Nirvana is the fictional biographical account of a person, nay, a Soul that incarnates in modern day America, and struggles to find himself, before, at last, attaining enlightenment in his old age. The novel begins with Ray Sawol, the main ...
character, sitting on a cumulous cloud overlooking Philadelphia, The City of Brotherly Love, gazing at his parents-to-be making love, and obviously, upset that he's the next luminous Soul to incarnate on earth, the proverbial lion's den. Still in this disincarnate state, Ray eventually prepares for his next incarnation by reviewing past lives that will affect his future life and then he chooses life lessons. Ray lives a so-called ordinary life, but inevitably, he lives in two distinct worlds. He is very much the quintessential seeker and still vaguely remembers why he incarnated and like many, he seeks to tear the veil of life and to go beyond Maya or The Great Illusion.
Number of pages: 340
Date of publication: 14/03/2005
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