The Ocher of Abundance, Poems – Volume 16 by Wendy E. Slater is the 3rd published volume of the TRADUKA Wisdom poetry series.
Brilliant and thought-provoking poetic wisdom that inspires and comforts others on their own path of self-discovery, self-realization, and healing.
Evocative of Rumi and other classic poets.
After a twenty-year hiatus from writing poetry, Wendy E. Slater composed 20 volumes of spiritually inspired poetry which beginning in 2001 during a mystical sojourn to Scotland. The poetry is the expression and integration of the inner dialogue with Divinity and the spiritual journey of self-discovery through vision quests, spiritual awakenings, and the dark night of the soul. Slater’s words reflect deeply on both the hidden and revealed relationship of nature, the cosmos, humanity and the healing of archetypes both esoteric and known in the individual and collective psyche.
Slater’s poetic formulas are both wisdom and method; a sharing of words that open doors for readers and invite them on their own spiritual journey of awakening and healing.
The book is also available from Balboa Press.
Reviews for The Ocher of Abundance
“Wendy E. Slater’s poetry is transcendent wisdom that is both contemporary and timeless. Slater exemplifies that great poetry should not just demonstrate the limitlessness of language, but the limitlessness of the human spirit. Her poetry sings with this intention and authenticity as Slater tackles vulnerability as well as truth and spirituality. Her poetic style is brimming with wit, passion, humility, tenderness, and insight while never being saccharine or overly sentimental. This is the inspiring journey of an extraordinary poetic voice working at her peak.”
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“Wendy E Slater writes with the energy of a tidal wave and is galvanized by the simple things in life that often go unnoticed. Her metaphysical poetry touches the human soul and challenges us to change the way we look at our wounded world.
Wondrous and beautifully told, her stories are in touch with nature and rich with sensuality and spiritual awakenings. Slater has a relationship with the divine, yet doesn’t take prisoners. She shoots from the hip, and she shoots from the heart.”
Author of Kinnara