After such horticultural discourses as presented by Anna Pavord, Willem Lemmers and Mike Dash, another work must be added to the list of tomes written about tulips: Eva Ariela Lindeberg’s Tulip Love. Eva goes where no other author has gone before. She discusses the kabbalistic tulip; the healing tulip; the language of tulips as well as tulip exercises and meditations, to name only a few of her esoteric and profound explorations. A surprising and enlightening read.
Scott D. Appel, The Green Man Author of Tulips (Friedman/Fairfax, 1999)
A warm-hearted and appreciative self-help guide.
September 6, 2007 – Midwest Book Review (Oregon, WI, USA)
Artist Eva Ariela Lindberg presents Tulip Love: A Healing Model for Individuals and Communications, a guide to befriending one’s inner Self, open up to the healing and nurturing power of touch, and help build an empowering community. “Tulip” means “Perfect Love” in Persian mythology; here, the blooming process of the tulip is a metaphor for a positive model of healing and love suitable for individuals and communities alike. Tulip love also delves into the history, botany, and archetypal meaning of the tulip, even as it discusses how to draw more beauty into one’s life. A warm-hearted and appreciative self-help guide.
. . . a great answer to our stressful lives . . . This may evoke a new era of romance and strengthen the building of communities, which we so need in our isolated lives.
Eric Vermetten, MD, Psychiatrist Ph.D., Netherlands
. . . I see Tulips everywhere – before I did not even notice them . . . Beware, if you read this book , you might become a Tulip O’Holic!
Steven Blitz, Book Publisher, New York