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HERE IS YOUR HEAVEN

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ISBN:978-84-96806-27-6
14,00 €
Stories written with children wisdom, life lesson
Pages: 80
Dimensions: 13 x 21 cm
In color: No
Rustic: Yes

Description

Hope, grief, but above all, love and magic are the protagonists of these women's stories. Feminine realities that crack, in the middle of everyday life, to give way to parallel dimensions where the unseen can be observed.

Here is your sky, lick in the clouds of infatuation, loss, death, desire, attachment, aversion and the established, to question the ways we believe solid and realize that they are only moving water vapor.

Deeply influenced by oriental thought, the stories in this book are intended to leave the sensation of the galloping of a wind horse in the heart of the reader.

Author

Amélie Olaiz, was born in León Guanajuato, Mexico. He studied Graphic Design at the Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA). He completed a Master in Industrial Design at the National Autonomous University of Mexico and a Diploma in Creativity at the UIA. His graphic work has been used in various Mexican and transnational companies. She was a university professor and specialized in the development of human creativity.

In 1996 he began the study of Buddhist philosophy; stream in which he has found and continues to discover a wealth of data and methodologies to complement his research on creativity.

His literary work has been published in the newspapers: La Jornada y Reforma, in textbooks for primary and secondary education in Mexico and Chile, in the book Ciudadanos de Ficticia and in various virtual anthologies. He currently supports the La Marina workshop at www.ficticia.com. In his spare time he paints watercolors with his daughters, caresses his parrot, badly educates his dogs and plants violets and forget-me-nots.

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