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Into the world of Ata comes a desperate man, who is first subdued and then led on the spiritual journey that, sooner or later, all of us must make. Read more Read less. Previous page.
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Our selection of books by women on mental health and resilience Click here to see the full list. Review "Truly unforgettable! A car crash causes a young writer to enter a dream world for three weeks where he meets people from the island of Ata and is led on a series of adventures by a woman seeking spiritual and sexual enlightenment. Into the world of the Ata comes a desperate man, running from a fast life of fame and fortune, drugs and crime.
He is led by the kin of Ata on a spiritual journey that, sooner or later, we all must take. The kin of Ata live only for the dream. Her underlying theme is always the same: the struggle of the human spirit to know and become itself.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Not often do I read a book that makes me look at life differently, but this is one of them. It is deceptively simple which is where its genius lies as it keeps you thinking long after you put the book down. It teaches you about stillness, patience, selflessness, mindfulness, forgiveness, tolerance and the importance of routine in ways you just wouldn't learn from anywhere else.
All tied in with a very healthy dose of Jungian psychology and philosophy. I don't find many books worth recommending, but this one is definitely one of the rare few that make it to the recommend list. For seekers of truth this book is a glimpse of what lies beyond the veil of our reality.
A must read! The anti-hero we meet in the first pages is unlikeable in many ways; despite this or perhaps because of it one has a stake in the outcome of his spiritual journey on the island of Ata and his final test back in the material world. Life on Ata is what one imagines pre-lapserian Eden was like.
As he experiences more of the community of Ata; as he learns to understand more than just the spoken language of the Kin, and as he bonds emotionally with the stately Augustine, a woman like none other he has known, his soul evolves and blossoms like a desert flower after the first drops of life giving rain. There are many insights and thought-provoking scenes throughout this story, all the more remarkable when one remembers that this story was written in !
It's all too easy to miss the far-sighted vision of Bryant when one reads this book in the second decade of the 21st century, when the search for individual spiritual enlightenment has been mainstream for the last twenty years or more.
However, I had personal issue with the projection of a universal human condition racial prejudice onto the convenient scapegoat that is South Africa. In addition, there were times when the narrative was too lengthy. Mostly, the writing was so lyrical and so dream-like it only added to the otherworldly ambience of the anti-hero's soul journey. There were occasions, though, when some dialogue, or shorter descriptions may have been more effective in holding the reader. The current title, too, is obscure; I prefer the original title "The Comforter.
Ultimately, this is a book for all ages and all seasons: the truths it contains are truths of an ancient wisdom spoken in the language of our time. We may, as the anti-hero did when he first arrived on Ata, take some time to fully understand what we've experienced but, when we reach that moment of enlightenment, we'll find ourselves forever changed. One person found this helpful. This is an allegorical tale that provides food for thought, as the reader accompanies one man on his journey to redemption.
The man is question is a deeply flawed one, driven by many of the seven sins. When he kills his girl friend and flees in his car, he has what would appear to be a fatal accident. Instead, he mysteriously finds himself in the land of Ata. Thus, begins this fantastical Utopian tale. The book is simply written and chronicles one man's entry into a world where the dream state is reality. It is a world where unconditional acceptance of others prevails, and symbolically all are spokes in the circular wheel of life.
Much of the book is redolent of Christian ideals. How much of Ata is in this man's mind and how much of it is truly real, I leave to the individual reader to discern. It is comforting to think, however, that the kin of Ata just may be waiting for you. See all reviews. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more. There's a problem loading this menu at the moment.
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И я уверена, что большинство наших граждан готовы поступиться некоторыми правами, но знать, что негодяи не разгуливают на свободе. Хейл промолчал. - Рано или поздно, - продолжала она, - народ должен вверить кому-то свою судьбу. В нашей стране происходит много хорошего, но немало и плохого.
- В тот момент, когда обнаружится его счет, маяк самоуничтожится. Танкадо даже не узнает, что мы побывали у него в гостях. - Спасибо, - устало кивнул коммандер. Сьюзан ответила ему теплой улыбкой.
Она показала на экран. Все глаза были устремлены на нее, на руку Танкадо, протянутую к людям, на три пальца, отчаянно двигающихся под севильским солнцем. Джабба замер. - О Боже! - Он внезапно понял, что искалеченный гений все это время давал им ответ. - Три - это простое число! - сказала Соши.
ГЛАВА 12 Дэвиду Беккеру приходилось бывать на похоронах и видеть мертвых, но на этот раз его глазам открылось нечто особенно действующее на нервы.
Веки припухли, глаза красные, левая рука у локтя - вся в кровоподтеках с синеватым отливом. Господи Иисусе, - подумал. - Наркотики внутривенно. Кто бы мог подумать. - Проваливай! - крикнула .
Это он должен был упасть замертво, а не бедолага азиат. - Клушар глотал ртом воздух, и Беккер начал волноваться. - Не знаете, как его зовут.
Чего же он ждет. Он засмеялся. Ведь пилот может радировать Стратмору. Усмехнувшись, Беккер еще раз посмотрелся в зеркало и поправил узел галстука.
Джабба облегченно вздохнул.
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