We have all wondered, “Why am I here on earth? What am I doing in this place, with these people? Why are events happening in my life that seem to come out of the blue?” We have all asked ourselves why bad things happen to good people. We have questioned why we were born into the family of which we are a part. We have been mystified that we are strangely fearful of certain things or people and oddly attracted to others.
We have sought guidance from our parents, teachers, and religious leaders. We have read books and taken courses, all with the hope of finding answers to these vital questions. And yet we are never satisfied with the information that we have found.
Remembering Eternity is a nine-book enlightenment novel that answers these and other perplexing questions. The books follow the search undertaken by their protagonist, Skylar Seequn, for the holiest of holy grails: the meaning of life. The work begins with the child Skylar’s experience of transcendental bliss, explains how domestic life chases it away, and traces his search to rediscover it.
Skylar attempts to locate earthly paradise in all the places where most of look for it: in the pleasures of the senses, in achievement, in knowledge, in reputation, and in wealth. The nine books follow his zigging and zagging as he realizes the emptiness of all these mirage Edens.
While the novel is fiction, it contains, spread throughout its nine volumes, the solutions to the most intricate of life’s puzzles. The wisdom gathered and propounded by Enlightened Masters over the ages is introduced into the plot in such a way that readers from every religious and spiritual background can understand and appreciate it.
Readers should acquire Remembering Eternity for its spiritual insights, for its evocative scene descriptions and almost hologrammatic character development, for the elegance of its language, and out of a desire to experience a work of fiction unlike anything they have ever previously encountered.