About The Mystical Traveler Series
To the seeker after freedom, the student after truth, the mystic after God - mine this work. There’s gold within. It’s the resonance that’s key, however the words align, words that surfaced with a cadence all their own.
Some of this material emerged as messages in poetic prose. Others took the form of letters from an unseen friend. Listen as you read. Steep yourself in the Silence that ensues.
"Reach within for what you need.
Your Inner Self is vast indeed."
"Erase all thought.
Be a vessel, not a sleuth.
Seek the Absolute."
"Your journey's done when you are One.
Listen for your cue."
New! A Work of Visionary Fiction
The Uncommon Adventures of Max Stillman
Max Stillman, once a scientist, now a seeker on the road to anywhere, ends up in the Delaware Water Gap, which isn't really in Delaware, at the Blue Star Cafe, which isn't really a cafe, where the real and transcendent trade places. The people he meets shatter his concepts about what it means to be human, offering Max kernels of truth he will never forget...
"Remember the one truth that drives all others. That truth is Love.
Embrace it and you will see how lovingly it sets you free.”
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"When you dream of oceans of bliss,
Bring the Light from that world into this."
About One Scared Moment: "A book filled with joy - about self-love and self-awareness, and the creativity, compassion and kindness of each moment. These heart-felt poems must be read out loud and then meditated upon, IMO. 'Time turns to dust. So enjoy it we must.' Fawn Moran's eloquent-resonant words. I recommend a walking meditation in the forest, that's where I'm going on a misty Sunday morning with this book of blessings and oneness. Highly recommend."
Joanna Cameron, Author of many books on Spirituality & Self-Healing joannacameron.com
About Living Prayer: “I picked up this book not quite knowing what to expect. What I found were poetry written from the soul of a mystic. There is nothing I love reading more than the narratives of mystic writers because the thoughts are so divine, and the words are like water to my hungry soul. It’s a short book, but it packs a powerful and inspiring punch.”
Theologian & Inspirational Author C. Orville McLeish