BRISBANE, Australia (PRWEB) August 31, 2016
In “Word Lexigraphy: One Hundred Words to Kill Your Cactus” (published by Balboa Press AU), author Anja Seebus examines the hidden meanings of one-hundred words, using the word cactus as the reflection of fear and the word tulip as the positive reflection of love.
“Every word in the English language can be defined by its own letters to dictate the essence,” Seebus explains. “The understanding of language in this fashion is amazingly powerful and can be instrumental in reinvigoration the zest for healthy lifestyle choices. Hate and Hope are the simplest and yet most powerful words when lexigraphy is applied.”
“Word Lexigraphy” presents the idea that every letter is a word, and every word holds a message that can be a powerful guide in determining how one lives life and looks at the world. It can be used as a tool to improve one’s communication and enhance “soulful awareness.”
“This book uses a simple concept to provoke powerful thoughts with the aim to inspire the reader finding their own personal answers and solution … The choice of words can be a powerful weapon in combatting negativity, consequently activating hope for the individual that they can contribute positively to the deluge of information overload, just through a deeper understanding of words.”
About the Author
Anja Seebus practices floristry and communicates sustainable living through the Flowers of the World platform. Her multilingual education in the Netherlands was instrumental in helping her reinvent word lexigraphy as a philosophy for soulful living. She lives in Brisbane.
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