Destined to be a major work in its field, Nashville author releases a powerful book certain to be a catalyst for dialogue as it seeks to unite the scientific and spiritual communities.
(Nashville, TN) August 18, 2008 — Combining the knowledge of physics with intuitive practice is no small task because the two disciplines often use the same words to mean entirely different things. Nashville author MaAnna Stephenson has written a book that she hopes will be a resource for bringing the spiritual and scientific communities together through a better understanding of how each one operates.
With a well-researched approach to its subjects, The Sage Age—Blending Science with Intuitive Wisdom covers a broad range of material from ancient to modern thought, frontier science, and current intuitive practice to deliver a depth and breadth of understanding that culminates in a holistic perspective for our time. Living up to its mantra of "new models for new thought," The Sage Age is not written for the casual seeker. As it demystifies complex ideas with intelligent analogies and examples, the book is designed to appeal to both the scientist and the natural intuitive.
About MaAnna Stephenson: MaAnna is a visionary thinker and true Renaissance woman. From an early age, she was exposed to a myriad of influences including her father's engineering and artistic endeavors, her maternal line of intuitives, and an intrinsic fascination with sound and music. Born in the small town of Humboldt, Tennessee, MaAnna began her journey as the youngest of three children with a huge age gap between her and her siblings. Constant inclusion in the world of adults led to an early maturity and perhaps a different view of the world than most children experience.
"My mother was also an intuitive, as were all the women in my immediate family,” says Stephenson. “Having psychic senses was quite normal and the information derived from these methods was respected and adhered to. I became accustomed quite early to the fact that there were things—forces and powers—which could not be measured with a ruler but were just as real as anything I could see or touch."
Ms. Stephenson’s advanced education continued this line of exploration as she attended Jackson State Community College and Lambuth University concurrently, double majoring in music and acoustics with a special apprenticeship at a local recording studio as a sound engineer.
MaAnna transferred to Jackson Area Vocational and Technical School, acquiring a degree in Electronics.
Four years in the writing, her expansive new work combines knowledge from the physical sciences and the intuitive arts to present a visionary perspective that harmonizes these diverse disciplines into one body of knowledge. Although the official publishing date is September 1, 2008, advance copies of The Sage Age—Blending Science with Intuitive Wisdom are now available through the publisher, Nightengale Press.
Visit www.SageAge.net for more information and links for purchase. While there, you can also read several articles giving a sneak peek at topics covered in the book.