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In the West, we know how to achieve - in spades! We know how to plan and execute. We know how to set goals and objectives. We know how to live life from A to Z. But how do we get from Z to A? What do we know of navigating that space in between? When life as we know it ends, before we see a new beginning, there is a creative void where all things are possible. That's what this book is about. I call it Z 2 A. Sometimes it takes an 'earthquake' in our lives to make the change happen that is good for us. I've had many discontinuances in my life. Perhaps the universe thought I should have more practice than most, so I'd know what I was talking about in writing this book. Z 2 A is ever so much about the unexpected. New solutions. A different path. Seldom the one logic dictates. Not a straight line, but more a connect the dots experience where you have no idea what you are doing as you mosey from point to point. The space in between is that moment when all things are possible. It's the creative void that artists work with. It's the moment of surrender where healing can take place. It's the instant of inspiration where new ideas are born. It's the crack in the wall where change can seep in. It's the chink in the armor where old patterns can be dismantled. To further deepen the experience, I have chosen to illustrate this book with my own art. The images are there to assist your mind to access Z 2 A space and time. Breathing spaces for your mind so to speak. Print, audio and e-book editions Includes over 60 original pieces of art in full color Eva Dillner is a writer, artist, therapist and teacher specializing in creative and therapeutic processes for inspiration and transformation. She started the company DIVINE DESIGN in 1998 to work with therapy and personal growth, then meandered into writing, painting and publishing. Divine Design publishes her books, calendars and art as well as audio and e-books through distribution partners on the leading edge of the digital age. She has traveled far and wide to present her work, been featured in the press on a regular basis, and was one of fifteen Swedish artists selected for the TellusArt project in India in 2010, doing exhibitions and workshops with leading artists from Asia and Scandinavia. Published by Divine Design www.divinedesign.nu

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