I want readers to simply believe in what you can’t see (the spirit world) and know who you are in relation to it. I want to teach people to stop blindly accepting ‘what’ to believe, and learn ‘how’ to believe.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (PRWEB) August 14, 2017
Jaxx Wylde marks his publishing debut with the release of “Believe In What You Can’t See” (published by Balboa Press), a self-help guidebook inspired from his personal, life-changing quest that has led him to “the truth.”
“My intention is to show the reader how the spiritual works (both good and bad) and how to find the answers they seek. This book will bridge the gap; breaking out of the box of religious beliefs that we have been taught since childhood,” the author says.
“Believe In What You Can’t See” chronicles a true story of a man who left his religious upbringing and the church, in search of truth. Wylde’s journey took him to “the depths of hell,” as he suffered years of unexplained haunting and paranormal attacks, tried to run from everything by diving into sex, drugs and organized crime before finally finding “spiritual truths revealed through supernatural forces from the light side.”
“I want readers to simply believe in what you can’t see (the spirit world) and know who you are in relation to it. I want to teach people to stop blindly accepting ‘what’ to believe, and learn ‘how’ to believe,” Wylde emphasizes. “It will change your life and the world around us.”
“Believe In What You Can’t See”
By Jaxx Wylde
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781504369244
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 136 pages | ISBN 9781504369237
E-Book | 136 pages | ISBN 9781504369220
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Jaxx Wylde received an honorary doctorate of divinity. He has dedicated his life to finding spiritual truth. That search cost him everything: marriage, friends, careers, children, and left him bedridden with chronic illness, dependent on a small disability pension and a trunk full of prescription medications. Through the teachings of a spiritual elder, Wylde began to believe in himself again and slowly gained his health back and re-established his career. He has become an advocate for those with health issues. The death of his son prompted Wylde to start a foundation to inspire and motivate the youth to believe better is possible. He continues his search and has recently received an honorary doctorate, while teaching others about spiritual truth.
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