else but the "World Soul" itself. I can only recommend to accept these pictures and feel what they will do to you, after the motto. "Who feels it knows it".
Even so, no words are necessary; the short meditative text delivers a successful enrichment to the reader.
Jan Amkreutz, author Digital Spirit: Minding the future
John Otis, author, Awakening to Soul Consciousness: A journey of remembering who you 'really' are!
" We know that the body is a world of imagination, and that is the essence of its soul. We might do more for its health by looking seriously at the artworks that reveal some of the body's expressiveness than by taking vitamins and doing exercises. An unimagined body is on its way toward disease. - From "Core of the Soul" by Thomas Moore