CHIDLOW, Western Australia (PRWEB) May 05, 2012
Author Lawrence Johns has travelled throughout his life, studying religions. After all his discussions and journeys, he has come to a personal conclusion, that spiritually speaking the worlds people cannot see, are infinitely greater than those they imagine they can see.
“All have an effect on our daily lives often unbeknown to ourselves,” says Johns. This is what partially inspired his anthology of poetry, Mystic Dreams. Covering a gamut of themes, this book is filled with emotion that flows through its verses. In this collection, the author lets readers celebrate “Spring Equinox” and allows them to witness “Nature at Play”. Other evocative poetic pieces as they immerse in this memorable compilation.
Filled with insight, Mystic Dreams is often whimsical and symbolic, painting verbal images that linger in the mind. Johns makes use of rhyme in his poetic narratives, creating lilting verses filled with color and depth. This book will make an excellent addition to anyone’s personal library or a great gift for friends who appreciate good poetry.
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About the Author
Lawrence Johns has spent the last 30 years in the study of Comparative Religion, attempting to find similarities rather than focusing upon that which is obviously different. He has over the years spent a considerable amount of time in India, making some 24 journeys. During this time he spent many hours in discussions with Tibetan Buddhist Monks, Mahayanan Buddhist Monks, and Hindu Priests. He has also exchanged views with Sanskrit Scholars, and Vedantists. Johns hails from a Christian background founded in the Church of England
The author has also been associated with Yoga and Freemasonry, and made a study to less extent into Spiritualism. He possesses a BA degree in Religious Studies, and spent some years in Post Graduate Studies.
Mystic Dreams * by Lawrence Johns
Publication Date: June 1, 2011
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