Soul of Light: Works of Illumination by Joma Sipe has been reviewed in the Winter 2012 issue of Network Review, a publication of The Scientific and Medical Network.  Additionally, the cover of the issue features one of Joma’s works “Lucem Sanctam” (Holy Light), which can be seen below, along with the review.


Soul of Light The Network Review no  110 winter 2012 The Scientific and medical Network cover

by Joma Sipe

Quest Books 2012, 125 pp., $26.95, p/b.

This is an extraordinary and beautiful book consisting mainly of intricate illuminated geometrical paintings of great power. The author has been inspired by the work of HP Blavatsky and Eckhart Tolle, among others. He explains his painting process, and there is a fascinating initial chapter showing the difference between the version with geometrical forms and the final illuminated one. Subsequent chapters represent spiritual forms such as chakras, mandalas and the tree of life, as well as themes like cathedrals of the soul and portals of the spirit.  The paintings would be suitable for silent and inspiring contemplation. -Reviewed by Daivd Lorimer


Soul of Light: Works of Illumination by Joma SipeSoul of Light is available for sale on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, IndieBound and other local and national retailers.

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