Arne Fronsdal is a Norwegian author known for his insightful and thought-provoking books on spirituality, mindfulness, travelogue, and personal growth. Fronsdal’s books provide a unique blend of Eastern and Western cultures, making them accessible to a wide range of readers.
Whether you are new to spirituality and mindfulness or a seasoned practitioner, Arne Fronsdal’s books offer valuable insights and practical tools for personal growth and self-discovery. His writing is clear, accessible, and infused with wisdom and compassion, making his books a valuable addition to any personal growth library.
From Himalaya to South Pacific includes the travel voyage of the writer Arne Fronsdal along with other companions. It signifies the importance of a place inclusive of the historic events and stories of the inhabitants. The magic of life experiences: surviving in unknown lands, being a non-native, cheating death, losing and regaining hope, and discovering a coping mechanism under the toughest circumstances are discovered beautifully in this book.
“Kjeaasen” is a book about the life and hardships of people who lived in a remote place in Norway called Kjeaasen. The book explores why people chose to live in such a place and the challenges they faced, such as crossing the Skaw from Denmark to Norway, avoiding taxes, and surviving in a harsh environment. The story also includes the loss of a child who fell off the steep cliffs, which led to the tethering of children and animals by ropes. The book describes how Kjeaasen was inhabited at different times and currently has only one woman living there.