Convictions, Dialects and Separations by Andrew Tyson
Communications of the Soul

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Convictions, Dialect and Separation: Communications of the Soul is about a boy becoming a man in a world where he feels all alone. He ventures into death, ghost and the afterlife to say he has seen the other side. Caught in between two worlds, one white like a canvas, the other black like receptive spirituality, the boy encounters the truths of his past, present, and future. His soul was positioned on someone else’s shelf along with all of his dreams.
A game is played in his mind that deals with self-actualization theories and consciousness expansion. In his philosophy, his self comes into complete contact with his imagination. Then the book is close, locked inside of the voice. Also, the book is intended to generate power for the other people in the world to wield their spiritual sword of presence and strength. The underlying nature comes from his internal communication with the dying star that came to him one night. It had no barriers and no levels of thought, only purity and forgiveness.
The speculation of the world’s religious freedoms and the happenings of real time have the chance to change everything. When heart is relinquished of all of its fears, the soul will finally reside in a place of comfort inside of homes.
 

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Published June 30, 2011 by Xlibris. 266 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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