Waking Maya

By W. J. Goldie
(Xlibris Corporation, Paperback, 9781413421514, 280pp.)

Publication Date: January 2008

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Every once in a while an important novel crosses my desk. Waking Maya is Important with a capital I If I could put one book in the hands of everyone today, this would be the book. A must read " Twenty-two-year-old Maya Burke discovers a tattered old journal on her mothers farm, written by her father, a man who mysteriously vanished years ago. Astonishingly, it is both a messageand a warningmeant specifically for her. Maya learns that the world is poised at the doorstep of a massive cultural change. And she must play a role in making it happen So begins Mayas journey, for a father she never knew and the visions he foretold. Across a rapidly changing physical and psychological landscape, her quest propels her from a community of spiritual seekers in the Rocky Mountains to a secret remote-viewing program in Washington, D.C., to a shattering revelation at one of the Earths power vortexes of native tradition. Along the way, Maya unravels the secrets of her past, and encounters the awesome power of a global transformation in the making. "Waking Maya is a carefully plotted mystery, psychological study and a work of metaphysical exploration Goldie is a sensitive and illuminating writer, exploring the strange twists and turns of our thought processes with the skill of a depth psychologist."Drew Leder, M.D., Ph.D., author of Spiritual Passages: Embracing Lifes Sacred Journey and Sparks of the Divine Waking Maya is a rarity a novel of fresh ideas for the modern spiritual seeker. Goldies synthesis of several highly evocative theories enlightens in a page-turning adventure story that zooms along right up to its riveting conclusion. I know of no other novel that tackles existential and metaphysicalissues with such creativity, optimism, and joy." Waking Maya reveals the secret behind The Secret. It is that profound."
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