Indiana Jones meets The Buddha
Memoir of spiritual exploration calls for self-discovery and conservation
OTTAWA, ONTARIO – Are social issues such as climate change, financial collapse and nuclear technology making civilization vulnerable to extinction? Professor, scholar and world traveler, Ian Prattis believes that our culture needs to awaken spiritually in order to ensure survival.
“Our world has become an unpredictable beast that we fail to work with intelligently,” Prattis said. “We have to take back control of ourselves and this is a spiritual matter.”
Prattis’ new book “Trailing Sky Six Feathers” illuminates issues that he believes will impact the human race for generations. The book follows him on his spiritual journey as he travels across the globe throughout the course of two lifetimes.
“Trailing Sky Six Feathers caps my long-term fascination with consciousness,” Prattis said. “My past life memories are now allowed to collide head on with the present.”
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“Trailing Sky Six Feathers”
By Ian Prattis
Available at: Amazon, Xlibris and Barnes and Noble online bookstores
About the Author
Ian Prattis is a poet, Professor Emeritus, founder of Friends for Peace and a spiritual warrior for planetary care and social justice. Ian now lives with his wife Carolyn in the west end of Ottawa where the Pine Gate Meditation Hall is located in the lower level of their home. Since retiring from Carleton University in 2007, he has authored four books on dharma, two on the environment, a novel and this legend/autobiographical combo and enjoys the freedom to create at his own pace. He has yet to discern the ordinary meaning of retirement.
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