Synopses & Reviews
Incorporating mysticism and physics, the author reveals eye-opening strategies for spiritual growth
-- Offers specific techniques to help individuals change their experience of living
-- Told through dramatic and inspiring stories
Thom Hartmann's account of his spiritual and physical journeys read like the works of Castenada or Redfield. Weaving personal stories into a how-to narrative, Hartmann vividly shows, tells, and guides readers into and through their own transformations by giving them specific tools for changing their everyday lives.
From the most ancient corner of Jerusalem to a candlelit Detroit temple, where a teacher glows and heals with his hands, to a famine-plagued refugee camp in Uganda, to the bloodied streets of Bogota, Hartmann describes his experiences of expanded consciousness in a way that conveys his spiritual insight with inspiring clarity.
Each chapter shares a personal experience that illuminates a larger concept and shows readers how they can change themselves and their world. Hartmann concludes that the earth is endangered because humans have lost their connection to "the heartbeat of the world", and that modern life has become devoid of meaning because people have lost their connection to their own inner divinity.
In an inspiring summary that melds recent discoveries in science with ancient metaphysical truths, the reader is given specific techniques and tools to reconnect with life and re-create the future.