Warwick, Australia (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
In his new book “The Game of God: The Ultimate Solitaire” (published by Balboa Press), author Peter Buxton takes a unique and thrilling look at the building blocks of reality and perception.
In “The Game of God,” Buxton presents a compelling thesis on the illusion of life, detailing how everything in the universe is held in shape by “mind-patterns.”
Buxton explains: “The world is not as it appears. The universe and all of life is a fantasy being played out and experienced by God – with God being the only player. This is the ultimate game of solitaire! ‘The Game of God’ explores this amazing game that God develops and plays as though illusion is reality.”
Buxton debunks long-held notions of existence and shows readers a new way to approach living. “The book explains how the world is not as we have been taught, but is a fantastic illusion that we can take control of by accepting some basic truths,” he explains. “The theme of the book is how to re-programme your conscious and your subconscious mind to change your life and experience the very best you can be now.”
“The Game of God”
By Peter Buxton
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 176 pages | ISBN 9781452508214
E-Book | 176 pages | ISBN 9781452508221
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Peter Buxton grew up in England and lived in both London and on the south coast. In 1983, he migrated to Australia and lived in Sydney and Tasmania before he and his wife began life as “grey nomads” and were free to travel extensively throughout Australia for the next six wonderful years.
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