Words of a publisher
Here are the appreciative words of a publisher
willing to publish my book.
Dear Mr. Fortin:
We have read your manuscript, and we would be pleased to publish it.
Juxtaposing ideas traditionnally associated with religion and
philosophy, "Intimate Conversations with Consciousness" offers a
potentially unique look at the processes that might underscore the
functioning of the human psyche. You ground the work on a belief "that
nobody has a soul, but that WE ARE SOULS, living and experiencing in a
Conscious Universe". Along the way you take into account the kinds of
challenges one might face in a modern world, frequently positing a need
to look inward with the goal of reconciling some of the potentially
mysterious facets of being.
You follow a description of how you may have come to discover a
potential within yourself to be a "universal teacher" with a discussion
on the "Big Bang", which you analyze according to various theological,
historical, and scientific interpretations. Closing this chapter with
an assertion that "The souls are angels living on Earth," you go on to
the next section to define "Man's role on Earth". Here you explain that
a human being "is not only an animal subject to the caprices and
hazards of nature, but [one] endowed with reason and intuition." As
such the individual may have a responsability to "promote" as well as
to "safeguard" life. Additional sections focus on the concept of death,
reincarnation, and the likely role of "karma" in a soul's path. You
also devote considerable space to the issue of dreams and your view of
a link between a person's sleeping experience and his or her waking
life. Later you outline a plan for living "spiritually" that includes
directing "energy to all those who need it".
From thoughts on Creation to the possible inplications of the number
thirteen, "Intimate Conversations with Consciousness" encompasses a
range of subject matter. You incorporate an understanding of diverse
belief systems, including Christianity and Buddhism, while surveying
the way one person might correspond to another or to a comparatively
larger plane of existence. As a whole your contribution blends
experience and research with spiritual interpretation in an effort to
enlighten as well as to provoque thought.