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Narrow Gate

A Journey Through Identity, Belief and Perception

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The Narrow Gate: A Journey Through Identity, Belief and Perception by J P Danna
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SUMMARY: After failed attempts to conquer a frustrating anxiety disorder, Salvatore DeSanti is caught in a debilitating cycle of self-medicating. Trudging along the path of least resistance, he wonders how he became a pawn in the game of life while growing up in Gloucester, Massachusetts in the mid 1970s.
How could such a simple New Englander stumble upon the mysteries of the universe? The dynamics at work in the synchronicity of identity, belief, and perception, are not the thoughts of common men. Yet in his simplicity, Salvatore listens to the voice for freedom from within. Seeking a greater truth in life, he involves himself in a number of religious organizations, which leave him feeling empty and unworthy. Not until after he is initiated into the teachings of an ancient mystery school, does he begin to understand Universal-Natural Law and how it affects his life.
While unconscious after a storage bin collapses on top of him, Salvatore finds himself in a parallel life, with no remembrance of his accident or of his life in Gloucester. In this other existence, he meets the translucent Gloria. She tells him life is about being, and places a crystal in his hand. A vision screen opens before Salvatore, displaying what he refers to as Holy Symbols-symbols that speak to him of Omnipresence and explain forgiveness as everything we already have in our creation.
Jolted back to his usual life by the frantic calls of his friend, Jack, he finds himself cramped beneath the collapsed bin. After an overnight stay at the hospital, he retains little memory of his strange experience and questions the possibility of an injury-induced hallucination. Disillusionment sets in when he remembers the crystal, and is stunned to find it still in his pocket. The visions return, and Salvatore merges with them when he encounters Great Blue Mountain, his Indian spirit guide. Gloria reappears, and uses a systematic approach geared to uncover a repressed memory within Salvatore. Her mission is to show him the truth about his life-his core identity. She explains the power of belief, the law of attraction, and the principles of vibration.
The crystal serves as a key to open doorways to higher dimensions, and involves a third ethereal entity overseeing this mystical unfolding. The convergence of Gloria and Great Blue Mountain has set the appropriate conditions for a visitation by an angel of the highest order. Salvatore's call for truth has attracted St. Gabriel the Archangel, who summoned the formation of the crystal-a receptacle for his light-body.
Gloria sustains Salvatore, when he reverts to 8 years old and relives a scene where he tries to confess his own molestation. The crystal activates in a blaze of glory. Great Blue Mountain hosts the transfiguration of Archangel Gabriel, who blesses and bows to Salvatore-an act symbolizing the immeasurable value of all God's children.
A familiar presence leads Salvatore to witness the reflection of his metamorphosis, when a scarab transforms into a radiant butterfly. The androgynous figure, which he senses has accompanied him throughout his lifetime, escorts him to a healing temple of light. Salvatore's catharsis mounts under the effects of color and sound, where the figure ultimately blends with him as his own innocence.
With the help of Great Blue Mountain, Salvatore's inter-dimensional journey ends. The irony is he wonders if it was real. But his inner voice proves to coincide with the profound truths Gloria, Great Blue Mountain, and Archangel Gabriel have revealed. He knows he lives his life in a duality of form and spirit. Through the continuing equalization of the knowledge imparted to him, he will collapse time as he rises toward the positive pole. Salvatore has knocked on the door of LIFE-embraced by the truth that beckons from beyond the narrow gate of identity, belief and perception.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 2009
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Country of Publication
United States
Imprint
Outskirts Press
Pages
268
Dimensions
127x203x15
ISBN-13
9781432711658
Product ID
2969921

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