ZIHUATANEJO a true story of exile, love, war, and murder

by Erik Ballard, Monday, June 24, 2019, 19:56 (22 days ago) @ dhunsber

Dear dhunsber, thank you so much for your kind words and post. I had a lot of fun living, and then 20 years later writing, ZIHUATANEJO a true story of exile, love, war, and murder south of the border. But it is my first book that you have recently purchased; THE ASHRAM a true story of enlightenment and the dark night of the soul, that I believe is the better read of the two. "Better" because rather than just a good, exciting and fun read, it documents an incredible set of truly deeply profound spiritual experiences I had while living in that ashram and has the potential to develop and greatly expand the readers mind.

I jokingly like to say, but am completely serious, when I refer to that book and my experiences therein; that both Jacques Cousteau and Captain James T. Kirk of the U.S.S. Enterprise were wrong. It's not the ocean, nor is it space that is the final frontier of human exploration. It is the human mind, and the human soul, and how they relate to each other to create the world in which we live. Enjoy! And thanks for your support. In love and respect, Eric


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