Thursday, August 11, 2011

In Search of the LIght - Leonard Jacobson


In Search of the Light

by Leonard Jacobson

In Search of the Light, illustrated by the talented Fiammetta Dogi of Florence, Italy, tells an enchanting story of animals that experience a sudden eclipse of the sun. Concerned that the sun had lost its way, Ned the horse, Peter the rabbit, Bert the bumblebee and Molly mouse form an expedition to find the source of the light. Their journey takes them through the forest of fear, and beyond to a land where nothing seems right. They receive guidance from several wise characters, including a firefly with his own inner light. Eventually they find what they are looking for and discover that everything they are seeking outside of themselves already exists within each one of them. The story opens children and adults to a magical and childlike world of innocence where a beautiful and simple message of truth is revealed. It took Jacobson 3 years to complete the book.

BIOGRAPHY
Leonard Jacobson is a renowned spiritual teacher and successful author published in numerous countries including the U.S., Mainland China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Poland and Romania. The founder of The Conscious Living Foundation, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization, Jacobson was awarded with the Peace Prize from Religious Science International although he is not affiliated or associated with any religion or church. Jacobson lives in Santa Cruz, traveling extensively across the U.S., Europe, Asia and Australia for speaking and seminar tours.

WEBSITE
http://insearchofthelight.com

PURCHASE
http://www.leonardjacobson.com/proddetail.php?prod=ISOL

BLOG
http://www.leonardjacobson.com/blog

OTHER BOOKS
Adult spirituality books:

Bridging Heaven & Earth
A Return to the One

Embracing the Present
Living an Awakened Life

Words from Silence
An Invitation to Spiritual Awakening

Journey Into Now
Clear Guidance On The Path Of Spiritual Awakening

PUBLISHER
Conscious Living Publications
http://www.consciouslivingpublications.com

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