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The Tree of Life: A Personal Development Journal: A Journey of Mindfulness and Intentions Paperback – August 31, 2017
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Cynthia Sageleaf is a writer, artist and life teacher. She creates coloring books and journals based on mindfulness and creativity. She has written several ghost-story novels under another pen name, but realized that her calling is writing and artwork centered on uplifting content, filled with spirituality and love. She continually works on stories, coloring books and journals, with more to come out soon. A native of Colorado, Cynthia now resides in western North Carolina. She has worked in the education field for over a decade but spends the rest of her time working on her skills as a writer, artist and on her spirituality. When she’s not doing those things, she loves to mountain bike, hike, travel and spend time with family. She lives with her husband and three fur children, her large and sensitive dog and two independently-minded cats.
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This is a book that can be worked on for a month (30 days). I have chosen my birthday month - yet there is no set time table for ongoing self-transformation.
Sageleaf has a companion: The Tree of Life - Coloring Journey Coloring Book - exquisite in detail and potential for ongoing self - discovery.
Just in time for holiday gift giving, this double - this double shot of perspective and pondering is the perfect gift for both you and those you love.
There are many in the world, (on any given day, at no particular time), who arrive at a point in their lives when they are gripped by a belief that there is more to life than that which they can touch and see and feel.
Often it begins in the shape of dissatisfaction; occasionally it’s a simple yearning for something that has no shape or form. It is almost always a nearly quiet voice in the mind, though not entirely silent, (it’s mission far too glorious to be mute). Such ambitions are all too easily pushed aside by the demands of everyday life, like a river over boulders long-seated in the earth. Fortunately, once it takes root in our minds, it can be remarkably tenacious. (Truth be told, it’s more a calling than a demand; more a hint at a way of being than a calling to a place.)
For lack of more sophisticated language (and sophistication all too often becomes the tangle of vines that holds down even the mightiest) it’s an urge to grow and develop a part of life often without a name. In the way of life having seasons, recognized or not, this quiet drive to grow is experienced by many only after the stage(s) of life devoted to physical growth and development.
Cynthia Sageleaf, by virtue of temperament and talent, has created a tool. It is an aid for those already on the journey as well as those just hearing the call.
Having the instincts (and skills) of a teacher, Cynthia has created something that is useful, instructive and fun. Not for nothin, the Journal appeals to the part of us all, that’s most open to learning, the child within.)
You should invest in yourself and order this book today.