Hello again. I just returned from almost three weeks away in Vancouver and New Mexico. Studying energy healing, science, art and doing treatments. The weather was sunny and warm for the most part and it was a powerful learning experience that seemed to flow along nicely. In Vancouver, I went to the I Can Do It Conference put on by Hay House. I spoke about it last year as well.
Written by award-winning British-Japanese author Kazuo Ishiguro, this week's book is “An Artist of the Floating World”. The title refers to several things simultaneously. The floating world—or ukiyo-e—is a style of art, mainly woodblocks and paintings, which was prominent in Japan for a few hundred years, from the 1600s into the 20th century.
There’s a woman with a hole in her life so big she fills it by eating, first food but then much,much more.
There’s a man whose love story with a large woman has its climax when he turns her into a loveseat.