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Symphonic Bridges Paperback – March 9, 2014
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It discombobulates from the first paragraph, throws you off your stride. It's certainly not a book for people who like easy populist reading. I have been interested in spiritual teachings for a long time and the author's ideas on the nature of reality chimed. I also had an interest in breathwork, yoga, meditation and therapeutic fasting, so I guess I was halfway there already.
It's a curious book...half spiritual guide, half autobiography. The author clearly loves language and plays with it endlessly, picking words apart and putting them back together again like a child with a set of building blocks.
Bottom line, it made me think and it made me try to stop thinking - it made me try to feel, to be. There's music that goes with it too, posted on YouTube - and that's pretty damn good too. [ ... ]
I love the author's honesty at the frailty of words. He says: "I know i have probably lost most of prospective readers by now, trying to deal with too many things and skimming only over Ultimate Truths. However, those who are still with me understand that the game of words is hopeless from the start when it comes to such spheres of life as Sphere of the White Light. We all know that Big Answers come in silence. When surface mind quiets down. And listens."
If you are a seeker and want something that doesn't insult your intelligence or preach at you; if you're looking for something honest AND erudite and, fundamentally, hugely human, I reckon you should hand over your bucks for this.