The Metamorphosis of Charles Mott is a story about a business executive who falls in his bathtub, sustains a skull fracture and goes into a coma. While unconscious, he comes into contact with his superconscious mind. He learns about the effect of thought on reality as it is perceived by each individual. He accepts a challenge from his superconscious to try, when he recovers, to guide the thinking of his fellow human beings into different paths to effectively harmonize with their inner being and intent. The stated purpose is to assist humanity to free itself from the effects of negative thinking. He decides that in order to be convincing, he must demonstrate in his own body that positive thought causes physical changes to occur. He then sets about to rejuvenate his body and gradually changes his physical appearance from a 66 year old to a man in his thirties. About the Author Now a retired business executive residing in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Per Madsen spent most of his productive years in Europe in charge of automotive sales and service for a large automobile manufacturer. Keenly interested in philosophy, he devoted much of his spare time to the study of various books on the subject. As a life member of the Association for Research and Enlightenment, Inc. he was introduced to the Edgar Cayce readings and became a volunteer for the Association engaged in the research and writing of medical Research Bulletins. Believing that consciousness, and particularly human consciousness, is in continuous evolution towards higher levels, he attempts to influence the direction of his own evolution by constantly exposing his mind to new input of philosophical and metaphysical nature.
|Publisher:||Dog Ear Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.34(d)|