It’s here, my latest poetry book, Allowing Now: A Book of Mindfulness Poems. This is poetry in the tradition of Mary Oliver, Maya Angelou, John O’Donoghue and others who write about the deepest dimensions of life from a spiritual rather than religious perspective.
The book was inspired by the ancient wisdoms of Rumi and the most recent inspirational Instapoets. The thirty poems in this selection are intimately alive to the teachings offered by the smallest life moment.
Some, like the title poem, “Allowing Now”, address the topic of mindfulness head on, more explore related themes like self-compassion, inter-being and creative acceptance.
They don’t shy from life’s challenges or pains, but explore the mysteries of daily experience.
It’s my hope that each poem is a reminder of what it is to live openly and freely, as alert witnesses to the unfolding moment, and how to reach out to others from that place of presence.
This is what I teach online through daily meditation and f-r-e-e-writing practice but here the medium for mindfulness is the magical, mystical power of poetry.
New Book: Would You Like A Review Copy?
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Facebook Live Video: How To Self-Publish A Poetry Chapbook
Sometimes called pamphlets, chapbooks are short collection of poems, inexpensively and usually independently published, typically in ebook or paperback format—though indies are now producing POD hardbacks and audiobooks of their own readings too. I publish chapbooks regularly, whenever she has ten publishable poems for her “Poems to Inspire” series. In this session, Dalma and I will explore the delights and challenges of chapbook publishing, including some upcoming chapbook publishing competitions.
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