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Reviewed by Grace Masso for Readers' Favorite
The title of Austin Maleik Collings’ nonfiction book presents the two parts of the book: Part 1: Insights to the Spiritual World and Interactions with the Physical; and Part 2: The Spiritual Capture: The Worlds Combine. This is not your run-of-the-mill kind of book on New Age spirituality but a compelling read that establishes the connection between the physical and the spiritual worlds. The author writes in a unique manner and shares experiences that illustrate how readers can access a new consciousness and tap into spiritual energy while remaining fully human. The author uses his personal experience and those of characters like Hasuse and Grantos to communicate this message.
Austin Maleik Collings holds that the world of our dreams is unlimited and that it is an extension of the spiritual. Using examples of phenomena like lucid dreaming, the author illustrates how readers can begin to appreciate the spiritual elements of life. Situations such as out-of-body experiences are used to convey the fact that life is bigger than the physical reality and that the spiritual world can be used to guide the course of the physical. This compelling book entertains readers and introduces a concept that will be new to many, something the author calls Physi-Tual, which is construed as a mix of the spiritual and the physical. This book is more than inspiring; it is a thought-provoking book that presents powerful lessons to consider and stories that are intended to awaken the spiritual world of the reader. The writing is simple and engaging; the voice is confident and original. The book is composed of short chapters and titles that are clear and easy to understand. It will appeal to readers who enjoy philosophy and writing that challenges their traditional religious beliefs. After reading this, readers will feel as though a portal could open and allow them to easily connect with the spiritual world.