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About Robin Wildt Hansen
Robin Wildt Hansen is a visionary author whose main mission is to find and give expression to the realities that lie beyond the surface level of easy truths.
Robin is a graduate of Theology and Religious Studies, and an avid student of mythology, neuroscience, modern physics and psychology. He has carried out extensive field research on the Afro-Brazilian religion Candomble.
However, he also enjoys letting go of his lofty Author Ego and writing just for fun.
Half English, half Danish, Robin was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has lived in a variety of countries.
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All around you, minds are shaped by social media, ads, junk food, drugs, the news and other stimulation. It is easy to give in to these influences and never give your gift to the world. It is easy to let yourself be moulded into a mindless employee, a greedy consumer and a broke patient. Fortunately, there is an alternative to stimulation.
The stoic path delineated in this book elevates your life and opens you up to the deeper happiness that only Meaning can provide. Your Great Work is the most satisfying path, although it is not easy. Not easy until you gain momentum, that is. This book will guide you as you strengthen your willpower and enter a loop of action and satisfaction that breathes life into the Great Work that is your unique gift to the world.
His reality breaks down, and he ends up in a psychiatric ward. He is offered the possibility to enter a drug-free "spiritual healing programme", but only if he stakes his brain in a bet with the ambitious psychiatrist, Dr Memphis, who needs an uncontaminated schizophrenic brain for his research.
Arkin's healing entails projection to a reality whose physical laws are governed by the logic of myth.
Each region of this world appears as the inside of a Tarot card. Arkin makes his way through the Major Arcana, up the Tree of Life, in his quest for the Tarot card of completion - The World - where everyday reality and magic fuse to become the Gold of the Alchemists. To have a chance to reach this goal, however, he must work on himself and his relationship with gods, devils and other mythical creatures.
The World takes the reader on an intense ride through the Tarot cards seen as locations in consciousness. It explores the relationship between consciousness and mythology on the one hand and, on the other, happiness and success in the normal world.