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Elisabeth Ek Solheim

"EES"
(REAL NAME)
 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (6 of 6)
Location: Norway
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 299,180 - Total Helpful Votes: 6 of 6
The Hidden Power of Dreams: The Mysterious World o&hellip by Denise Linn
This is a must-read for those interested in spiritual dreaming. Denise provies a good background of scientific facts and dream theory, and step by step guidance to heal and self heal and explore the dimension of dreams. It includes feng shui, shamanic dreaming and a nice dream dictionary, guidance for past life dreaming, problem solving, dream symbols and how to call on dream guides. Herbs, dream boards, dream incubation, methods on how to promote dream recall and train for lucid dreaming and astral travel. It is an excellent book full of interesting information and powerful meditations to take the reader even deeper into the dream realms. Denise is a wise and friendly author, and her… Read more
The Secret of Kells [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Tomm Moore
The Secret of Kells [DVD] DVD ~ Tomm Moore
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A wierd and mystical story, and quite bloody. I don't see it as a complete children's movie, which it really isn't, considering it was origianally meant for a more adult audience and then reworked to be more mainstream and appeal to a younger audience. I guess what's going on will need a bit of explaining for those children not versed in the story of Ireland, with the burning and slaughter of monasteries by the vikings, as well as the fading of the old powers as Christianity takes hold, at the same time as ancient evil awakes and threatens the fey as well as the humans...The story is a little odd and confusing to me. It is quite interesting artistically, and the simplified celtic style… Read more
The Art of Tangled by Jeff Kurtti
The Art of Tangled by Jeff Kurtti
A lot of fun as well as beautiful concept art and sketches here, as well as intersting facts and thoughts behind the production. It has sections on each character, and is all in all a very enjoyable book, wether you just want to skip through and look at the art or read the text. It is more of a mainstream book and not very technical about the actual animation process. -As an animator I would have loved to have a bit more of that too, but all in all Im very happy with it all.