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Pilgrim Singh
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@pilgrim I'm still in the process of writing the second book. I'll share with you when its ready. I couldn't yet get the audiobook going, but it is in the works too. I'll update when its ready as well. 

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Great to hear, by the way have you seen Baahubali: The Beginning ? 

I just watched it on Netflix last weekend and really enjoyed it too bad the second part has not been dubbed into English. It reminded me of your book.

Your book would make a good movie.

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@pilgrim I've seen both the Bahubali movies -- liked them both (albeit there's too much prancing around waterfalls and trees for my taste :D) 

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@dwai Lol!  I actually liked the prancing and the waterfalls with the beautiful young people and the mind blowing scenery.

Oh well must have had many lifetimes in India it always seems so familiar and like home whenever I see anything about India and the people. I also experienced this feeling of home very strongly when I am with the Kriya Yoga Swami's and there is a large gathering of people from India.

I often feel a little retarded like I should understand the langue because it sounds so pleasing and right to my ears and my heart yet I can not make perfect sense of the words yet somehow still get a good idea like I can partially feel out the meaning. Mostly it just feels oh so right. Like a long time away from home and it has been sooo long I can not remember more than feelings and flashes or memory.

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@dwai - what is your book about, and where can I get it?

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@manitou I found it to be a very entertaining and captivating story. It takes place in the United States and India. It also takes place in different dimensions as well. Here in this story Dwai does a fair amount of teaching and the characters are well thought out and come alive in the pages.

Hesitate to write to much as it will not do the book justice but I count it among some of my favorites of all time.

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I would have enjoyed that 10 years ago.  Now I can't remember what day it is.....let alone different dimensions. ? 

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It is an easy enjoyable read and not difficult to follow at all, in fact the story kept pulling me along to find out what happens next. As far as Dimensions are concerned think of it more as a trip to different city not complicated at all and very well written.

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Thanks for your support and kindness @pilgrim

@manitou, my book can be bought here — 

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Thanks Dwai - but I honestly can't follow linear plots any more.  Wish I could.

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@manitou haha the plot isn’t linear. Give it a shot if you feel up to it. If you do, please do share your thoughts 🙂 

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Haha back atcha'.  I just bought the paperback (old school).  I read nothing but non-fiction now because of memory problems - but from the sounds of the great reviews you've been getting - this one should morph into my brain just perfectly.  I'll let you know when I start it.

Or are all the great reviews family members? ? 

 

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@manitou not entirely. All of the ones in India are readers. I wish amazon would let family and close friends post reviews. Somehow they don’t allow it — also scary how much they know about us 

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I will post a great review even if it's horrible.  ? 

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@dwai - the book hasn't gotten here yet.  I just got a notification from Amazon that there's a delay.  Maybe just a covid thing.  I really look forward to reading it!

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@manitou sorry you didn’t get the copy yet. There shouldn’t be any issues ... typically the book ships within 2-3 days of ordering as they print locally in the US 

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It just got here today, despite their notice yesterday that it would be late.  It looks fantastic, Dwai!  I love the front cover.  Already I see that this is an inner journey into self - nicely depicted in the picture.  Conscious/subconscious, and nice how subconscious is underneath visible form.  I may have to keep notes to remember the characters, etc - but I'll start it real soon.  I'll load up on Focus Factor in the meantime  ? 

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@manitou Curious to see how you feel about the book, I myself was interested in checking it out at some point hehe

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@mithras

Check it out - thoroughly enjoyable!

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Hi Dwai and Naveed - I just finished another book.  I'll be starting yours tomorrow, Dwai!  It might be slow going for me because I'll have to keep track of names or events on a piece of paper.  But I will, sooner or later, get to the end.  ? 

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Rats.

The book by Mary Trump just got here.  What a quandry.  I'm on the horns of an enema.

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@manitou Haha, I have the same issue. So many books that keep falling into my lap yet I still have things to read.

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@manitou

An enema with horns?!  Sounds rough!

 

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@manitou, Hah! no contest! read @Dwai book and use the other to light a nice fire.

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@pilgrim, I'd rather light a fire with her uncle's book.

I do really look forward to reading Dwai's.

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@manitou I had no idea he wrote a book but as far as I am concerned you can wrap them both with twin, yarn or whatever is at hand soak them in gas and save your brain from the toxin. 

Dwai's book is very good and will not waste your brain cells on trash topics.

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@dwai - I finally got to start the book yesterday.  I'm liking it so far!  It's a little slow going for me because I have to take notes on the names and plot - I'll probably finish it today.

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Very nice, @dwai!  You managed to put a whole lot of information into that book.  I like your imagination.. ? 

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@manitou and Barb I'm impressed that you got through the book so quickly 🙂 

Thanks...It really means a lot to me that you enjoyed it. 

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@manitou and all others who've read the book, please don't forget to leave a review on amazon and goodreads.com.

 

 

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@dwai Hi long time no chat.  So how is part two and the audio book coming along?

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@pilgrim yes indeed it has been a while. I've backburnered the audio book but I'm more than 50% done with part 2. Hopefully in 2-3 months it should be ready.

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