Inspired Perspectives is an uplifting and mind-shifting collection of short stories. Each approaches a brief encounter from two or more perspectives. Readers are continually inspired by the work. This is a Poetic Approach To Understanding.
“Reading this book is an experience like no other. Here in your hand is a beautiful seamless blend of living poetry and prose—one that succeeds gloriously in its goal of reminding us that a taste of freedom and grace is ours—if only we are willing to shift out of our rigidly held mindset and habitual points of view.” David Gordon, Ph.D; Author of Mindful Dreaming
“I loved this book. I read it in one sitting. Cornelia’s words moved me into a deeply embodied state, full of hums and aches and thrums. Her writing evoked memories of childhood play in the forest, loved ones lost and found, as well as moments of unspeakable bliss. Her work is both elegiac and celebratory like a prayer to the complex experience of being human.” Dani Vedros, LCSW Director, Studio of the Healing Arts, Psychologist, Author, Speaker
“The tales she tells highlight how through love we can reclaim ourselves by observation and reflection. What are some of the keys? Simple connection, awareness of our daily lives, respect for intimacy and gratitude for magical moments. We make choices to notice our connections. Cornelia reminds us to choose well!” Dr. Jack Muskat, Psychologist, Author, Speaker
“This lovely book inspires us to purposefully create our own lives, but with empathy and compassion for others. The book documents stories and poems of individual transformation but the teachings are universal, for every reader will recognize experiences we share with those who have contributed their journeys. Through the author’s insightful and loving work, we are brought closer together and also closer to Nature and to Source. Guided to break through (and from) old, sabotaging patterns, we shift our perspectives, open to Grace and touch the numinous. The book’s arrival is timely – to help us through personal and global troubled times.” Marilyn Walker, Ph.D & Professor Emeritus, Author, Artist, Shamanic Practitioner