“Chalice” came from Speed’s question, “What is the Holy Grail?” Though it is always touted as a physical object, Speed wondered if it was more.
CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (PRWEB) August 14, 2015
The new book “Chalice” (published by Balboa Press AU), by Robyn M. Speed, is more than just a novel; it is a guidebook for the millions of spiritual travelers who are curious about the spiritual potential within them.
“Chalice” came from Speed’s question, “What is the Holy Grail?” Though it is always touted as a physical object, Speed wondered if it was more. Her novel proposes the concept of the Holy Grail as intrinsic potential within each person.
“Through my own deeply personal journey, I have come to know that the physical world I see around me is but a fraction of the truth,” Speed says, “and that who I have been told I am is but a shadow of who I truly am. I am on a lifelong journey of self-discovery.”
Speed interweaves three concepts in the core of her novel: self-discovery, through story; self-expansion, through journey; and transformation, through experience. These three concepts combine to reveal the internal Holy Grail. Speed hopes her story will help to open readers’ hearts, minds and souls, and change their lives.
More information is available at http://www.robynmspeed.com.
About the Author
Robyn M. Speed has a passion for writing as a means of expressing her fantasies and ideas. She is a past winner of the Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Unpublished Manuscript Award – New Zealand’s second largest literary award.
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