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Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air

by Theodor Schwenk

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0805205896, Paperback)

The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air

Theodor Schwenk

Translated by Olive Whicher & Johanna Weigley

More than ever before, today we need "water consciousness" and we can begin with this essential and classic book on water as the universal bearer of living, formative processes.

Beginning with simple flowing phenomena of water and air, Schwenk gradually builds up, with the help of marvelous photographs and drawings, the "letters" of an alphabet that will allow us to "read" the living meaning of water.

The spiritual, formative processes are gradually brought to light, and we come to recognize the Creative Word in the universe.

Fully illustrated.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:23:23 -0400)

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