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- DescriptionIn February 1996, DragonRising published our first ever eBook title and it was called Project Sanctuary by Dr. Silvia Hartmann. This seminal work showed us how we can all use our energy minds for accessing unlimited creativity on tap and without the years of meditation often associated with high-level thinking. Indeed, we had a monk contact us to say he was outraged that we were offering in days what he had spent decades of his life trying to achieve. Such is the power of Project Sanctuary. Over the years, many people have taken the techniques inside this book and found a multitude of applications to suit them and their needs. From business minded people looking for new ideas, to authors scribing vels which write themselves, to psychics looking beyond the tarot - all have found that the common deminator was their own minds and that Project Sanctuary is the interface for predictable & detailed communication. Now, 16 years on and it is time for you to read a brand new defining title by Dr. Silvia Hartmann called Infinite Creativity: The Project Sanctuary Story . Neither a replacement for the original book, r an update, this is the story of how Project Sanctuary first began, its unfolding journey into metaphor, fantasy, imagination, autogenic realities and the extraordinary mystery and beauty of the human energy mind. On this journey, we meet many people and their sanctuaries, their challenges and their solutions. We find fascinating puzzles, treasures, and threshold shifts. We discover structures, patterns and techniques that span both the hard and Sanctuary - and of course, we learn.
- Author(s)Silvia Hartmann
- Date of Publication23/08/2012
- SubjectSelf Improvement: General
- Place of PublicationEastbourne
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Noteblack and white illustrations
- Width157 mm
- Height233 mm
- Spine23 mm
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