by Christine Whitehead
The Wondrous Wizdom of Oz: A Spiritual Odyssey, is a fresh look at the The Wonderful Wizard of Oz–a classic that has much to teach us about life, about ourselves, and the choices we make. Dorothy and Toto’s incredible journey home never grows old. But where exactly is home? Author Christine Whitehead teaches that our own yellow brick road can lead us home to a world of discovery, joy and personal fulfillment. Along this illuminated path, we meet some of the Earth’s most enlightened journeymen-from Nelson Mandela to John Lennon, Anne Frank, Elton John, Jesus and Buddha, to the Zen masters. Their words of wisdom, along with Oz, Dorothy, and her companions, remind us that we, too, are wise, courageous and loving, if we only listen to our spirit.
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Formats: Paperback, Ebook
ISBN PB: 978-1883911591
ISBN EB: 978-1939930866
Release Date: 1/1/2004
Meet the Authors
Christine Whitehead‘s work has captured the interest of PBS and other media for over two decades. She has lectured on medical intuiting and body scanning at the Medical College of Virginia, and has served on stress and pain management committees for the medical community. Currently, she teaches and consults on human issues and soul progression. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Christine is the mother of three sons and grandmother to one little girl.
“As an individual well-versed in New Age/Spiritual Literature, I was pleasantly surprised while reading The Wondrous Wizdom of Oz. “The Wizard of Oz”, an American classic, which has endured the test of time is filled with simple, honest metaphors and straight-forward lessons for living to your Highest Potential. Wizdom of Oz carefully points out many basic truths found in the story that are probably overlooked or never recognized. Wizdom of Oz is thought-provoking & enlightening & the reader can tell the writer crafted this work with great loving care and compassion.” –Tony Muses
“As a child I watched this movie on television every year. When my children were small I watched it with them. Isn’t it funny that my daughter is the one who pointed out the differences in the book and the movie ? It simply never occurred to me that there were life lessons within this lovely little story. Christine has put flesh on the bones of these movie characters and made them more like my next door neighbors. I even see elements of them within myself. Thank you, Christine.” –Sharon Collins