By Leonard Mckinloch
Spirit of a Pathless Land is a tale of symbiotic polar liberation. It
guides the reader on a flow of conscious journey that investigates the
complementary truths of personal liberation and societal freedom. As
our protagonists, Koan and Iona crisscross paths, they chart a course
beyond the existential obstacle of mind. Through a process of quantum
holography, this epiphany is evidenced on a macro or societal scale.
the individual this story triumphs unlimited potential and the
actualization of all compassionate possibility. For the collective, a
shared realization of the mechanics of community is evidenced by the
recognition of governing philosophies that steer convention with the
dynamic of sovereign tribal autonomy.
With respect for the
profound understanding evidenced by the speeches of Jiddhu Krishnamurti,
the novel Spirit of a Pathless Land takes the reader on a refreshing
tour of the psyche, to a space unchartable by words. The insubstantial
nature of thought and the implications of meditation converge in poetic
wonder. Far removed from the contemporary travelogue, this is a
discovery of innate truth and a liberative examination of spirituality,
society, and the dazzling void.
Through parallel narratives, we
journey to an honest realization of transcendental reality, beyond
illusive concepts or fixed mental constructs. The primary thesis of the
plot can be encapsulated by the natural holistic inter-connectedness of
all beings. The story champions pure freedom and liberation that
breaks through the shackles of limited and illusory concepts of identity
and promotes an integrated abundance paradigm.