|About the Book|
One Couples Journey of Spiritual Self-Discovery A True Story of Our Deepest Human Potential Among the many books dealing with spiritual growth, Silence and the Soul distinguishes itself as one of the best about the process of awakening innerMoreOne Couples Journey of Spiritual Self-Discovery A True Story of Our Deepest Human Potential Among the many books dealing with spiritual growth, Silence and the Soul distinguishes itself as one of the best about the process of awakening inner wisdom. This unexpected page-turner reads like an adventure story. Part memoir and part instruction manual, this self-revealing and emotionally honest narrative is the true story of Ellen Miller and Gary Sherman, an otherwise ordinary, middle-aged, California couple. On page one, Miller, age 45, is hospitalized with a rare, incurable disease. Driven by curiosity and the simple belief that within each of us lies a source of wisdom, love and creative energy, the authors embark on a captivating and extraordinary excursion into expanded consciousness that ultimately takes them on a spiritual journey deep within themselves. Theirs is an account of a mutual awakening: a cooperative relationship between two people and an inner teacher. This source engages them in The Conscious Evolution of Consciousness, a process of training and teaching that transforms their lives and opens extraordinary capacities of expanded perception. This is a rare telling, from the inside out. Like a good documentary film, the book takes us on a voyage through the internal landscape of their step-by-step process. Reminiscent of the works of Jane Roberts and Carlos Castaneda, Silence and the Soul is a decidedly unselfconscious attempt to reveal Miller and Shermans internal experience.Interwoven throughout the chapters are insights and practices for unleashing inner creativity. There are dozens of examples and techniques for evolving and utilizing this creative energy in all aspects of daily life. Miller and Sherman have written a book that is accessible to spiritually sophisticated readers as well as to those who are unfamiliar with metaphysical literature.