Back in my 20s, I had an idea for a book that I wanted to write, and actually did begin working on it, whenever I had the time. But most often there was not enough time. Recently I’ve had more time on my hands and so thirty some-odd years later, I finally managed to finish it.
It has probably been one of the hardest things I’ve done. Close to a couple hundred books were read and studied, looking for commonalities or ideas that struck home to me. Once written I found that the editing process took nearly as long as writing the book. Then I had the page layouts and cover to design to do. And when that was all done, I had to figure out how the digital publishing world works. Needless to say, I learned a lot along the way.
This is the description that can be found on the back cover:
“In order to get to where we want to be,
we first have to know where we are
and where we’ve been, even in a fog.
And to have a good time while doing so.
The Captain—a sailor, physicist, and somewhat of a mystic who shared his philosophy of life with the author one summer in Northern Canada—used the above and other nautical motifs to illustrate his personal philosophy, which emerged during his years in India, was refined through his work as a scientist, and gained further depth and substance as he sailed the world’s seas.
The Captain believed we can find purpose in life through the study of evolution, discover our true selves by understanding the power and influence of worldviews, and lead a fulfilling and successful life by improving our ability to be mindful. He developed a vertical and horizontal model to reveal how consciousness unfolds both within and without, along with a plan to reach higher levels of consciousness. He also identified energy sources we can tap into for help in developing to our fullest.
For more than twenty-five years, the author has published the work of others; however, a story of his own yearned to be told. Lifestyle Navigation is the result.
If you are interested in knowing more about it, a digital version is currently available on Amazon and a print version will be available there as well shortly.