The heroine presents a new model for happiness in daily life. Using her imagination she changes her perspective on drab, trivial events and perceives her city of Amsterdam as an exotic new environment in which she enjoys moments of ecstasy.
June 14, 2014 (Newswire) - Denver resident and psychologist Francine Juhasz, after years of yoga coupled with a lively imagination, discovered small incidents occurring in her everyday life could be seen as actors skilled in pantomime offering her emotional support if she broke their codes. These trivial yet helpful theatrics occurred so often she decided to create a tale to entice others to play imaginatively with this mysterious phenomenon and enjoy the designer moods it offered.
In this visionary novel, The Yogini With A Thousand Eyes, each day the heroine, Annajoy, carries on an elegant meditative dance with the unremarkable trivial events that occur during her daily life in Amsterdam. She discovers her city is an ensouled place, replete with mysterious minidramas enacted by an extraordinary cast of characters more cleverly disguised than revelers during Carnival. In her evolved consciousness Amsterdam becomes an art gallery, funhouse and more-than-human community, where meaning is a daily event, and oases of mood catapult her into moments of ecstasy.
"Scientists have forgotten to study trivial events," said Juhasz, "and no adventurer has led an expedition to explore them. I'd like people to become curious about the odd little things that happen, see the art involved, and discover their daily lives can provide them with moods bordering on ecstasy."
Decoding trivial events is Juhasz's lifelong passion. She uses creative visualization and musing reverie in her counseling practice in Denver, helping others decipher the unsuspected nuances of the symbolism of trivial events.
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