New Book Takes an In-Depth Analysis on the Subject of Consciousness

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Edward L Hannon shares his concepts that deal with the consciousness of the spirit

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Author Edward L Hannon elected to saturate himself in a path of self-studies until he transformed himself into an independent scholar of his engendered subject, called philosychology, which consists of his philosophies along with a psychological substratum. These philosophies are designed to abate the angst that mankind perpetuates upon himself due to the lack of being conscious. He has compiled his writings into a monolithic theme of books that deal with the subject of consciousness, which has taken him approximately eight years to complete in its entirety

The Consciousness of the Spirit tells of the part which is not seen, but the whole of that which contributes to the entirety of sight. According to Hannon, consciousness is the cascade of genuine awareness demarked by tracing one’s steps, be it forward or aft in movement, in order to transcend the familiar creature of balance when it has been found to be stale within the food of emergence while yet becoming spoiled to its ultimate need of consistency. Once true consciousness is championed as a fixture forever hanging on the cerebral wall of man’s mind, then any species that he is fated to encounter will be dignified just as he himself is.

Hannon’s objective in writing this book is to deliver a message to readers about an evolutionary process of obtaining a Godlike perspective only after the human outlook has been keenly or properly exhausted. He feels that one cannot have high-minded ideas of a supreme and transcendental being without taking and seeking efforts to first understand themselves along with their limitations then submitting themselves to high ideals of universal benevolence for the entirety of creation.

The Consciousness of the Spirit is a literary project that has almost been an eight year obsession for Hannon to finish. It has been a surreal, exciting, eventful and at times a disappointing experience for him. However, his message has been delivered across and is now presented to those who are willing to open their minds about the subject of consciousness.

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About the Author
Born in Birmingham, Alabama, on February 8, 1976, Edward Lewis Hannon grew up in a lower-middle class home within a suburb and steeply religious environment. Edward Hannon spent his high school years as a well-below-par student. Edward Hannon joined the Birmingham Police Department. While serving as a police officer, he elected to saturate himself in a path of self-studies until he transformed himself into an independent scholar of his engendered subject, called philosychology, which consists of his philosophies along with a psychological substratum. These philosophies are designed to abate the angst that mankind perpetuates upon himself due to the lack of being conscious. He has compiled his writings into a monolithic theme of books that deal with the subject of consciousness, which has taken him approximately eight years to complete in its entirety. Once a mediocre student, Edward Hannon has become a philosopher of self-consciousness.
The Consciousness of the Spirit * by Edward L. Hannon
Philosychology: Edisms and Edimous Concepts
Publication Date: August 31, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 85 pages; 978-1-4797-1146-8
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 85 pages; 978-1-4797-1147-5

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