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Virtues Meditation Mandalas Coloring Book: A Spiritual Stress-Reducing Coloring Book for All Ages Paperback – December 25, 2014
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From the Author
The three artists who collaborated on this project have over 100 years of combined experience in graphic arts, yet this book was like nothing any of us had ever done before. We had so much fun that we produced a second volume, called Virtues Affirmation Mandala Coloring Book. Both books pair the names of virtues with intricate 9-sided mandala designs. This one uses the noun form of the virtue, while volume 2 uses the adjective form and includes a little affirmation that you can repeat to yourself as you color.
About the Author
Justice Saint Rain is a graphic artist, author and publisher who has been producing materials that encourage spiritual growth for over 30 years. He is the author of The Secret of Emotions, Four Tools of Emotional Healing, and other books that explore the intersection of psychology and spirituality. He created the virtues pages for this book and wrote the introduction. He lives on a farm in southern Indiana with his wife and family. Joe Paczkowski would like to live in a world where the oneness of humankind is recognized and implemented on all levels of society, where justice is the guiding principle in all affairs, where the elimination of the extremes of wealth and poverty are a reality and prejudice is a thing of the past. He likes nature, art, music, good food and comfortable shoes. He is from Somerville Massachusetts. He has lived in Finland for the last 36 years. He has worked over twenty years designing and producing exhibition material. He is married and has a wonderful family. Howard Jacobs is a self taught artist. His favorite media are pencil and color pencil. He also dabbles in oils, acrylics and watercolor. His mandalas are loosely based on a series of 60 chip carved wooden plaques he cut in 2000-2002. Howard resides in the Chicagoland area. He has been a member of the Bahá’í Faith since 1976 and has spent most of his life within ten miles of the Bahá’í House of Worship in Wilmette, IL.