Attila Anselmo


Attila Anselmo is an autodidact in principle, born in Budapest, Hungary, 1946. He dedicated his entire life to study, experiment and re-evaluate Life as it appears to us, as we know it.

Completed the Wood Industry Technicum in Budapest, graduated from Architectural Design at Ryerson Polytechnic Institute in Toronto, Canada and with his Soulmate, Muse and Partner Elizabeth, had taken many self help, mind aligning, fear crushing Courses, Seminars and Workshops in Canada and the United States.

During this time, they have established Anselmo Art Studio and Associates Inc. (AASA) in Toronto, Canada, creating Commissioned Works of Art for 35 years, employing many artists and inspiring even more. The Studio have received, numerous journalistic praise, which triggered Toronto’s ‘mini decorative art industry’ from the mid 1980’s.

Attila and Elizabeth have also delved into Real Estate, buying, renovating, staging and selling properties and got involved with many inspirational and charitable projects.

The Anselmo’s had the vision, tenacity, courage and love, to go beyond the obvious parochial standards and practices, forever burnishing the facets of their Being, breaking away from the deceitful and deadly clutches of the ego.

Now, he lays out the pearls they’ve gathered along the way, for your benefit.

Where to find Attila Anselmo online


It Is Your Time to Shine: Creation
Price: $27.99 USD. Words: 75,410. Language: English. Published: July 11, 2018 by TLAC. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Faith, Nonfiction » Science & Nature » Philosophy of Science
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Creation is an insightful, thought-provoking, non-partisan theory, the vanguard of our liberation from self imposed limitations, penned for mature individuals. This book is the first segment of a Trilogy, ‘IT IS YOUR TIME TO SHINE’. This travelogue has much to offer, and is therefore destined to be your companion for life.

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biography    creation    evolution    god    humanity    lumen    philosophy    science    self actualization