OTTAWA (PRWEB) December 01, 2014 -- Climate change, ecosystem collapse and anarchy are just some of the current issues that propelled author Ian Prattis to widen his advocacy of empowerment and change. “Trailing Sky Six Feathers” (published by Xlibris) is Prattis’ way of shedding light on issues that affect and will continue to affect the generations to come.
Sharing his personal challenging journey and transformation, Prattis illuminates a path for others to expand their consciousness and chart the course for a future beyond the abyss. “The human race does not need to be stuck with maladaptive options and patterns,” says Prattis. “We can and must transform.”
Prattis further believes that the culture needs to awaken spiritually if humanity wants to ensure survival. For him, “the world has become an unpredictable beast that people fail to work with intelligently; and humanity has to take back control of themselves for this is a spiritual matter.”
Insightful and illuminating, this story follows the exciting journey of a hero which is like Indiana Jones meets the Buddha with a dash of Celestine Prophecy. “Trailing Sky Six Feathers” shines light on the darkest elements of the human condition, including the author’s own.
“Trailing Sky Six Feathers”
By Ian Prattis
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 200 pages | ISBN 9781493196784
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 200 pages | ISBN 9781493196791
E-Book | 200 pages | ISBN 9781493196777
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Ian Prattis is an author, poet, professor emeritus, founder of Friends for Peace, and spiritual warrior for planetary care, peace and social justice. Prattis is also a Zen teacher since 1997, offering public talks and retreats all over the world. He currently lives in Ottawa, Canada, and encourages people to find their true nature so that humanity and the planet may be renewed. He mostly stays locally to help turn the tide in his home city for good things to begin happening spontaneously.
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