Ashram Tang

Overview

This is a story for people who know that there is more to living than meets the eye.

You will be there with Ashram Tang, going right to the edge of his universe... and yours... and then transcending them both.

Ashram Tang was separated from the others at birth. Ashram Tang was left for dead. But Ashram Tang miraculously survived. No one had ever survived such an ordeal before. No one.

When Ashram Tang returned...

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Overview

This is a story for people who know that there is more to living than meets the eye.

You will be there with Ashram Tang, going right to the edge of his universe... and yours... and then transcending them both.

Ashram Tang was separated from the others at birth. Ashram Tang was left for dead. But Ashram Tang miraculously survived. No one had ever survived such an ordeal before. No one.

When Ashram Tang returned ... some considered him special. Some of the elders considered him a threat to their power and control within the hierarchy. Most just considered him odd.

No one had ever come back from "death" death before... until Ashram Tang.

At first nobody believed him. But Ashram Tang saw something. Ashram Tang KNEW something.

Ashram Tang made a discovery that changed his life... and the world around him... forever.

And... Ashram Tang could not wait to see what would happen next.

This story contains many spiritual, metaphysical, and common sense truths and realizations in the form of allegory and metaphor. With each reading of this book, new ones are discovered by the reader, much as when watching a movie for the second time, new things are discovered that were missed the first time through.

Ashram Tang lives within a society much like ours today. Some people "get it", but most go about their daily lives in a daze.

There are political structures and individuals and groups that care only about their power and control over the masses.

There are some open minded scholars and thinkers that are skeptical but open to the truth.

There is Ashram Tang, who does not allow the pressures of society and the collective to keep him from discovering a greater truth.

This is a great story that draws the reader in from the start. The characters are compelling, as is the story and the message. You will want to find out what happens next with each short chapter. An easy and fast read, this is a profound story for adults and children of all ages.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780982326909
  • Publisher: Connecting Wave
  • Publication date: 5/26/2010
  • Pages: 134
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.29 (d)

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