Dawn Vaz-Green is an author, a painter, and a motivational speaker who is also the Executive Director of Green Oasis Publications, a company formed with her husband, fellow author and philosopher, Desmond Green. Since the mid nineties, Green Oasis Publications has published metaphysical books, inspirational books, and children’s books, as well as motivational and ethnic greeting cards.
Born in Jamaica, Dawn is a US citizen who currently resides in Connecticut, USA. She studied at Ontario College of Art, Toronto, Cananda. Though she has held many high-level executive roles in the corporate world, her passion has always remained in the arts. Dawn is past-president of the Jamaican Guild of Artists and currently serves as special advisor to the Board of Directors. She has been professional surrealist painter since 1997, exhibiting in numerous shows in London, USA, Trinidad, and Jamaica.
Dawn began writing in 2001. She is co-publisher of the motivational magazine “ATTITUDE” (Launched in the Caribbean 2002).
Her books as Dawn Vaz-Green include:
– ‘A Passage Through The Valley of Death’ – the true life story of an ex-death row inmate who was a graduate of the Reverence For Life Program.
– ‘Trust Your Journey’
– ‘Thoughts That Zing’
– ‘Ghetto Fabulous’
– ‘A Quantum View Of Self’
– ‘The Issue Is Trust’
– ‘Who Listens To Their Big Sister’
– ‘BreathFusion Blogs
– ‘Angels In Experience’
Her children’s books, written as Dawn Vaz are:
– ‘The Magician & The Mouse’ (Children’s book)
– ‘Ruby’s Hamwalk’ (Children’s book)
– ‘Cow Crosses The Street’
– ‘Cow On Safari’
– ‘Cow’s Winter Vacation’
– ‘Cow Flies With The Birds’
Where to find Dawn Vaz-Green online
Where to buy in print
Thoughts That Zing
by Dawn Vaz-Green
An insightful unfolding of the true self into its rich fullness and beauty. It mirrors the journey of every soul.
All thoughts are creative and powerful. All thoughts have the potential to heal and bind or to scatter and destroy. Our thoughts and feelings direct our lives and create the heaven or hell that we live in and experience.
Therefore to heal our bodies we must change our thoughts.
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