Author Chris Taylor takes you on a journey to Machu Picchu and the Amazon where he learns about the healing power of Sacred Plants from Indigenous teachers. He then takes you to the high desert of Mexico where he studies with a shaman to learn self-healing with the teachings of the ancient Toltecs in the Art of Conscious Dreaming.
“My book is an attempt to demonstrate that a diagnosis of terminal cancer is not the end of the world. The world is a wonderful and magical place and there exist alternative methods of healing if one can just open their mind to the possibilities”- author Chris Taylor
Chris is summoned by a dream to start on a mystical journey that takes him to the magical city of Cusco and the Temple of the Moon in the Sacred Valley nestled high in the Andes of Peru. He finds inspiration in the flying fortress of Machu Picchu and has a life-changing encounter with the Mother of all healing plants in the remote jungle of the Amazon. He goes into the high desert of San Luis Potosi, Mexico, where he apprenticed in the art of Conscious Dreaming and acquires the tools to fight for his life. In his travels, he learns from formidable light-workers and studies with shamans. This is a tale of self-discovery and self-healing with powerful and magical medicinal plants. It is a true story of transcending the physical world and overcoming overwhelming odds.
“The Dream” is now available on Amazon – https://amzn.to/2JHYK4a– and in it, Chris relates his journey of self-discovery in beautiful and exotic places where he learns that there is much more to life than what we are taught in school.
“I loved this book! The simple matter of fact tone was clear and easy to read yet surprisingly effective at conveying depths of emotion. It paints vibrant pictures of exotic locales and the people who live there and offers glimpses of the powerful forces that underlie our day to day reality. This very personal journey helps the reader explore ways long forgotten by Western civilization to connect with our inner self and the world around us. An inspiration to all of us to seek answers to life’s important questions whether we are directly facing our own mortality or not”- Michele Rosenberger.