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God Is At Eye Level: Photography As A Healing Art 
 
  
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Product Details 
  
 
Paperback 
160 pages 
Quest Books 
Published 2000 
  
Robert Gilka, former Director of Photography, National Geographic Magazine 
  
This is an unusual book to inspire not only photographers, but all of us . . . There is certainly something holy about this approach, but Phillips reaches out to all camera owners with some quite practical suggestions. --  
  
 
  
Belleruth Naparstek, author of Your Sixth Sense and creator of Health Journeys 
  
Jan Phillips is simply a phenomenon. Her wealth of talent, dead-reckoning honesty, and fearless voice have resulted in a wondrous book that is part photographic exhibit, part memoir, part spiritual teaching and part self-help workshop. --  
  
 
  
Book Description 
  
Amateurs and professionals alike can discover photography's power to soothe and mend the broken wing of the spirit. Wieht personal stories, commentary, and practical exercises, Jan Phillips helps us see how images can give shape to our half-articulated feelings, shed light on our inner darkness, and reveal our deepest, truest self.
 
  
 
 
  
 
  
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