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‘Once Upon A New Moon’ by Katharina Notarianni features poems that were written during a time when the author was seeking to better understand life, the universe and who she is. These poems are the outcome of a New Moon shamanic creative group where each session began with a shamanic journey and the writing emerged out of the experience.
During her shamanic training, Katharina was also inspired to express herself creatively by crafting various “medicine” items. This book features full color images of some of her shamanic creative works to illustrate more of what’s possible with the shamanic creative process.
Even now, after many years, she is amazed at how the shamanic creative process, which involves establishing a connection with spirit and reflecting on who she is, who she has been, and who she is becoming, opened the doors of perception bringing about a deeper understanding of her Self and thereby enriched her life with greater love of self, others and all that is.
It is her hope that these poems will inspire you to begin your own creative journey of self awareness and creative expression.
Coming Soon! Healing Time Books is pleased to announce a collection of poetry by E. Reenah McGill will soon be available in paperback and eBook formats:Poetry MS by Dr. E. Reenah McGill
‘Poetry MS’ by Dr. E. Reenah McGill is a collection of poems in two volumes which include pieces of poetry written over a span of more than forty years. They represent and reflect many changes in her life situations, thoughts and desires.
Marilyn Marlow’s illustrated bilingual (Spanish and English) children’s book is now available on Amazon.com in paperpack and eBook formats.
Available in Spanish with English translation
‘Amor y Luz’ – https://www.amazon.com/dp/154480881X/ref=sr_1_1…
Also available in English with Spanish translation
‘Love and Light’ now available on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/dp/1544732236/ref=sr_1_2…
This endearing tale transcends cultural boundaries and carries us all to a timeless place in our hearts. ‘Love and Light ~ A Creation Myth’ (also known as ‘Amor y Luz ~ Un Mito de la Creación’) expresses core values of friendship, courage, compassion, respect, and responsibility. The spirited watercolor paintings connect us to an ageless exploration of the moments of creation.First, from a tiny flicker of light, comes Sun. Then, from love, comes World. They dance and play throughout the day, without a care, joyful of their very existence. Time is suspended, until nightfall…when Sun must go away. Fearful, what will World do in the darkness? Together, a solution is found. A new meaning of life discovered. Will World be triumphant?As World and Sun continue to ensure our survival through their love and light, are we doing enough today to sustain our very existence? In light of all the alarming climate changes now taking place, will we be triumphant? Let ‘Love and Light ~ A Creation Myth’ quicken your heart into an act of love for our planet. Originally handwritten in Spanish, the translation has been included in ‘Love and Light ~ A Creation Myth’, along with helpful hints of how to use it with children. Please also refer to “How to Support Children Becoming Bilingual” for further information at: MarilynMarlowArtistry.com/Articles
To learn more about Marilyn Marlow and her art, visit: MarilynMarlowArtistry.com
Poems That Almost Got Away by Richard C. Richards is a collection of poems written over fifty years of his life. He wrote them when something struck him, as he tried to bring some vague experience into focus. He wanted to record what was going on in his life. In some, he just wanted to get an experience down on paper. Richard explains “Many of the poems deal with death. That is a respectable topic for a philosopher, a poet or anyone else who wants to understand this crazy disease called life, and not simply to get through it with as little thought as possible. Death is a concern, but not a preoccupation. I meet death occasionally for lunch, but we only talk about trivial things. We’re not really good friends, but we tolerate each other.”
Richards’ poems let you see the world from the poet’s perspective to some extent. Can poetry do anything other than this? If it can, he says he does not know what that “anything other” is. Sometimes he jokes. Sometimes you cannot tell whether he is joking or not. Neither can he…sometimes. Welcome!
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Healing with Color – Experience the Essence of Twenty-One Taras
by Tara Channel Katharina Notarianni
Publisher: Healing Time Books
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In Healing with Color – Experience the Essence of Twenty-One Taras, channeled by Tara Channel Katharina Notarianni, Tara brings you a collection of meditative journeys that focus on healing with color. Initially it is recommended to treat this as a 21-day process, whereby you experience one specific color each day following the guidance that is given. After the process has been completed, you can return to a specific color as you are called to do so depending on what you are experiencing in your life, letting the key words and affirmations guide you when you wish to focus upon a particular energy, a particular resonance, for the purpose of activating something specific within yourself. The intention is to have access to the full spectrum of color, to be balanced, to be healed completely so, on all levels of your being, so you can experience more and more of who you truly are.
“I have been fortunate enough to experience the beauty, insights and healing power of Tara for 20 years. I would highly recommend Healing with Color to anyone who is interested in spiritual transformation, and I would also highly recommend a personal reading with Tara.”
— Charles Horne
“Healing with Color presents an elegant support system from which we may navigate the world of duality with much greater ease and understanding. Tara continually infuses the reader with compassion and love, always an ally on this sometimes arduous journey of being human!”
— Marilyn Marlow, MarilynMarlowArtistry.com
“Tara and her channel, Katharina Notarianni, created an amazing work of art in Healing with Color. Tara in its 21 diverse expressions of color and light can help you, guide you, heal you when you open up and receive the words and more than that, the energy that flows through those words. As I am reading the words, it seems so much more than words – I feel surrounded and filled with energy, with light, this color light is healing in such a soothing wonderful way…I am excited to experience Tara in its many diverse expressions of color and light. It feels amazing and I love the energy that is in it, like being hugged.”
— Elisabeth Staudigl, Ph.D.
“Healing with Color is a moving, loving and joyous experience! I have been touched deeply and am not the same now as when I started! I am More. I am grateful for the opportunity to have received the richness of love and healing offered in this luscious work. It is a feast of sensual energy work in a few short pages. I feel a deeper intimacy with Tara, her love is powerful and tender. Katharina Notarianni and Tara gift us a powerful experience of sweet and tender change through love. Thank you, thank you, thank you! With love and joy.”
— Cathy Stubbs – Shaman, Certified light body healer, Reiki master, RN, Eagle Flight Healing LLC
“I am so happy and grateful to read the words of Tara in printed form where multitudes of people can learn and grow from her wisdom. It has been my privilege to ask Tara directly how I might view what was happening in my life in a way that gave it purpose and meaning and receive life changing information. Healing with Color cuts through to foundational problems and provides solutions with great ease. Each meditation is a powerful life affirming statement. Now as I read this book, in my mind I hear Tara’s welcoming voice and once again feel her love wrapping around me as she shares the deepest truths that can guide each of us as we move forward to unite all aspects of our selves. Thank you for the honor of reading Truth, Love and Beauty from the wisdom of Tara.”
— Dr. E. Reenah McGill, Healing Energy Center
Inspired by her life experiences and travels, Marilyn Marlow’s art has vitality and a quiet magic. Appropriately named “Serenity of Koutoulofari” this peaceful image, when viewed as a canvas print on a wall, has an uncanny ability to change as the lighting in the room changes.
About Marilyn’s creative process:
“The one creative thread that has maintained an uninterrupted continuity in my life is photography. It has always been my palette ever since I received my first Brownie camera at age six. Photography is a lifeline to all I am, how I witness and capture visions of the world. Long ago I realized that I could instantly record what I was seeing so fleetingly and rejoice in its relative permanence, to relive over and over at will. It’s magical expressions are the essence of what I wish to share with the world. It’s a way to share how I comprehend the world, to elicit emotions that welled up inside while capturing the beauty to behold. Many people have told me over the years, “You have a good eye.” I take that to mean that I see in ways in which they don’t. It’s another gift which I’ve been bestowed in this life, it’s always been with me. A companion amongst the crowds, my camera is my witness, it supports, embraces my spirit through its lens.” –Marilyn Marlow, Artist
Photographer and artist Marilyn Marlow recently launched her website (www.marilynmarlowartist.com) to make available her photos and paintings for purchase.
“I strive to endow my paintings with visual existence, vibrancy, and life. I want my subjects- whether people, places, or leaves- to speak loudly with voices that are clear and free. I do not want to copy nature but recreate it! If my paintings move people with passion, happiness, even melancholy or sadness, I am on the right path.” Monika Ruiz
Born in Colombia, Monika Ruiz began her art education at the age of fourteen. Her foundational studies focused on traditional art history, particularly figure drawing and still life. Her paintings recall the bright colors and evocative brush strokes of Fauvist and Post-Impressionist paintings, as well as the expansive and dreamlike quality of early Surrealist paintings.
In “Yin Yang,” two figures curl around the perimeter of camellia flower, becoming its outermost petals in a spiraling embrace.
“Holding the Sun” forgoes the figure and disrupts conventional horizons with rainbow-colored leaves crowding the foreground.
Whether explicitly narrative or abstract, Ruiz’s paintings evoke a sense of time’s passing and its affect on the natural world.
Visit her online Art Gallery to see her works, purchase a reproduction, a painting or commission a Pet Portrait or a painting based in an experience that you have had, your family or something that you love. Storytelling makes up a big part in her art. She has created series and individual paintings based on stories of her friends and her own Fairy Tales like about a boy, Jay, and his dog, Boo, who travel the universe searching for wisdom and a companion for Boo.