Candles on The Ganges
Following the tragic death of his young son and armed only with a basic belief in life after death the author set off on a six year search for his son. The journey was to take him deep into the spiritual world of mediumship (channeling) and meditation and as he trained in these, other doors... show more
Following the tragic death of his young son and armed only with a basic belief in life after death the author set off on a six year search for his son. The journey was to take him deep into the spiritual world of mediumship (channeling) and meditation and as he trained in these, other doors opened, with those higher spiritual beings we call angels intervening in his life and guiding him on his journey to understanding. The author tells the story of this inner journey as he travels through the holy places of India seeking a rishi to take him to a higher level during meditation so that he can once again feel his son's presence and know that he is happy. As he travels, the loving people he meets, with their innocence and joyful laughter, warm his heart while his little son sits, just out of sight, saying, "I am here with you dad!" Ultimately he finds what he is searching for in a most unexpected place and from a completely unexpected source. As you follow the author on his journey he gives clear, logical explanations for much of what we would call the occult or the mystic; from ghosts and poltergeists to levitation and psychometry and as he delves into the blurred boundary where science and religion come together he even explains his theory on eternal life. Candles on The Ganges is about the illusion that we call life and the reality that lies beyond it. It is a book of spiritual growth and understanding wrapped up in an enthralling journey through India. While the subject matter is obviously a sad one the book manages to be both uplifting and thought provoking and could even be life changing.
Publish date: 2016-06-30
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2010-12-22)
Pages no: 250
Edition language: English