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Shambhala
     

Shambhala

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by Brian E. Miller
 

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What if you woke up in the middle of an Indian jungle wearing only your boxer shorts, to find that you had complete amnesia? This is exactly what happens to Paul, the free spirited traveler and student of yoga.

While on retreat from their hectic New York City lifestyles, Paul and his friend head into the jungles of India to escape the touristy streets and hike to a

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What if you woke up in the middle of an Indian jungle wearing only your boxer shorts, to find that you had complete amnesia? This is exactly what happens to Paul, the free spirited traveler and student of yoga.

While on retreat from their hectic New York City lifestyles, Paul and his friend head into the jungles of India to escape the touristy streets and hike to a nearby waterfall. Deep in the jungle they stop for a swim. Afterward, Paul goes running off alone, finally hopping up on a felled tree to see how far he had gone. Suddenly he slips, smacking his head on a rock below lying unconscious in thick brush, rendering him invisible to any search attempts. The next morning he wakes up with a massive headache and complete amnesia. He is discovered by a couple of small tan monkeys, and realizes that although he doesn't remember who he is or where he belongs in the world, he has the uncanny ability to speak to animals. Mystical monkeys, magical Babas, a hilarious-egotistical tiger, a beautiful butterfly and lone wolf, are just a few of the many allies that help guide him through this magnificent and dangerous world toward Shambhala-a place where he is told that all of his questions can be answered, including that of the immense suffering he encounters at every turn. Great wisdom brings him deep into his heart and high up into the cold mountains, where alone he risks certain death, to find answers at a place he is not even sure exists.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615647395
Publisher:
Wolf William Publishing
Publication date:
07/12/2012
Pages:
200
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

What People are Saying About This

Larry Dossey
This engaging and inspirational journey of self discovery is sure to awaken the hearts of seekers everywhere. —New York Times Bestselling Author Larry Dossey, M.D. Author of Reinventing Medicine and The Power of Premonitions
Beverly Nadler
Brian has skillfully woven a profound message of compassion and Oneness — so important in our world today. It is impossible to read Shambhala, and not be touched by this book. —Beverly Nadler, Author of Vibrational Harmony

Meet the Author

Brian E. Miller is an American author born and raised on Long Island, New York. Brian now has several books in print, both works of fiction and nonfiction, including "One More Chance" and "Small Steps to Giant Leaps". Growing up, Brian was always crafting stories, whether written or verbal, exhibiting a passion for storytelling from a very early age. Today his stories invite the reader to view their own lives through the lens of his unique and interesting characters along their journeys. Often inspired by the magical places and people Brian has encountered along his own worldwide journeys, he creates stories that are not only fun and engaging but often reflect an underlying truth of humanity.

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Shambhala 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Shambhala is everything I searched for and questioned answered in a fun and engaging story of a fantastic journey. I was sad for it to end but luckily, I will read it again. I feel this is a book I will read again and again. What a story! It would be hard to read this b...Read More Shambhala is everything I searched for and questioned answered in a fun and engaging story of a fantastic journey. I was sad for it to end but luckily, I will read it again. I feel this is a book I will read again and again. What a story! It would be hard to read this book without it touching something deep inside of you. : )