Description - Wild Knowing by Anya Luz Lobos
Wild Knowing is a wonderful, breathtaking book. In lyrical prose, Anya Luz Lobos tells a highly original, visionary love story that opens up for the reader new dimensions of spirituality and consciousness. It will delight and enthrall anyone who has ever felt the desire for a deep mystical union with a cherished lover. In its imaginative power and depth of feeling, the story of Steve and Satia in Wild Knowing is worthy of a place alongside Tristan and Iseult, Abelard and Heloise, and other great lovers that have enriched our literature over the centuries. It will be treasured by all who read it and are open to its transformative vision. Bryan Aubrey, Ph.D Wild Knowing is a love story, a metaphysical fantasy, and a plot-driven science fiction novel. Set on the planet Daria, it pairs a Darian man from Earth with a wise and beautiful Darian woman. What the man learns about love from this absorbing experience would benefit us all. John Daniel, author of The Poet's Funeral The citizens of planet Daria are humanoid, but capable of ultimate physical, spiritual and relational refinement. In part a novel of manners, the narrative's descriptions of Darian tact are reminiscent of the levels of politeness one finds in Japanese court culture. It may be true that men are from Mars and women are from Venus--but after reading Wild Knowing--they will both wish they were from Daria. James N. Powell, author of The Tao of Symbols Short Author Bio: Anya Luz Lobos ... A performance artist who teaches Expressive American Sign Language in Tucson, Arizona, Anya Luz Lobos lived much of her life in Managua, Nicaragua. She is a mother of two and a graduate from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
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Format: Paperback / softback
(216mm x 140mm x 17mm)
1st World Library
Publisher: 1st World Library
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