WOODLAND HILLS, CA, February 05, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Jamshid Hosseini
writes, "Travel Within: 7 Steps to Wisdom and Inner Peace"; a spiritual self-help book
written to appeal both to dreamers and doubters. A near-death experience
triggered a change in the author that led him to these steps, which are supported by research in science, religion and philosophy.
Mr. Hosseini's goal is to elevate human consciousness
enough so that we may avoid the cataclysmic disaster that lies ahead in one of our possible futures - a disaster that has been predicted by scientists
and, of course, most major religions
Do we really need to find ourselves up to our knees in blood before salvation
arrives? And is it really necessary for us to rely on an outside power to save us, like Jesus
or the 12th Imam
? What if the answer were actually within ourselves? What if the physical and metaphysical paths of inquiry - science and faith
- led to the same place? What if God
were really all just different expressions of the same force?
Mr. Hosseini has been both rich and poor, Persian and American, Hindu and Buddhist, alive and dead. He practiced Baha'i Faith in Iran and was beaten by Muslims for it. He begged for his food in India, lived on a hill overlooking a king's palace in Iran and toiled for a monk in Katmandu. He took counsel from the famous Rajneesh in Pune and built his own successful business in California. He was nearly killed twice during the Iran-Iraq war, and to conquer fear of death
, he was asked by his master in India to drink cobra venom tea so that he would die.
He did it. (And survived)
was ghost-written by Dave Cunningham, author and/or editor of seven non-fiction books and novels. He is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in magazines and newspapers worldwide. Cunningham's inspirational novel, "Messages," was released in 2001, and he taught creative writing for the California State University, Fullerton, and Extended Education program.
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