A Monk’s Way, by Clark Eide, a Novel Journey Into Spiritual Awareness
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — American author and singer, Clark Eide is pleased to announce the release of his self-published book, “A Monk’s Way,” detailing the remarkable quest of a modern monk named Jean Moreau and his journey toward spiritual awareness is being received to rave reviews.
“Being in touch with the Creator is not a difficult thing, it just requires combining asking and perseverance,” says Eide.
Written as a parable for modern day life, “A Monk’s Way” is both a captivating novel, richly descriptive of life in an abbey, and a compelling guide to discovering a direct relationship with the divinity within. As Moreau traces his own path to purposeful wholeness, readers will also find ways to reflect on how to establish their own connection to their higher spiritual power. Within this duality is the parallel between the material and spiritual realms, providing each reader with applicable meditations and guiding instructions.
Many who seek to develop spirituality in their lives are stuck with the ideas and formula of traditional upbringing or religion that are insufficient. Clark Eide was also in that rut, which is why he wrote this compelling story.
“I wrote the book over the course of four years. And in my own humble journey, I discovered that people are hungry – hungry for meaning and fulfillment in life,” says Eide. “What satisfies that hunger are not ‘things’. What satisfies is more subtle, waiting to be discovered. It is the spiritual dimension of life. Most have followed the traditional religious path to spirit yet therein lies the issue of an over reliance on traditional religion as their only reference to provide answers. But these are often complicated and inadequate, rarely allowing room for one to pursue that connection individually. I wanted to give people ways to achieve this framed within the context of a character’s personal experience, even one at the heart of a traditional religion’s institution.”
Insightful and at times enlightening, “A Monk’s Way,” posits an alternative to blindly following the conventional dogma of organized religion and presents readers with the tools to ultimately cultivate a more meaningful relationship with a higher power.
“A Monk’s Way” is available from Amazon.com for $12.95 print and $6.95 digital. In addition, readers can also enjoy the companion book, “Ecstatic Prayers of Jean Moreau“available digitally for $2.99 and $5.95 in paperback.
For more information about the author, please visit www.clarkeide.com and follow him on Twitter @clark_eide.
ABOUT CLARK EIDE
Former financial services entrepreneur and professional singer, Clark Eide is an American-born monastery devotee and writer who lives in Uruguay and France. His travels around the world – from the US, the UK and Ireland to India, France and Australia – are driven by a conviction toward spiritual and cultural learning. He is a former member of the College of Psychic Studies in London, and currently supports the Self-Realization Fellowship of Paramahansa Yogananda in Los Angeles. He has been a long-time student of Transcendental Meditation, and he has had the opportunity to visit with Indian pundits both in situ and in the United States on practical matters and astrology. He continues to be a student of alternative therapies such as Healing Touch, massage, hypnotherapy and EFT, and has studied with yoga masters in several countries. These encounters and experiences have taught him that spirituality is about a direct connection to the Divine.
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YAA To Host Author Clark Eide on January 15, 2016
American author and singer Clark Eide has launched his debut novel “A Monk’s Way: The Journey to Awareness,” detailing the remarkable quest of a modern monk named Jean Moreau and his journey toward spiritual awareness.
“A Monk’s Way” is available for purchase at Yankton Area Arts. In addition, YAA will host a reception for the author at GAR Hall on Friday, Jan. 15, from 5-7 p.m. Eide will be on hand to do a short reading and sign copies of his novel.