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The Point of Vanishing: A Tale of Truth and Things Imagined

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: Rashid Maxwell grew up in a post-war England that was frugal, repressive and rebellious. After public school, active military service in the Royal Navy and a gap year working his way round North America, he studied at Oxford University and Chelsea College of Art. Thereafter, he lived for nearly twenty years as an artist, art lecturer and art therapist until, following an inner voice, he sold everything and went to live organically with his wife and four children in the remote Welsh Marches. It was there that a close call with death impelled him to make his life a quest. With his family, he travelled to the East and met his master Osho. It was at this point that his real life began. For thirteen years he lived and worked in the master’s commune. Since the master’s death, he has lived in many countries, painting, designing landscapes and buildings for sacred use, writing poetry, keeping bees, gardening in rural Devon with his beloved Nisheetha and playing with a pandemonium of grandchildren

: “How do I find my way?” Victor is escaping from a world of crumbling institutions, power and paranoia. He faces, one by one, the heartaches and the inner challenges we human beings are called upon to face. He tangles with a tantric lover, faces death in a meeting with his long-dead parents and flounders in the mirages of mind. We travel with him through the sometimes tragic, sometimes comic landscapes of the modern world. In this expansive work, the author interweaves related stories from his own inexplicable life. This is an adventure story that is spiritual, not religious. It is a journey to self-realisation—a journey that we all must make at some time in the cycle of our lives.

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