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The Inspired Heart: An Artist's Journey of Transformation

by Jerry Wennstrom

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Jerry's courageous story of surrender to spirit affirms that there is something more to life than getting, spending, and even worshiping at the altar of a seemingly purposeful god such as Art. Finding in formlessness the shape of his own true self, he emerged from the depths able to love and create on a different level, an experience that can bring hope to anyone seeking wholeness. ( )
  dunyazade | Apr 5, 2009 |
Few of us have emptied our cup as completely as Jerry Wennstrom did when he destroyed his art in 1979, and therefore few have experienced as deep a reawakening to the subtle stirrings of the divine in everyday life. It's hard for me to convey how deeply I respect what Jerry shares with us in his book, The Inspired Heart, in his art, and above all in his person. Here is a completely genuine voice of creative spirit."
Chris Bache, Author-
of Dark Night, Early Dawn
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Jerry Wennstrom tells the extraordinary story of his daring exploration into the source of his creativity. He tells of a life lived by the singular requirement of Grace—to remain fearlessly attuned to the heart. The Inspired Heart includes 16 color pages of Wennstrom’s beautiful and intriguing art, and has a foreword by Care of the Soul author, Thomas Moore.




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