Judith Hensel

Biography

After spending several years in Public Relations initiating and organizing award-winning multi-state community relations projects on behalf of a global telecommunications company, Judith Hensel has written her first fictional book, THE QUESTION “What Happened to the Animal-Human Spiritual Connection?”
The book is a fantasy about characters created out of real life people who join the animals in an imaginary setting to find the answer to their question. Among articles published about the book’s premises, one article “Evolving in a Conscious Universe,” was published in QUEST, international Theosophical Journal in 2003; and inspired the magazine’s content theme. As former Associate Professor of Art and Humanities, St. Xavier University, Chicago, she received numerous awards as an artist and teacher including special recognition by the Associated Press and the Governor of Illinois. She wrote and directed two critically acclaimed rock operas, “Hosanna!” and “Taproot” performed by student talent as well as talent from across the Chicago region to sell-out audiences. Her artwork is in several private collections in Australia, the Netherlands, New York, Illinois, California, Colorado and Wisconsin; and for several years was available at the Art Institute of Chicago rental gallery. She holds the MSA in Painting and Graphics, University of Wisconsin; and the MA in Communications/Television Production, University of Illinois-Chicago Campus.
The Question's cover illustration "OM!" is a Montage Painting the author created for a one-person exhibition celebrating “The Animal-Human Spiritual Connection” held in Boulder, Colorado, January 2001.

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Books

The Question. What Happened to the Animal-Human Spiritual Connection?
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Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 55,780. Language: English. Published: August 26, 2011 by Six Degrees Publishing Group. Category: Fiction » Literature » Visionary & metaphysical
Countless people have shaped world views about the animal-human spiritual connection. In this imaginary tale they are represented by ten heroic characters,"Universal Images" who travel an incredible otherworld called Sanctuary to engage in a point/counterpoint discussion about the animals' QUESTION. They soon learn the adventure they have embarked upon is more than just talking about the issues.

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