New Zealand (PRWEB) September 06, 2013
The dance of reality is one of constant change, of movement and metamorphosis, for the circumstances of life will transform the hearts and minds of those who live it, shaping them as flowing water shapes mountains and sculpts stones. Author M.W.G. Kawana has spent 20 years penning his book, a collection of poetry that captures the motions of the dance called life, a work that reflected the changes in his being that occurred in those passing years, revealing the truth, that to live is to partake in An Evolution of Consciousness.
To write this book, Kawana allowed himself to become an instrument of inspiration, giving himself up to be used by the source of inspiration, to be carried by the currents of thought and feeling, in order to crystallize the abstract into words, into rhymes and verses, into poetry. These are his thoughts and inspirations, brought forth by faith, the essence of a spirit – ethereal and intangible – and its evolution in a physical world not of its own. This is an essential aspect of the human condition, the experience of life, all too often overlooked by perspectives and preconceptions centered on the physical rather than the spiritual. The author has not forgotten, though, and with his work, he hopes to remind his readers to look into their own lives, into their own spirit journeys.
“Those who ask, seek, and knock on the door for Truth, may find this book a sincere collation of another Spirit’s evolutionary journey,” Kawana says.
Truth and inspiration are always relevant in any society, and at any age. They are the ultimate result of the life journey and the changes it brings, they are what one finds at the apex of the holy mountain, they the culmination of An Evolution of Consciousness.
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An Evolution of Consciousness * by M.W.G Kawana
Thoughts and Salutations
Publication Date: June 7, 2013
Trade Paperback; NZ$34.99; 196 pages; 978-1-4836-3113-4
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