David J. Bookbinder is a writer, photographer, and psychotherapist. His award-winning Flower Mandala images were inspired by the paintings of Georgia O'Keeffe and the flower photographs of Harold Feinstein, with whom he briefly studied. David has been taking photographs since he was six. He came to psychotherapy after a transformative near-death experience shifted him toward art and healing. David holds Masters degrees in Counseling Psychology and Creative Writing and is a regular presenter at the Creativity & Madness conference in Santa Fe, NM. In addition to 'Paths to Wholeness: Fifty-Two Flower Mandalas,' he is the author of the coloring books for adults '52 Flower Mandalas' and '52 (more) Flower Mandalas,' as well as a book on American folk music and three books on computer software.
It is a book that is based on everyday life experience. It is not an academic text, but a book to encourage you to act smart and wisdow. We do hope that you find in it useful,inspirational and motivatonal ideas and that it will positively impact you.
We are not facing complex times, but an exciting time, in which our great opportunity has not come yet. One way or another, all ages have been very difficult. You just need some historical perspective to realize that we now have the best technology, the best communication between humans and great knowledge of each other.