New Book Promotes Youth Activism as Part of Project Series

Dee Rayson introduces the concept of color therapy for self development in new fiction

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When a group of young people get together to create something worthwhile it promotes self-worth, connectedness, a distraction from other problems, and unity rather than friction,” Rayson says.

SUNBURY, Australia (PRWEB) October 16, 2012

Changing the world for the better begins with changing ourselves.

Retired dance instructor and mentor Dee Rayson is on a mission: to inspire youth and teens to gain self confidence, live to their fullest potential and get involved in community activism. To achieve this, she has written, "Arkrealm: The Apprentice," a fiction that promotes a healthy sense of self worth and highlights the importance of activism.

Besides dance and the arts, Rayson is experienced in energy healing and color therapy. After working with alternative practitioners for several years and studying the concepts of color therapy, Rayson has developed the Arkrealm Project, a series of exercises, books and workbooks, including, "Arkrealm: The Apprentice," that highlight Rayson’s personality color readings and focus on self-development.

“Everybody always thinks the grass is greener on the other side, not many people recognize what they have in themselves,” Rayson says. “By understanding that we all belong to a personality group and each group has its own gifts, we can learn to be happy with what we have.”

"Arkrealm: The Apprentice" centers on an adventure story with heroic characters and color personalities, exemplifying the main ideas of color therapy. It covers topics like the importance of finding a mentor, respecting oneself, others and the environment, and psychic phenomenons.

With her project series and new book, "Arkrealm: The Apprentice," Rayson has one ultimate goal: to inspire youth and teens to embrace their uniqueness and get involved in making positive changes in their community.

“When a group of young people get together to create something worthwhile it promotes self-worth, connectedness, a distraction from other problems, and unity rather than friction,” Rayson says. “For me the important message is young people can make a difference to their future right now.”

"Arkrealm: The Apprentice" by Dee Rayson
Paperback, $35.95
e-Book, $3.99
ISBN: 978-1-4525-0532-9
Available at amazon.com, bookstore.balboapress.com, http://www.thearkrealmproject.com

About the author
Dee Rayson was a pupil, teacher and co-principal at one of the biggest dance studios in Melbourne, Australia for 20 years. Rayson obtained the highest medals in Australia in New Vogue, Modern, Latin and Exhibition during her dancing career. While teaching dance she studied Kinesiology, reiki, color therapy and writing. Rayson has won numerous competitions with the magazine Psychic Interactive in Australia. She has completed 10 years of writing and five years of intuitive art. Her hope with her Arkrealm Project series, including Arkrealm: The Apprentice, is that young adults will gain self awareness, put together a plan of action and get involved in their communities.


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