Francine Juhasz


Francine Juhasz’s Ph.D. in psychology from Case Western Reserve University, her own transformative experiences and her use of creative visualization and musing reverie in her counseling practice in Amsterdam, helped her decipher the unsuspected nuances of the symbolism of trivial events. Francine's specialty is noticing the art of dream images in daily life--and her own humor and joy. From Denver, Colorado, with her Dutch husband she gives classes and workshops globally (via Skype, email or telephone) in the yoga of syncscapes and evolving toward joy. They both enjoy facilitating individuals’ contact with valuable, yet dormant, inner resources.

The nonfiction book described by main character Annajoy’s Rens will soon be available as a companion book to The Yogini with a Thousand Eyes. Co-written by Francine’s husband, Hans Houtman, and entitled The Yoga of Musing Reverie: Entering the Higher Realms of the Real, it describes in detail how to recognize and use syncscapes as detonators of awareness and steps to higher consciousness.

Smashwords Interview

Why did you write this book?
After years of yoga in Amsterdam coupled with a lively imagination, I discovered small incidents occurring in my everyday life could be seen as actors skilled in pantomime offering me emotional support if I broke their codes. These trivial yet helpful theatrics occurred so often I decided to create a tale to entice others to play imaginatively with this mysterious phenomenon and enjoy the designer moods it offered. This visionary novel set in modern-day Amsterdam dramatizes how to emotionally benefit from defrocking these rascals.
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Where to find Francine Juhasz online


The Yogini With A Thousand Eyes
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 96,840. Language: English. Published: May 26, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Inspirational, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
In Annajoy’s evolved consciousness, Amsterdam becomes an art gallery, funhouse and more-than-human community, where meaning is a daily event, and oases of mood catapult her into moments of ecstasy. Here is a story of one woman crossing a spiritual frontier that offers a glimpse, not only of her and her city but, as in Escher’s ball, an unusual view of ourselves and the cities we live in.

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