Peacock Dreaming: The Wisdom of Flowers
About the Book
LATEST NEWS... Peacock Dreaming: The Wisdom Of Flowers has just been honoured with the B.R.A.G. Medallion.
In times of inner turmoil – or when you simply need some extra guidance and support – Peacock Dreaming: The Wisdom of Flowers helps you develop, nurture, and trust your intuition, steering you toward the discovery of new insights and greater awareness on this journey through life.
Prefaced by the story of the antics of the author’s pair of peacocks, and the dream that led to the book’s eventual birth, it contains 42 beautifully-captured photographs of flowers and plants from the South Island of New Zealand. Each image invites you to meditate on its own unique attributes and discover the learnings and insights that arise from your intuition and subconscious.
While each image is accompanied by inspirational writing, you’re invited to explore and interpret for yourself. Here’s the opportunity to look within, and develop your intuition, as you take your own very personal journey into The Wisdom of Flowers.What reviewers are saying: "Inherently fascinating, life-affirming, inspired and inspiring read from beginning to end, "Peacock Dreaming" is unreservedly recommended to the attention of readers seeking personal insights, and unreservedly recommended for community library Self-Help/Self-Improvement collections." Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI) "This is a book chocked full of information that can help each of us live a better life. The author explains how the information she provides can be used and provides opportunities to use it. I really liked the pictures provided within the book." Fred Fanning
About the Author
Anne McCormack has studied and practised aromatherapy and metaphysics for over twenty-six years. As a qualified Aromatherapist, passion for nature photography and through her studies of the New Zealand First Light Flower Essences, Anne has developed a deep appreciation for the wisdom that is held within plants, especially flowers. Anne and her partner Geoff share their farmlet in Nelson, New Zealand with their fur-child called, Ridge, a small herd of sheep, the occasional cow and lots of birds.