The Messenger of Love:
This is a story about a Grandparent and a Grandchild - a love story - which illustrates how the up-above and the down-below reach out and touch one another, and how ancientness supports and informs the modern mind.
In this book experiences, drawn from altered state journeys and everyday life, are woven together, suggesting that the psyche is full of worlds; that time, our experience, is immersed in timelessness; and that space, our perception, has flexible boundaries.
Light, teetering on the edge of particle-ness, of particular-ness, jumps into form, and so it is that limits, which define the form, are set in place. Within the limits these potentials, to experience and to be experienced, have their place. Self consciousness begins, and self conscious beings, having the ability to reflect on things, have the opportunity to explore beyond the perceived limits.
The author is an explorer, who, in describing the phenomena, is offering the experiences as examples of the potential of ancient shamanic practices to enrich life experience. A new form of adventure emerges, one which is medicine for the modern mind.
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