Tuesday, July 23, 2013

We are all inexorably drawn towards enlightenment. Our collective choice is how long it will take… SIMON BOYLAN



Joshua Black is a man in crisis. Having lived for a decade numb by material distractions and fleeting pleasures, he is suddenly ripped violently from his comfortable slumber. Reminded of his lost love and his former quest for meaning, he is compelled to travel the world in search of answers. Encountering philosophers and scientists, doctors and sages, he finds answers to questions he never thought to ask and meaning that he never thought possible. Made aware of the unlimited possibilities that surround us, Josh is constantly reminded that our lives are all reflections of the choices we make. His journey leads him to make critical decisions that will change his life forever...









 
Image of Simon BoylanSimon Boylan (born 16th March 1976) is an author, filmmaker and personal development specialist. He completed his honors degree in Philosophy at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, and has gone on to study Chinese Medicine and various Eastern healing modalities. Simon has practiced Qigong for over a decade and is well versed in Asian meditative and spiritual traditions. He is the author of the novel 'Spirits at the Dawn of Day' and focuses on creative projects that help promote individual and collective spiritual evolution.