Zen Surfer and the Mind of God Download PDF eBook

Zen Surfer and the Mind of God Download PDF eBook

 

The book named Zen Surfer and the Mind of God that written by Ross Dadds was published by Pageturner Press and Media publishing house on 02/24/2022. Zen Surfer and the Mind of God has 466 pages.
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Two men strive to shape the minds of all people: one to liberate, one to enslave.

While studying in Nepal in 2019, gifted healer Dion Joyce is given a resource capable of uniting humanity – the Brahman Bible. He returns from Kathmandu to Australia, charged with the task of bringing lasting peace to all mankind. In Melbourne, the head of an underground church, Randolph Gruber, initiates a plan to unlock the power of entrainment, knowing that its mystical power is key to exploiting humanity on a global scale. Also in Melbourne, Jean-Claude Liberte has studied science and spiritualism for decades, dreaming of one day bridging all cultural divides. Dion, known to his friends as Zen Surfer, directs Jean-Claude to combine his years of research with the Brahman Bible and distribute the product through the Organization of Monists’ (OM’s) global network, combating Gruber’s evil church in the process. During a wellness course, Zen Surfer meets the love of his life, Magenta Silva. Together they delve deep into the realm of Samadhi – a Sanskrit term involving

the meditative state of mind in which the unity of all things is experienced. They uncover the oneness of all energy and forces, reinforcing Dion’s plan to unite mankind. But will the healing power of entrainment be unlocked too late? Global conflict or universal harmony? Evil domination or spiritual mastery? The salvation and evolution of humankind hang in the balance.