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‘A psychologist. An uninhabited island. A mysterious encounter’
This psychological spiritual adventure chronicles the story of an aspiring young psychologist on a journey to discover the one person he knows little about. On his voyage of self-reflection, Lucas leaves behind the life he knows in Santa Monica and sets sail, with his canine pal Blue, towards an uninhabited tropical island in the equatorial North Pacific. Little does he know that his Garden of Eden has a haunting past. Through mysterious encounters and thoughtful insights, Lucas will experience fun-times, struggles, personal growth, and a new way of seeing, as he uncovers the true meaning behind his island adventure.
The interwoven psychological and spiritual insights in this allegory are some of the guiding principles the author has adopted in his own life journey. Written as a parable with a twist of historical fiction, the story blends real-life events surrounding mysterious Palmyra Atoll, with depth psychology, metaphors, archetypical figures, and mythical symbolism to convey the underlying message of connection, aliveness, and meaning. This book is as much a guide as it is a story, allowing readers to reflect on their own life journey and their teachings. Now sit back and relax, as you embark on a journey into the light, on this heart-warming adventure to the mysteriously enlightening Island of Souls.
About the Author:
MILAN LJUBINCIC is an internationally renowned psychologist, speaker, and author of Island of Souls: light within the dark. Bridging the gap between psychology and spirit, he embraces a global vision to inspire humanity to live from the heart, to guide those seeking wholeness, and to open the way for others to progress on their own path to enlightenment. An adventurer by nature, he was born in the beachside city of Adelaide, Australia and has traveled far and wide across the world. He currently lives in Toronto, Canada.
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Island of Souls is scheduled for release 13th May, 2014.