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Shape-shifter: An Awakening on the Paths of Art and Gender

by Shannon Belthor

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Both gritty and lyrical, Shape-shifter: An Awakening on the Paths of Art and Gender, is a story of radical self-honesty, artful living, and spiritual opening while evolving from a young man haunted by deep longing, to an awakened, thriving woman. Transgender artist and author, Shannon Belthor, takes readers on a lifelong journey of homecoming to Self, well beyond the confines of social expectation. Written in the midst of awakening, Shape-shifter melds the realms of art, gender, and spirit that grew out of one essential, underlying question: How do I evoke the presence of spirit in form? This contemplative mingling of inner and outer landscapes explores the nature and everyday practice of creativity, freedom, joy, awareness, gender, art, solitude, spaciousness, presence, and more on the way to wholeness. Shape-shifter is a portrait of persistence in creative and spiritual opening through surrendering limitations, and of willingness to follow the deepest callings to freedom. Shannon Belthor’s story is an inspiring, awareness-inducing pilgrimage through the spirit, and earthly reality, of artful living, creating, and profound transformation. It’s an invitation to look spaciously and lovingly within, consider life as an artful practice, and see your own stay in this world as an ongoing work of art.

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