When I wrote, The Labyrinth: Rewiring the Nodes in the Maze of your Mind back in 2018, I have to admit that the book simply wasn’t ready to be published. The writing was wordy, there were typos all over the manuscript, and the book itself focused too much on the old instead of focusing on creating a new self.
So let me begin this by apologising to my readers. Although the original version has over 50, 5-star reviews on Amazon, I must have been doing something right! I’m sorry and I greatly appreciate your patience over the years.
Thankful I am, that my publishers gave the go-ahead at the beginning of the year to rewrite the book and include some more chapters. This rendition actually contains fewer words but has a lot more knowledge and information for you to put into practice, giving credence to the adage that less can indeed, be more.
What inspired you to write this book?
I think I’m not alone when I state that I grew up believing that I was someone and something that I’m not. The influence the environment has on our perception can be powerful and crippling if we’re surrounded by people who are plagued with those kinds of mindsets.
My experiences in society during my teenage years especially really damaged my perception, not only of myself but of life as a whole. By the time I turned just fourteen I was taking class A drugs, simply because everyone else around me was doing the same. I spoke, dressed and behaved like your typical scouser, growing up in the city of Liverpool, England. My passion for the unseen realms was lost and forgotten. As a child, I would go ghost hunting and also scan the heavens for visitors from other star systems. I’ve always innately known there was more to life other than what we perceive with our limited five senses.
But no matter how passionate you are about something, if you’re surrounded by people who don’t wish to facilitate your growth and development, celebrate your achievements and also help you through the worst of times, then you won’t be able to reach your highest potential.
After my initial awakening in 2010, I had to come to terms with the fears I was suppressing with the drugs and how I’d unconsciously become a slave to whims to the collective mindsets of society. I was done pointing fingers, it was time to take responsibility. Even though I was unconsciously influenced by others, I was the one who became dependent on their company as I defined my sense of worth and identity through their perception of me. This is why by the time I reached 23 I had countless limiting and fear-based beliefs hijacking my perception.
In the years following, I practised meditation and still do to this day, but the meditative state has seeped into almost everything that I do now. This is a side-effect of expanding your consciousness as a result of letting go of the beliefs that limit your creative power.
I find it ironic that now, as I write this blog, almost 12 years since the day that changed my life that I have wound up doing the very things I loved as a child. I’m now a writer, a karmic and Starseed astrologer, a ghost hunter and also a novelist. I have come full circle and I honestly believe this is what everyone needs to do as the entire point of the awakening process is getting back to who we were before the world told us who we were.
So what is The Labyrinth about?
There are many branches on the tree of the spiritual path; yoga, meditation, metaphysics, psychology, astrology, emotional healing and shadow work, I could go on forever. All of these, spiritual and mental languages, however, are saying the same thing in their own way if you have the eyes to see the truth in them. In the Labyrinth, I have weaved many of these paths together into a coherent understanding of metaphysics and the structure of existence itself.
In this book, you’ll not only learn how to unlearn the program’s representative of the illusions of the past by integrating your fear-based emotions but also how to shift to timelines or versions of yourself that are more representative of your truth.
The book is also written in a nonlinear fashion, which means it doesn’t have to be read from cover to cover. You can simply jump to the chapter you feel you need to read at any given moment to be reminded of who and what you truly are.
What is different in this version of The Labyrinth?
The Rewired Edition contains three extra chapters and is written a lot better than the last book was. One of the chapters includes my bestselling Future Self Builder, which shows you step by step, how to be defined more by a vision of your preferred future rather than the illusions and memories of the past.
Where can I purchase a copy?
I’ll be selling signed copies with a personal message directly on my website as soon as I get my complimentary copies from my publishers. If you wish to order one in advance then, of course, you can by filling out the form below.
Amazon and other book websites will also have the book for sale on August 31st at the very latest. You can also order directly from my publisher’s website by clicking here.
The Labyrinth Card Deck (Coming Soon)
Also in the works is a card deck to go with this edition of my book. Because the book is a nonlinear guide, with the deck, you can allow synchronicity to guide you by reading the chapter highlighted by the card you pull. The deck and a set with the book and the deck will also be on sale, only here on reirei.co.uk, so stay tuned for more information!
I hope you enjoyed this blog, and feel inspired to take my hand as I guide you through the labyrinth of your old self, into the bliss and peace of your timeless self!
Love and Blessings