If you ever wondered what it would be like to go through a program with a couple of dozen people all looking for extraordinary potential — here’s an easy way to get the idea.
Babe in the Woods is about a skeptical news reporter’s entry into a world that he had always assumed did not exist. As he goes through the program he is surrounded by others at very different levels of being. Some are beginners, some are experienced. Some are skeptical, some credulous. Some are able to go with their experiences, some are not. Kind of like real life….
I based this story on my own experiences at The Monroe Institute over several years. I wanted to write novel whose central character in a way is the experience itself. You don’t know what you’re doing, you don’t know what things mean, and you don’t know where you’re going — yet, in a curious way that you’ll never be able to explain to others, it all takes place in a very matter-of-fact, down-to-earth manner.
What you learn brings you to a very different place, but that doesn’t mean that your life is about to get easier. Maybe it will, maybe it will get a lot harder! The only thing you know for sure is that you have had first-hand experiences of things that perhaps you would have sworn couldn’t happen.
In Babe in the Woods, I tried to do for my experiences what Dion Fortune in her novels did for hers. To see what Babe looks like, go to www.hologrambooks.com and click on Fiction.