The Way of the Nowhere Man : From Darkness to Light
Human life as a journey from darkness to light: Is there a deeper meaning to life beyond the day-to-day drama of mere survival in a world that is full of contradictions? Humans as multidimensional beings: Is there more to us? Reincarnation and past lives somewhere in time: Is there life after death? Good versus evil-the universal battle within: Is it real? A path to the new world: Where are we going? In THE WAY OF THE NOWHERE MAN, Vladimir takes you on a profound inner journey and explores some of the fundamental issues in his life: fear of death, codependent relationships, the question of good versus evil, the phenomenon of free will, and the true meaning of self-esteem. Vladimir's search for the meaning of life begins many years ago with the unfamiliar thought that human beings are principally good at heart, as presented by Erich Fromm in his wonderful book The Art of Loving. This search later includes the spiritual Guide Lectures, which Vladimir studied at the Phoenicia Pathwork Institute in the Catskills, New York - a priceless well of wisdom channeled to us by an awesome non-corporeal being named Guide, which points, beyond any doubt, to our Divine nature. In describing his past life regression therapy with Dr. Thorwald Dethlefsen and Ruediger Dahlke (the bestselling authors of Illness as a Way), Vladimir introduces three of his extraordinary past life personalities-Mary, Angus, and Aaron-and re-experiences their moments of triumph and joy, as well as their tears of sorrow. This wonderful journey into the endless landscape of Vladimir's subconscious underscores that the threads of self-denial continue to alternate in one's life experiences until fear and mistrust of life fall away. Through the examination of the root causes and effects, readers are given a unique opportunity for self-analysis to enable them to identify their own demons and unravel life's greater mysteries with a view to reaching the ultimate goal: the rediscovery of the Divine self and the acknowledgement of the one Universal Truth.
- Paperback | 188 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.94mm | 344.73g
- 29 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations