Voyager by Robin Craig Clark
The Art of Pure Awareness

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Inspired by the Upanishads sacred writings, Hinduism philosophy and spirituality, the poetry of Zen, Taoism and both Eastern and Western Mysticism. Voyager is an inspirational and transformational work that conveys the inexpressible truth of existence -- we are pure awareness at centre, human in appearance. There is a world behind the world. It shines for all. 
There is a light that shines beyond all things on earth, beyond the highest, the very highest heavens. This is the light that shines in your heart. --Chandogya Upanishad

We are voyagers, set on a course to find our unique purpose and the miracle inside us. In the very heart of humanity is the key to true peace and happiness. Each of the twenty-five chapters presents a voyage toward our inner, True Self, bringing a deeper and wider perspective along the way. Exploring the shores of human-beingness ever more deeply, we realise Soul is the lighthouse -- the light that guides us safely home. By simply experiencing ourselves without distraction of mind, we see through personal drama to our inner true nature. We are all connected in the still ocean of pure awareness.
It is only the mind which appears as the world and as bondage; there is no world other than the mind. On inquiry, this mind turns out to be nothing more than ripples (thoughts) in the still ocean of pure Awareness. --The Ribhu Gita

Pure awareness is an art that requires practice to quiet the surface of mind and still the moving waters of our emotional seas. Awakening is recognising all world appearances are illuminated from the light that shines in our heart.

We stand at the bow of our ship. The sky is clear, the sea is calm....Now voyager sail thou forth to seek and find. --Walt Whitman

About Robin Craig Clark

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ROBIN CLARKRobin trained as a film editor at Twickenham Studios in England. He holds a diploma in homeopathic medicine and has four books published to date. The Garden: A Non-duality Love Story, received the 2010 WA Premier's Book Award for Digital Narrative. Puri: Search for Paradise was short-listed in the 2011 WA Premier's Book Awards. Robin has always felt the interconnectedness of everything and passionately shares his thoughts and innermost experiences through his books.AMANDA CLARKAmanda is an international artist and illustrator best known for her imaginative work featuring animals, real and imagined, set within mystical landscapes, inspired by the English countryside. Deeply influenced by myths, fairy tales and folklore, her use of colours enchants the viewer with their celestial beauty. Amanda is sister to Robin and has illustrated all his published works.
Published April 19, 2013 by Peliguin Publications. 90 pages
Genres: Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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