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Book Title: The Road to Shambhala|
Date of issue: November 5th 2012
ISBN 13: 9780974741796
The author of the book: Gerald R. Stanek
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 3.88 MB
Edition: Shiver Hill Books
Read full description of the books The Road to Shambhala:From the author of Skirting the Gorge, and The Eighth House comes a new novel of initiation. Brendon Pearce has no faith in faith. He doesn’t believe in thinking his way into positive places like his sister Cassidy. He doesn’t believe in psychics or spirit guides, but they believe in him. Seeking a new life, or at least an escape from his old one, Brendon finds himself among artists, UFO enthusiasts, healers and psychics, who urge him to take advantage of his opportunities, and ‘conquer the lower three worlds’.His life is soon filled with intimations, portents, and unexplained phenomena. With their encouragement, he begins to learn the truth about himself, the Earth, and the cosmos. For Brendon, the road to Shambhala leads through Ojai, Sedona, dreams, and of course, the heart.
Read information about the authorI have written several books in the relatively new genre of Visionary or Metaphysical Fiction. When I finished my first novel, The Eighth House, twenty-five years ago, there was no such designation in the publishing industry. The book didn’t fit the fantasy, adventure or mystery molds, and so waited on the shelf. It dealt with expanding awareness, meditation, visioning, divination, the return of the Divine Feminine, and the evolution toward a unified humanity.
Since then I have studied the ancient wisdom and esoteric teachings of various traditions, helping me to become a more conscious writer. When I work, I seek to be an active participant in the exchange of energy and information between the mundane and ethereal worlds. My latest works, The Road to Shambhala, and Contact and Other Impressions, focus on the interplay between these realms and the effect of transcendental experience on subjective reality.
I have enjoyed a creative partnership of 33 years with my wife, visionary artist Joyce Huntington. Her work can be seen on the covers of my books, and at her website, JoyceHuntingtonArt.com. Joyce has illustrated several of the children’s books and is a constant inspiration to me. The places we have called home—Tucson, Ithaca, Sedona, Ojai—provide the settings for many of the stories.
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