If you’re at all like me (and really, what idiot would be?), when faced with a big creative project like writing a book, the first thing you should do is just relinquish all control over the process because, quite frankly, you don’t have a clue where it is going to head…
The Enternalist started as a part fiction, part non-fiction look at one soul as he/she reincarnated through many lives, growing along the way. A few days and a lot of index cards later and it is now a pure non-fiction project called Being the Soul.
Somewhere along the line, I realized that I don’t want to be known for my ideas on reincarnation, past lives, or what the spirit world looks like. I do believe reincarnation is a fact of life, but after reading a few authors on the subject and all their often bizarre accounts of the afterlife, I knew I didn’t want to getting into a pissing match on what “really” happens after you die.
It is very easy to get side-tracked when you write a book.
After stepping back, looking into my soul, and going for a long walk into the wilderness, I knew I had to come back to my message:
You are not a Person. You are a Soul.
After that, it was clear what I had to include in the book, and more importantly – what I had to cut.
It's Time To Wake Up
Mystical Oneness and the Nine Aspects of Being is a step-by-step guide to enlightenment and beyond.
It's Time To Be Happy
It's Time Let Go
Imagine I have only seven days left to live.