Peter Mulraney is a modern day or urban mystic. Unlike ancient mystics, he’s not secluded in a monastery or ashram but lives an everyday life much like yours.
Making Space For The Divine invites you to join Peter in reflecting on some of the insights he’s received from making space for the divine in his busy life.
Peter sees himself as a mystic and not a guru, so this is a book of insights to contemplate, not a set of teachings you will be asked to believe.
Hopefully, while you’re reflecting on Peter’s insights, you’ll receive a few of your own.
About the Author
Peter grew up in country South Australia, before going to Adelaide to complete high school and attend university. While he was studying in the city, he met an Italian girl and forgot to go home. Now he’s married and has two grown children.
He worked as a teacher, an insurance agent, a banker and a public servant. Now, he gets to write every day instead.
He is the author of the Inspector West and Stella Bruno Investigates crime series; the Living Alone series, for men who find themselves alone at the end of a long term relationship; and the Everyday Business Skills series for people looking to take advantage of his knowledge and skills.
As a mystic, he has written several books which explores some of life's deeper questions, including Sharing the Journey: Reflections of a Reluctant Mystic, and My Life is My Responsibility: Insights for Conscious Living.