This lovely book chronicles Dorothy Maclean's connection with the intelligence of nature. It brings together for the first time most of her Deva flower messages. These are truly Seeds of Inspiration. It includes several black and white flower illustrations created specifically for this book by artist Deva Berg.
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Excellent book, but beware used book prices23 septembre 2005
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As an example of channeled material from inner realms, Dorothy Maclean's book Seeds of Inspiration is excellent, especially for anyone interested in our relationship with the creative intelligences within nature. Dorothy is one of the three original founders of the world-famous Findhorn Community in northern Scotland which for forty years has been a pioneer in spiritual living and ecological wisdom.
I give this book 5 Stars.
I would like to point out, though, that the prices being charged for this book by some sellers in the Used Book section are excessively and ridiculously high, ranging from $790 to $1200 for a book that is only $15 when new. I imagine that such sellers are counting on people assuming this is a decimal point error, though any close examination shows that the price is clearly marked. If you cannot afford to purchase this book new for $15, please be sure to examine just what you are paying for it if you order it used, otherwise you may find yourself paying a price better suited to a rare first edition of some book published in the 1800s! What such sellers are doing is perfectly legal by Amazon's own policies--anyone has a right to sell anything for whatever price they think they can get for it, and if a person pays it, it's their responsibility. But many people may see the price and be deceived, believing it is simply a decimal point error. It is not!