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Jeanne Rejaunier’s international bestseller The Motion and the Act describes the overlapping lives of four complex California new age seekers. Paul, an ex-clergyman now a practicing psychologist, who teaches attainment of a “second Eden,”superior self-realization as a means to an “ultimate orgasm.” Lee, a beautiful, cosmopolitan woman involved in a successful career, in ecological causes, and in Oriental mysticism, travels the world seeking life’s meaning, and discovers answers back where her journey began. Sean, cynical, neurotic and devastatingly attractive Hollywood writer/director, finds personal and professional success elusive, despite conquest after conquest. And Virginia, an unspoiled, child- woman to whom love means everything, is willing to suffer anything – even humiliation and neglect – in order to keep her lover.Bestselling author Jeanne Rejaunier, writes explicitly and movingly of how these four characters influence one another, how their passions become inexorably intertwined, of their relentless search for a way out of the problems that imprison them, and how they come to realize – or fail to realize – an integration of body, love and eros. Central to the book is the all-pervasive atmosphere of Southern California – Los Angeles, Hollywood, Malibu – with life-changing journeys to Big Sur, New York City, and Afghanistan. Woven throughout is the characters’ involvement with environmentalism and endangered species, life after death, gourmet food and ethnic cooking, cats, particle physics, opera, reincarnation, circumcision, the Hollywood system, Tantra Yoga, horses and thoroughbred racing, the history of games, Sufism, French poetry, Greek mythology, near death experiences, dreams, nighttime soul travel, and full orgiastic potency.The Motion and the Act, an explosively candid portrait of men and women in search of sexual satisfaction, is an engrossing, fresh, extraordinary novel about self-realization, love, and the search for “supersexuality.”

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2012
    • Ano:  2015
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001032040055
    • ISBN:  9781476427706

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