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About Dylan Morrison
Dylan Morrison is an Irish spiritual author and out of the box Yeshua thinker, now resident in the historic cathedral city of Lincoln, England.
An ex-high school mathematics teacher, he unexpectedly became an author after two mystical experiences gate crashed his humdrum life back in June 2004.
Dylan writes from an inspiring stream of consciousness, particularly for those damaged by or just curious about the psycho-spiritual religious world.
His aim is to remove the religious packaging from around the historical Nazarene prophet, Yeshua bar Yosef, inviting his readers into a practical experience of Yeshua's spirituality.
Dylan's first book 'The Prodigal Prophet', a 'Wizard of Oz' meets Bunyan's 'Pilgrim's Progress', details his roller coaster journey in search of the Divine in the often whacky yet deeply tragic world of Irish Charismatic religion.
Dylan's second book 'Bolts From The Blue', an inspirational daily reader on the mystical search for meaning is now available in paperback and Kindle editions.
'Way Beyond The Blue' is Dylan's third book, a book for both mind and heart. Rooted in the often neglected practice of Christian mysticism, Irish contemplative, Dylan leads us into an exploratory roller-coaster tour of our inner and outer psychological landscapes.
'Matrix Messiah' is possibly Dylan's most controversial book to date, examining the human predicament and the Nazarene, Yeshua bar Yosef, from the perspective of mimetic theory and transpersonal psychology. The hidden message of history's leading religious icon sheds new light on our most human of problems; rivalry and its contagious violence.
'Mystical Steps' is Dylan's most recent book. Concerned by the lack of reading material regarding mysticism within both religious and non-religious spiritual genres, Dylan has penned this little book to encourage the potential mystic on their way. The three main branches of mysticism are outlined and discussed with some practical tips as how our mystical sensitivities may be developed and explored.
Zan, Dylan's long-suffering wife for the past 35 years, is glad that he writes - it gives her a few hours each day to enjoy the peace and quiet that his literary endeavours require.
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The Prodigal Prophet is a page-turning, roller coaster tale of one man's spiritual quest. Travelling through the emotional mine fields of spiritual abuse and religious disillusionment, Morrison's powerful narrative ignites our own hunger for answers to life's big questions. He unexpectedly finds what he's looking for in the most unlikely of places. We might too!
Each pithy reflection aims to release us from our propensity for self-deception, by leading us to the Mystery of Source and its healing offspring, Self-compassion. Morrison's literary tools are humour, mixed with a disarming, Irish honesty as he examines what really makes us tick.
The favoured Linus blankets of both organised religion and New Age philosophies come under his razor-sharp scrutiny, opening up liberating, new areas of exploration for the sincere, spiritual seeker. If you're asking life's big questions, then Divine Love is surely the book for you.
Each short reflection holds a key to Self discovery and personal freedom, advocating a new perspective on the Nazarene and His radical spiritual message. Morrison leads us out of our preconceived take on all things spiritual, leaving us in the more than capable hands of Divine Mystery, that much sought-after pearl of great price. If you are a recovering religious junkie or a novice spiritual seeker then this is the book for you.
Part 1, 'Religious Junkies', is Morrison's somewhat humorous, yet highly perceptive look at the phenomenon of religious zealots, with practical tips on how to live with them.
Part 2, 'Spiritual Abuse', the subliminal dynamic of desire contagion and its hidden role in birthing religious control is examined.
Part 3, 'View From Beyond', is filled with Morrison's pithy observations and insights from outside the flock box of organised religion. Here, he outlines the various stages of healing for his fellow abuse victims, those damaged by their previous involvement in all things sacred.
Reading this much needed survival guide for believer and non-believer alike, is to bring to light the cause of religious fanaticism and subconscious faith group control.