A Spiritual Manifesto for a Better Way of Life
978-1-62795-104-3 | Paperback | 128 pages | 5.1″ x 7″
List Price: $16.95
Not since The Shack and The Alchemist has there been a spiritual work that captivates people from all cultures with its profound message. A worldwide publication phenomenon that now includes 28 countries and 24 languages, The Slave by Anand Dilvar is a story that has to be read and shared. When the story begins, the narrator is trapped in a vegetative state following a terrible accident that has paralyzed his whole body. He is unable to communicate with those around him. Cut off from family and friends he begins an inner conversation with his spirit guide, a conversation which takes him on a journey of self-realization and through a near-death experience, eventually bringing him to a new state of awareness, and an understanding of his deepest self.
In a world where so many feel that they have lost their way, The Slave, often harrowing but ultimately uplifting, will provide answers to all who wrestle with the eternal questions about the real purpose of our time on earth and will encourage reflection upon the direction of our own lives. Written with an engaging simplicity, this truly profound book has the power to change lives. In fact to use the author’s own words, it is designed to shake, shudder, and wake us up. It is a book that has nothing to do with success, social recognition, or with the accumulation of goods. Instead, it has everything to do with joy, love, and peace.
Anand Dilvar’s fascination with ancient and new philosophies and techniques of human growth has led him to more than eighteen countries, where he has visited and met spiritual teachers in their communities. He founded the Vision Quest Centre in Valle Bravo, Mexico which people from all around the world visit, and where, for over fifteen years the author has run conferences, retreats, and seminars. In Mexico, he is regularly invited to appear on radio and TV to share his approach to what he calls the Revolution in Consciousness.