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Radio Free Spirit Presents: The Garden of the Soul

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Join host Geoff Laughton as he interviews international best-selling author, Lynn Serafinn,author of the bestselling book The Garden of the Soul: lessons from four flowers that unearth the Self. Owing to her long and diverse professional history in the music industry, Lynn's writing is lyrical, rhythmic, colourful, highly visual and undeniably metaphoric. She holds a B.Mus. in music and a Masters in adult education/distance learning, and did extensive study of music and spirituality in India. She taught music technology for many years and was the recipient of the Microsoft UK Innovative Teacher of the Year Award in 2005. In 2007, her coaching company Create-a-Life won the Best of Bedford Business Awards. In 2009, she received the Bedfordshire Businesswomen Award for her work asnd Chair of Transition Bedford, a volunteer grassroots initiative whose objective is to create a plan for a sustainable future. She is a coach and promotion manager for mind-body-spirit authors, and created and managed the launch campaign for Number-1 selling book Blast Off! by Allison Maslan. In Feb 2010, she launched her creation “Spirit Authors”, a Virtual Coaching and Learning Experience for mind-body-spirit authors. About Lynn's book Called ‘as spiritual as Deepak Chopra and as magical as Paulo Coelho,’ The Garden of the Soul: lessons from four flowers that unearth the Self is a journey to becoming whole through the imagery of four flowers that represent four spiritual principles: ‘Give’ (the Rose), ‘Receive’ (the Iris), ‘Become’ (the Daffodil) & ‘Be’ (the Lily). Taking the reader on a daring and magical adventure through the author’s life & imagination—from stage fright & burnout in a classical music conservatory, to life inside an Indian temple, to a hidden life of domestic violence, to finding inner peace atop an old English footbridge—The Garden of the Soul explores birth, death, love, art, spirituality & transformation in an eloquent, poetic and ultimately unforgettable way.

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