The Abyss to Bliss

The Abyss to Bliss

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Too often our minds are racing with the uncertain worries and anxieties about the future plus guilt and regrets about the past. Worrying on and on about how our marriage is going, about our job or why we were rude to our mother last week. What can we find to complain about now and who can we blame for this and that going wrong. When we are not distracted by TV, computer games and the activities of work; we spend much of our time with our minds in turmoil both day and night with constant thoughts and anxieties. The problem is that there is no on/off switch; the only rest we seem to have is sleep and that can be disturbed. But what if there is a method to quell those crazy and often useless thoughts; what if there is a method to change the uncertain mental abyss that most humans live in, into a state of bliss itself. Is it possible that just by changing our viewpoint on how we see our minds that we can change our lives from the abyss to bliss?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 232 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.21mm | 408.23g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508659397
  • 9781508659396

About Dr Anthony Roland Lethbridge

Anthony Roland Lethbridge was born in Kensington, West London just after the Second World War. He is partly a product of the large-scale changes in society that occurred at that time. It was the swinging 50's and 60's in London; the time of scientific advancement, miniskirts, long hair, the Beatles and freedoms, that had not been known before. This included a greater freedom of thought without the reactions of the pre-war establishment and the church. Along with the increased freedoms generally people were fed up with war and fighting and wanted to create a less aggressive and less formal society. Everything was much more laid back and open to debate than the earlier Victorian era. The secular society was formed. Anthony went on to study Medicine at Guy's Hospital London (qualifying as a Doctor in 1976) and later joined the Royal Air Force. After marrying and having two children he was obviously very busy. He did not have time to write with the commitments of work and family, and it was not until his family had grown up that he had the opportunity to complete his first book THE GIST IN THE MIST' on the basis of reality. Following on from the conclusions of this book he then went on to write 'THE ABYSS TO BLISS'.show more