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Debra Drecksel, a former attorney, currently facilitates win-win processes and training for businesses and government. Her creative, nurturing side and her love of novels, adventure, and human relationships led her to write fiction. She lives outside Phoenix, Arizona with her husband. Visit her website at www.HiddenDimensionsNovel.com
This novel takes the almost incredulous paradoxes of quantum physics: perfect beauty and truth and then applies them to a life that has excessively fallen apart and lost all meaning.The person of an orphaned young girl, challenged and challenging provides the transitional pathway to a transcendent awareness. The author takes the fragments of this shattered life and with astute observation and caring allows them to fall together at a higher order.
This journey ultimately takes place in a nurturing cocoon-like relationship with a doctoral student in theoretical quantum physics. Don't be misled by this meta-scientific backdrop.This story has the insight and passion of a most compelling story of love and healing. The primal wound of the absence of meaning is replaced by a holistic mindfulness and compassion in action.A recurrent theme is that there are no neutral thoughts and that you receive the essence of what you are thinking about. While modeling that all minds are joined Ms. Drecksel transforms the stable illusion of the wounded child of despair and chaos into a child of transcendent stillness and light. READ THIS BOOK!!! David Parrish, M.D. Author: "Nothing I See Mean Anything", "Quantum Question, Quantum Answers".
I recently read Debra Drecksel's new novel, Hidden Dimensions. It's a story about a woman's journey to discover her true self and purpose in life and along the way, finds not only those things, but love as well. What I really appreciate about Debra's book is that it gives a perfect demonstration of superficial sex, why it doesn't work, and why sane sex is a much more satisfying, rewarding choice.
At one point in the story, Monica, the main character, searches for love and connection by having a string of one night stands. Rather than feeling close to anyone, she instead begins to lose sight of herself. She's doing what many people do in real life: following today's dating model over and over, expecting to find emotional intimacy at some point. This behavior fits the classic definition of insanity, doing the same thing repeatedly expecting a different outcome. Being an intelligent woman, she soon concludes that this approach will not bring her the meaningful relationship she longs for. Monica learns that putting emotional intimacy ahead of physical intimacy, as presented in the sane sex model, nurtures her body and soul and ultimately leads to love.
I didn't know the author before she wrote this novel, and I know she had no idea what the term "sane sex" meant as she was writing. Nonetheless, I couldn't have written a clearer illustration of how and why sane sex works than Debra's work provides. Thanks Debra! Worth Waiting For: Sane Sex for Singles
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