Consumed by the Dragon:
Recipes for Transformation
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Change is inevitable. Evolution is inevitable. Transformation occurs when change and evolution are developed consciously through creativity, intention, metaphor, and trust. “Recipes for transformation” is a metaphor for the process of applying conscious intention to life changes. Making life a conscious and creative process is a synonym for living a transformative life.
If the above statement rings true for you—if it resonates within you as meaningful—then this book may serve you well as a stepping stone on the path of your evolution. If you are interested in living the fullest and most fulfilling life possible, if you are drawn to the metaphor of dragons, if you are undergoing personal change and want to understand and make the changes have valuable meaning in your life, if you are on a spiritual quest to awaken the connection with Spirit and live a Spirit-filled life…if any of the above statements are true about you, then this book can be a resource and even, perhaps, a source of breadcrumbs on your “awakening path.”
Consumed by the Dragon offers techniques that makes transformation conscious and intentional. Read from cover to cover or open randomly for a spark of inspiration from any individual section. Either way, this book is written to highlight the ability of your Inner Teacher to guide through the words written.”
How can you live more successfully and continue to evolve? Ahnalira Koan was a street kid who went on to become a Jungian psychotherapist and meditation teacher, business owner, and author. “All of us are evolving, and the more consciousness we can bring to the process, the more we can expand,” explains Koan.
Life will always guide us to be the best we can be if we are willing to embrace the journey. Consumed by the Dragon offers a guide to empowering yourself and realizing your full potential.
Consumed By the Dragon–Recipes for Transformation is the second book in the Dragons series. More on the first book, Care and Feeding of Dragons–Confessions of a Diabetic can be found here.