This fascinating and wide-ranging book is the true story of a coolly rational and deeply unhappy person who sought release from the tyranny of the mind. Having entered the stream of awakening, he set out to find what might lie beyond.
This is not yet another version of I found my salvation in Jesus. No religio-moral sentimentality will be found here. The authors message is, as Socrates pointed out, that an unexamined life is not worth living. This book is addressed to all those people who are genuinely interested in the question of what it means to be a human being, in the hope that it will encourage them to widen their horizons and not be limited by them.