My Millennium Culture, Spirituality, the Divine Feminine

My Millennium Culture, Spirituality, the Divine Feminine

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ABOUT THE BOOK In her second volume of essays, Janine Canan-visionary poet, psychiatrist, and follower of the Indian saint Amma-explores, from West to East, topics of human culture, spirituality and the divine feminine, writing as only a poet can.... As I continued along the silvery Seine, I actually saw the Divine Mother dancing in her white gown, clinking her golden cymbals. My Millennium, She sang with a throaty laugh that rolled like the waves of the ocean, her superhuman eyes shining with love's blissful honeyed light, her voice softly echoing in the minds of billions of living beings, My Millennium. "The luminous voice of Truth and Love comes through this beautiful book.Through Janine's words we are led into the Great Mystery of Life and Death." -Laura Amazzone, author of Goddess Durga and Sacred Female Power ABOUT THE AUTHOR JANINE CANAN, MD, is the award-winning author of over twenty books. They include her poetry collections Mystic Bliss, Ardor, Changing Woman, Shapes of Self, and Of Your Seed, a National Endowment for the Arts grant-recipient; story books, Journeys with Justine and Walk Now in Beauty, read in the Navajo Literacy Project; and two volumes of essays, Goddesses Goddesses and My Millennium. Janine has authored key translations of 20th century European poets, Francis Jammes and Else Lasker-Schuler, as well as acclaimed anthologies of women's words, She Rises like the Sun and Messages from Amma. Graduate of Stanford University with distinction and New York University School of Medicine, Dr. Canan is a private psychiatrist in California and a volunteer for Amma's Embracing the World more

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  • Paperback | 122 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 7mm | 145g
  • Regent Press
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1587903253
  • 9781587903250