Sunday, July 11, 2010

Reviews on Soulcaller

Reality is the interface, July 5, 2010
By Jan Amkreutz (Corona, CA United States) - See all my reviews

This review is from: Soul caller (Paperback)
If you believe that reality is all there is, buy this treasure anyway; then, play the movie of images in it, and discover a hundred new creatures in the universe of your own mind. If you already believe that reality is what you make of it, drown yourself in the intriguing realities of this book, and discover a thousand narratives emerging from the depth of your mind. If, however, you have already learned that that human spirit lies beyond reality, that reality is just the interface, absorb the images in this palete of colors and words, and discover the fullness of you own spirit, expanding it by doing so. Either way, do your soul a favor - read soulcaller.
Jan Amkreutz, author Digital Spirit: Minding the future

Revealing, simplistic, visually stunning, some have living quality, fluid, mesmeric, June 29, 2010
By Wasabi - See all my reviews

This review is from: Soul caller (Paperback)

Soul Caller fuses native american wisdoms and simple quiet feelings of one’s inner self with almost impressionistic images. The book has a peaceful overtone that leads you from one image to the next as if you were wandering down a path that was both wondrous yet familiar.

" 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 "Care of the Soul" by Thomas Moore

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