New Book ‘Mirror of the Soul’ Reflects on Seemingly Opposed Disciplines

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Classical flutist, author Tania M. DeVizia brings art, religion, science, healing together for cohesive analysis on life.

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The Creator inspires those who are ripe for inspiration and their projects mirror or reflect his highest ideals

As the silver flute has expressed the music of author Tania M. DeVizia’s soul, mirroring her soul for more than 33 years, so too is the aim of the written word in her new book, “Mirror of the Soul: A Flutist's Reflections” (published by Balboa Press).

In her book, DeVizia merges theology and science, time and eternity, and hands-on healing with sound healing. She analyzes and reflects upon the five roles of Jesus when he walked on Earth, describing the manner in which music and art mirror his roles of good shepherd; healer and miracle worker; carpenter and stone mason; fisher of men; and son of God.

A quest for truth, “Mirror of the Soul” reveals the innate desire DeVizia believes all of humanity possesses to reflect the highest ideals of the Creator in works of art. An analysis of fine art, classical music and pop art joins the observations of this classical flutist as she draws parallels across the seemingly diametrically opposed disciplines of religion and science and weaves them together in a cohesive narrative.

“The Creator inspires those who are ripe for inspiration and their projects mirror or reflect his highest ideals,” DeVizia says. “What’s past is prologue, and different disciplines have many unifying factors, which makes one wonder if there is any difference at all.”

“Mirror of the Soul”
By Tania M. DeVizia
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 320 pages | ISBN 9781504335355
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 320 pages | ISBN 9781504335331
E-Book | 320 pages | ISBN 9781504335348
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Tania M. DeVizia has been an associate professor of music appreciation and music theory at the Art Institute of Philadelphia since 2004 and a freelance professional flutist in the Philadelphia area for more than 20 years. As a child who witnessed the miraculous power of hands-on healing, prayer, chanting in tongues and song, she developed an interest in merging alternative medicine with allopathic medicine. She became a certified Usui Reiki Master in 2002 and a student and practitioner of Tong Ren in 2011. She uses her knowledge of these healing modalities and her musical expertise to communicate her unique experiences on stage and in the classroom. She lives in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania, and she enjoys researching information, reading, writing and playing music

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