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by Cliff Durfee
Cliff Durfee resides just north of San Diego in Encinitas, California. I prefer direct, inner experience for developing a relationship with The Divine within and Cliff's book, Stories For the Inner Ear, does just that.
Cliff Durfee resides just north of San Diego in Encinitas, California. in Education from Arizona State University, and worked for over a decade in the area of complex computer software design. It was clear early on that his primary talent and joy was through creativity. It is laced with layered symbolism and will work on your subconscious in more ways than your mind will wrap around, but your heart and soul will be grateful for.
Cliff Durfee wrote these inspired allegorical stories that helped him and others with insights for life choices. Author of two previous books, Cliff is also founder of Live Love Laugh and has many years experience developing intuition and assisting people in fulfilling their dreams. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.
Cliff was at his final session for the Kinda Latin album, which completed four tracks. 1. Concrete and Clay – the Unit 4 + 2 number 1 hit from earlier in the year in March (this version was removed from the top spot by Cliff’s own The Minute You’re Gone). 2. Blowin’ in the Wind – the classic folk song written by Bob Dylan from 1963 I overseen by Stock, Aitken ad Waterman (who had
Cliff Durfee has a novel way of presenting short stories. This also leaves one with a dilemma-where to place a bookmark for the night since the inclination is to see what's just beyond the next page
Cliff Durfee has a novel way of presenting short stories. Instead of a simple collection of eleven stories, this book is a complete novel that cleverly weaves each story into the major plot. The reader has a choice. This also leaves one with a dilemma-where to place a bookmark for the night since the inclination is to see what's just beyond the next page. The readers of this book include a wide range of people. So far, the readers who have loved this book are from 10 to 89 years old.
His latest and greatest book is ?Stories for the Inner Ear? (ww. On June 27 of this year we interviewed author, designer, environmentalist Cliff Durfee on Freedom for All Radio! Sadly and tragically, Cliff passed away in October. com) - foreword by Jack Canfield - focusing on truly getting in touch with your inner voice and intuition through the wonderful world of story telling and allegories. In his honor, we are replaying his interview today as a tribute to him and his work. We are thankful to him and all he has done over the years. Cliff joins us to speak on a subject he’d been following and studying for over three years: chemtrails.
Sir Cliff was seen grimacing as he put his finger to his ear outside London's Grosvenor House Hotel, prior to. .
Sir Cliff was seen grimacing as he put his finger to his ear outside London's Grosvenor House Hotel, prior to presenting an award at the event. What happens is that the tiny hair cells would have been damaged within the inner ear and typically people with that damage would notice hearing problems with background noise and clarity of speech. Miss Twitchen added: ‘Often with noise exposure it’s not uncommon to get tinnitus, it’s a ringing or buzzing but it is not caused by an external source.
Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground is the fourth album by Bright Eyes and the 46th release of Saddle Creek Records. The band made its national television debut in support of the album, performing "The Trees Get Wheeled Away" (a track that was not on the album) on the Late Show with David Letterman. The album is referenced in the Jonathan Franzen novel Freedom when the main characters Walter and Richard attend a Bright Eyes concert in Washington . during the "Lifted" tour.
Mildred snatched the book with a laugh. Faber was a gray moth asleep in his ear, for the moment. Read a few lines and off you go over the cliff. Bang, you're ready to blow up the world, chop off heads, knock down women and children, destroy authority. Beatty stood near the drop hole waiting, but with his back turned as if he were not waiting. Well," he said to the men playing cards, "here comes a very strange beast which in all tongues is called a fool. I know, I've been through it al.
This book is destined to be a classic for three major reasons: 1) the stories take on a life of their own and rereading them is not only a delight, but is also enlightening; 2) one of the most interesting subjects to humans is self discovery; and this book provides the reader with a never ending parade of "aha" moments; 3) in the novel portion of the overall story, the mystery surrounding the grandfather, and the sometimes humorous adventures of the grandson, enjoyably pulls one through the book.
One reader confessed to slowing down his reading pace to make the book last longer. This also leaves one with a dilemma—where to place a bookmark for the night since the inclination is to see what's just beyond the next page. The readers of this book include a wide range of people. So far, the readers who have loved this book are from 10 to 89 years old. Although some people naturally gravitate to allegorical and somewhat fanciful stories, this book offers everyone a way to have a more profound experience of their intuition and inner instincts. Regardless of the reader, a common effect is the desire to share how a particular story relates to one's life and what they got out of it. A wonderful opportunity exists for a group setting with people willing to share their own personal insights.
The Foreword was written by Jack Canfield, cocreator of the "Chicken Soup for the Soul®" series, and the coauthor of "The Success Principles." Years ago, Canfield endorsed Cliff’s first two books and also expresses enthusiasm about this one. In the Foreword Canfield writes, “I believe ‘Stories for the Inner Ear’ can lead one to a profound discovery of how to get in touch with that voice within. Somehow, Cliff has been able to capture the delicate essence of what causes the mind to dive to greater depths in the inner world.”
Isabel Pichler, ten years old, is quoted on the back cover as saying: “Fantastic book, perfect for those who like to read. I wish I had a grandfather who told me stories like that. Amazing!”
Kitty Cameron, eighty-nine years old, said: “This book should be made into a movie! I was thrilled to read it and couldn’t put it down. It even helped bring back wonderful memories, which is a blessing at my age.”
These eleven stories lead to that mystical place you love—where your “inner ear” and intuition hear that wise voice within as it whispers profound answers. Connecting the stories is an overall story about a remarkable grandfather—a wise man who listens to problems, yet never gives advice. Instead, he just says, “That reminds me of a story; do you want to hear it?” Creative solutions arise when you listen with your “inner ear.”
As Shawn seeks out his grandfather for a new story to help solve a monumental crisis, many mysteries surface. Questions arise such as how these stories can hold so many truths for so many people; how the grandfather can recall the stories word-for-word; the secret behind the blue orb’s surprise appearances; and the connection between the Orion constellation, the Egyptian pyramids, and the grandfather’s secrets.
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Cliff Durfee wrote these inspired allegorical stories that helped him and others with insights for life choices. Author of two previous books, Cliff is also founder of Live Love Laugh and has many years experience developing intuition and assisting people in fulfilling their dreams.