Sarasota, FL (PRWEB) January 26, 2013
In his new book “The Monk and the Tree: An Ayahuasca Journey of Love beyond the 3D” (published by Abbott Press), James H. Scheller explores the depths of himself and his love for his wife through a love story that began over a thousand years ago.
“‘The Monk and the Tree’ is a book about me exploring my memory by activating the dimethyltryptamine (DMT) my body naturally produces,” Scheller says. “My book tells the story of how my wife and I have known each other in past lives and are now sharing a human experience. It’s about love and how the universe will always create love out of nothing.”
An excerpt from “The Monk and the Tree”:
“In only a moment of time, as a measure of time is in the spiritual realm, Malian smiled while she felt the Tree’s spirit say to her, ‘I love you. I wish I could hold you, but my branches are limited. Is there a way I can become something more beyond my stature?’”
“There are many books about Ayahuasca,” Scheller reminds readers, “but none of them will take you on a journey like mine will. It will take you into the beauty of the human subconscious, while leaving out the drama of how much I suffered during the ceremony.”
“The Monk and the Tree”
By James H. Scheller
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781458206114
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 130 pages | ISBN 9781458206121
E-Book | 130 pages | ISBN 9781458206107
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
James H. Scheller was born and raised in Hartford, Conn. He attended a Lutheran church and a Catholic high school. Having been exposed to several faiths during his military career, he finally found peace after receiving the blessing of the Dao. He lives in Florida.
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