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Reviewed by Anne Boiling for Readers' Favorite
To understand this book the reader must first know the definition of a few terms such as Kryst and Fallen. Kryst is the first level of creation and closest to the source (God). Kryst is self-renewing or regenerating as long as there is an open channel to the source, hence eternal life. To awaken the Kryst is very simply to reconnect to God. Fallen is the separation from the source. The regeneration is reincarnation. When we are born we forgot who we were previously. The author states there is a way to retrieve our past memories.
Early in his childhood the author was sexually abused by an authority figure. He was 18 when he was introduced to cocaine. He learned to dance, strip and seduce women. More than once he overdosed and ended in the ER. Then came the day when he had a Near Death Experience. He had ingested enough drugs to kill most people. He felt his consciousness leave his body. He was revived and looked at life differently. He now saw it as a precious gift.
A’Dayara Budaea Rivera began to search for something missing in his life. He began exploring spiritual teachings. He now feels his Kryst has awakened.
It is sad that it takes a near death experience for a person to realize how precious is the gift of life. A’Dayara Budaea Rivera shares his story in a very personal way. The tragedy of sexual abuse set this man on a course of self-destruction. This book is well-organized and well-edited. A’Dayara Budaea Rivera shares a way to spiritual enlightenment.