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Unexpected Lessons in Love
Unexpected Lessons in Love
Price: £5.99

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A completely wonderful read, 21 Feb. 2013
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Bernadine Bishop, a beautiful woman, has written a lovely, warm, moving and funny novel where the characters and their personalities are even more interesting than the entertaining plot. I seem to remember that Bernadine Bishop is a psychotherapist and if she is then she is certainly the one I would like to consult if I needed therapy! I feel the book cover does the book a disservice by making it look like chick-lit which it is not. The main character is a woman in her 60s struggling with living with a colostomy and I am tempted to call it sick-lit but it was such a heartwarming read that would also be unfair.
I would urge anyone looking for a book that's hard to put down and which continually surprises with its understanding of human nature to get this book! Especiaslly in the Kindle version!

Visual Medicine - the Art of the Unknown: 1
Visual Medicine - the Art of the Unknown: 1
by Suzette Clough
Edition: Paperback

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spiritual Creativity, 19 Jan. 2013
This book is full of beauty and wisdom. I have worked with Suzette using Visual Medicine for several years and the process has been life changing. Suzette has detailed all you have to do to use Visual Medicine to create your own work and to use your paintings for insight into your interior life from the perspective of your `higher self'. Your `higher self' or spirit or psyche - whatever is your word for it -will speak like an angel from your deepest self. Even if you don't immediately plunge into the experience, the book is packed with gorgeous paintings and inspirational writing. This is spiritual creativity at its most powerful and will be of benefit both to artists and seekers.

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