Maya Noise: Sounds from the Illusionby John Dalton
Instead, he did something more original, rather than pontificate about life he got on with living it. This book is his
Maya Noise is about the life and insights of a modern day mystic. In 1996, at the age of thirty three, John Dalton became enlightened. He could have set himself up as a Guru, changed his name, started a commune, and developed a worldwide following.
Instead, he did something more original, rather than pontificate about life he got on with living it. This book is his account of living an ordinary life with extraordinary knowledge. It deals with what happens after enlightenment. It's written in wine and tears and sunlight. It reads like spiritual pulp fiction and includes a lot of swearing and sexually explicit content. But don't just read it for that.
The central message of this book is so powerful that it made him break his silence after all these years and could, he says, bring about world peace. In the tradition of 'Autobiography Of A Yogi' and with the authority of 'The Power Of Now,' Maya Noise is a refreshing addition to the canon of literature for those searching for the truth, and an unorthodox alternative for those interested in world peace.
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- 5.06(w) x 7.81(h) x 0.33(d)
- Carrboro, North Carolina
- Date of Birth:
- December 10, 1963
- Place of Birth:
- St. Louis, Missouri
- B.A. in English, University of Missouri, 1987; M.F.A. in Creative Writing, University of Iowa, 1993
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