Such an unforgettable experience — reading your poems – profound, painful, joyful, privileged glimpses into your journey. I love it.
The very architecture of your words seems to reflect and enhance the core of feeling and being. It is a masterpiece, and deserves to be widely available.
Gill Wright, lucid-living.com
I can't thank you enough for sharing your wonderful poetry with me, the best gift I've ever received. The poems are so moving I still haven't read them all, it takes me a few days to absorb the raw beauty of your words and stories, a truly wonderful experience reading them.
I thoroughly recommend this book to everyone who acknowledges that the source of fulfillment lies within us. And I especially commend it for the new and necessary direction it provides for psychiatry and all mental therapies.
I wanted to write and tell you just how good I thought your poems were... I found the poems about friendship and about your father the most moving, and the short ones (about stars and chickens among others!) the most fun. I would read them all again. Well done. I can only begin to imagine what it must have taken to write them all, and to the standard you have accomplished.
Thanks to the precision and relevance of Simon Macnab’s questions, and the lucidity and appropriateness of the answers, this book offers itself as a remarkable tool of understanding for the rediscovery of what is already present at the heart of “non-dual wisdom teachings”. It is a real working tool, “a spiritual dictionary” which allows one to reach self-knowledge.
I'm really enjoying your poems, some of them are very moving, you're really very talented. I hope the book is a success, as it deserves to be.
Simon Macnab was born in London in 1955, grew up in Paris, and was educated at Eton and Oxford. Prior to 1992, he pursued careers in international management, consulting and finance, but was always drawn to the creative life. Since 1992, Simon has studied psychology, metaphysics, philosophy, and creative writing. He is co-author with Dr Jean-Marc Mantel, of „The Scent of Oneness“, a dialogue on non-dualism in daily life. After extensive travelling, he now lives in London.