Mala of Words : Volume 1: Poems for Self-Reflection, Healing & Growth
With a talent for storytelling and metaphors flowing from the deepest level of her mind, Sabrina's poems are powerful at awakening change within the reader. It is said that poetry forms a bridge from the unconscious to the conscious part of the mind, allowing emotions and thoughts to emerge for healing and deep self-reflection. The poems within this book are designed to invite communication and reconnection, first and foremost with yourself but also with others. Each piece of writing is designed for self-reflection and can be used as a tool for gaining insight into what is most important to you at this point in time, right in this moment. As you read each poem, allow your innermost voice to emerge and simply listen so that you may hear what it is telling you about where you are right now.
- Paperback | 108 pages
- 152 x 229 x 7mm | 168g
- 12 Mar 2019
- Balboa Press Au
About Sabrina David Rn
Sabrina David is a registered nurse, mental health nurse and yoga instructor who works with youth, adults and older adults living with mental and physical illnesses. She combines her skills and expertise in counselling, general health planning and yoga instruction to work alongside each person towards recovery. Over the years, Sabrina has worked with people from various cultural backgrounds, who have had to overcome many of life's challenges on their journey to recovery. Her compassion, care and dedication can be felt in her presence alone. Sabrina grew up in Australia and Vanuatu, where she developed a strong affinity to living in harmony with nature and culture. She first commenced practicing yoga as a young child with her mother, who remains her most influential teacher, both in her yoga journey and in her journey to healthy living. Today, Sabrina combines all her skills, professional and personal, to assist others in improving their overall health outcomes. Sabrina's particular area of interest lies in the effect that language (words and sounds) has on the physical, emotional and mental wellbeing of each person, and how writing can be used as therapy. She studies Sanskrit at university level and is currently completing postgraduate studies in creative arts therapies.