By: PRBuzz
November 16, 2012 at 10:11 AM EST
Author Eric Robert Nielsen Announces Release of His Book About Personal Spiritual Journey

Port Hueneme, California (PRBuzz.com) November 16, 2012 -- Author Eric R. Nielsen has announced the release of 'Beyond God's Veil,' a true story of what happens when the tools of meditation and prayer work as they are designed, by carrying the subject completely out of the only physical existence he knows and into the arms of God.

Taking a course in meditation while stationed with the Navy in Spain, the author was never told that meditation was designed to connect the soul with God. After meditating for only three months Eric would have an experience that has had him on a personal quest for answers about afterlife over the last forty years.

Finally feeling comfortable that his meditation experience is one of reaching traditional higher consciousness, readers of all established religions will appreciate the author's detailed account of being born again in the classic biblical meaning of the phrase.

Where many people have had near death or out-of-body experiences to return with tales of what the heavenly realms are like and about life after death, no one has returned with information to share about both the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God.
Readers will be amazed at the detail with which the author can describe the complete journey, from being created, baptism by the Holy Spirit, what is baptism for, standing as the soul before the Source we call God, the true meaning behind the symbolic story of eating the apple from the Tree of Knowledge, and the change that happens within all of us as we go from soul into our very first sense of self, as something separate from God.

The message doesn't end there, however. What if the message to be learned, is that we are created only once and then required to roam from life after life without ever reconnecting to God until we wise up? What if the heavens of the near death and out-of-body travelers are realms with higher beings and ever more wisdom for us to acquire, but not places where individuals will ultimately find God?
We have always been told that if we live a good life or build up good karma, we will go to heaven. But, is heaven real? And what if we land in heaven thinking we finally have it made and lifetimes later our good karma wears out and we end up back on earth again, in order to finally get it right? What if going through life being good people isn't enough to launch our journey all the way back to God? What if there are many heavens and much wisdom that must be gained before our journey is complete?

And what if the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven truly are separated by the Tree of Knowledge and it is our job while in this life time on earth, to reconnect with God and discover our true identity as the soul, so we have a firm foundation in our heart as to what our journey should consist of in order to return home for good?

Great people like Jesus, Krishna, Buddha and others have insisted that there is a wealth of wisdom to be had within our inner realm. The author wants readers to believe without a doubt that these messages are true and necessary at the same time, if we are to understand who we all truly are as individuals and as a community, so we can grow together into eternity. Everyone will make it to the final destination, but the lesson is--how long do you want it to take?

Profile:
Author Eric Nielsen grew up in East Brunswick, New Jersey; but has lived most of his life Southern California with his wife of 36 years, Joanne. Eric loves the outdoors, especially fishing and biking in the Lake Tahoe region of California. Lately, he has been throwing himself into completing his book and organizing his blog: "The Mystic Post."

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For more information about the launch of 'Beyond God's Veil... A True Story of Piercing the Cloud of Unknowing', contact Eric R. Nielsen by visiting his website at www.EricRobertNielsen.com or by sending him a message at eric@ericrobertnielsen.com.

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