Soul Quest: A Spiritual Odyssey Through 40 Days and 40 Nights of Mountain Solitude

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Wood Lake Publishing Inc., 2007 - Religion - 221 pages
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Finding himself at midlife, feeling hollow and a like fraud, Paul Hawker embarks on a journey into the wilderness. In the tradition of the vision quest, like a hero in a mythic tale, he leaves his family and community to spend 40 days and 40 nights on a New Zealand mountaintop knowing full well the solitude, deprivation, and dangers he will face from exposure to the elements. But like many mystics and sages before him, he chooses a path of physical and spiritual testing as way to break through the veneer of his life. Soul Quest: A Spiritual Odyssey through 40 Days and 40 Nights of Mountain Solitude is the ruthlessly honest account of Paul Hawker's attempt to open himself to the Source, to discern the voice of God in his life.
  

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This is reprint of a book that has struck a chord with a lot of people since it was first published around 10 years ago. Very personal and self divulging. Read full review

Contents

Chapter One
17
Appendices
215

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About the author (2007)

Paul Hawker is a non-fiction television writer/producer. His films have covered topics from social issues to shipwrecks. Recent screen credits include the Discovery Channel's Mythbusters, Animal Planet's Buggin with Ruud, and National Geographic's Green Car. He has also made numerous programs and documentaries for Australian and New Zealand television networks. In addition to his writing for the screen, Paul is the author of Secret Affairs of the Soul: Ordinary People's Extraordinary Experiences of the Sacred and Soul Quest. Photo Credit: Christine Hawker.

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