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This book is a work of fiction dealing with spiritual themes from the Bhagavad Gita and works of other religions including the Apannaka Jataka, Hindu and Buddhist Philosophy, the Zohar, the Quran, and deals with themes of universal consciousness as the force and identity of all. The book deals with themes of karma, reincarnation, consciousness, the creator, good and evil, forgiveness, quantum entanglement, manifestation, past lives, dreams, akashic records, and the afterlife.
“Your dreams are where the information and memories are stored,” she said. “The difference between what happened and what you dreamed simply depends upon the perspective of the dreamer.”
Join an intrepid journal writer and mysterious holder of cosmic knowledge, whose journal entries trigger mystical states of consciousness in visions, dreams and memories. Enigmatic bonds of spiritual wisdom unify karmic destinies in Ben Benyamin’s debut novel.
“In my case,” she explained, “Everything you dream becomes reality.”
A journal from a prior lifetime reveals metaphysical secrets and how events materialized, raising as many questions as answers. The story retraces soul memories and altered states of consciousness through past lives and reincarnation to arrive in the dimension of trees, a beautiful place of self-discovery and quantum absurdity.
“What looks like light organizes into data,” she explained. “When you see light transferred from the sun, to the trees, through the coils, to the light bodies, you understand the light bodies download and upload data, containing information, knowledge, thoughts, emotions, experiences, desires, and everything else in existence."
“There is a reason you remain in the grove, a reason for everything. Set from the beginning. There is one journey at the end. Remember.”
Spellbinding and emotionally charged, the Journal contains secret cosmic truths surrounding its original purpose and author, and rewards of hidden knowledge and understanding.
Will you sail the currents of existential awareness on a trip to experience the Journal of Cosmic Memories? Destination: Beyond the doors of perception.
About the Illustrations: Enjoy brilliant paintings in this illustrated edition, including original brush and digital artworks, presented by Jenny Richter, the artist and editor. This entrancing artwork inspires elevated interpretive dimensions of the Journal, offered here in full color illustrations. Print editions also available.
About the Author: Ben Benyamin lives in Pennsylvania. He practiced law as a civil rights attorney for twenty years before writing this book. His favorite places are Jerusalem, New Orleans, and any tropical island. He has a most wonderful wife and two beautiful children who mean the world to him. He enjoys family time, and then, in no particular order, reading and writing words, ancient books and texts, writing music and playing musical instruments, rare times with friends, foreign languages, spiritual seeking, cooking, hikes in the woods, walking his dog, and communing with nature.
About the Artist/Editor: Jenny Richter lives in Pennsylvania. Her artwork flows from connections to universal collective consciousness and reflects subconscious memories and messages through imagery recalling our Akashic knowledge. Jenny is a well trained and self-propelled painter and sculptor. She is also a surface artisan in the construction sector. Jenny is trained as a hypnosis facilitator. As of the instant publication, Jenny is also a Literary Editor. Sphinx-like, her favorite occupation is to ponder beneath the pines. Jenny grew up and spent her wilder years in post wall Berlin sharing time with other creative misfits. She moved to the US to create a family. Her mantra: observe, create & remember.
NOTE: The Journal of Cosmic Memories may captivate you and may not be appropriate for any person who does not exist.
A Journal of Cosmic Memories: The Dimension of Trees | Paperback Edition, Black and White, Illustrated, 6"x9", India/Asia Distribution