Troubador Mind Flight

Released: 28/06/2015

ISBN: 9781784622732

Format: Paperback

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Mind Flight

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Molly is a thirty-year-old woman searching for the meaning of life, looking for an answer to the three questions that she has not yet found an answer to: Who am I? What is my purpose? When will I know? Her partner Jake is a forty-year-old cynical film producer who has no interest in the answers to life. He thinks that life is just what it is:?a struggle until you die and then it’s over. They embark on a Mind Flight journey into the unknown, where everything is slowly revealed as being known. It is a journey that is spiritual, fearful, informative and, more importantly, a story of truth – a truth of the self of the human being. It also reveals how we function, how our beliefs and emotions restrict us and how nothing is as it really seems. When we face the truth of life, its magic reveals itself to us in all its mysterious wonder. It is a journey of immense possibility, heartbreaking truth and uncomfortable reality, where Molly gets the answers to her questions as Jake turns from a cynic into a believer at the very moment that life is about to be taken away by the only thing that we have no control over:?Death... Mind Flight, similar in tone to The Alchemist by Paulo Coehlo, is a gripping work of spiritual fiction that weaves in self-help elements and teaches as it entertains.

This book has changed my life, it is told in such a way that it is informative and entertaining in equal measure. I have suffered from depression on and off over the past 10 years, it has made me understand depression differently. Since purchasing this book I have been able to stop taking my depression tablets, the first time in 10 years. I have a renewed hope for the future. A miracle!

If you want to feel good buy this book.

by Joyce White


Though not my normal read I picked up the book at the hotel reception to pass the time. I ended up having read every word over the two day stay. A very enjoyable read.

by Glyn Williams


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