Shakti Gawain

Born Carol Louisa Gawain, she graduated from the University of California with a degree in fine arts and dance in the mid 1970s.[3]

Gawain's best known book is Creative Visualization: Use the Power of Your Imagination to Create What You Want in Life (1978).[4] It has been a bestselling book for nearly 40 years.[5] The book was said to have inspired Des'ree's 1994 hit song "You Gotta Be". Gawain was the co-founder, with Marc Allen, of New World Library Publishing Company[6] and founder of Nataraj Publishing, a division of New World Library.

Gawain and her husband, Jim Burns, divided their time between California and Hawaii. Her father was a professor at a military academy in Northern California. Her mother, Elizabeth M. Gawain (1921—2017 [1]), was a city planner for HUD in Washington DC in the 1970s.

Books by Shakti Gawain

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Living in the Light: A guide to personal transformation

Authors: Shakti Gawain

In Self-improvement

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In Living in the Light, Shakti Gawain introduced a powerful new way of life: that of listening to one's own intuition and relying on it as a guiding force. In the newly revised edition of that classic work, she elaborates on her original ideas, adding aspects of her own experiences and learning process over the past twelve years.