Deborah Saxon

Doctoral Candidate – Iliff School of Theology, University of Denver

“Mystic Travelers: Awakening is a book that continues to resonate within one’s soul. This beautiful, sensitive novel provides a broad and comprehensive vision for the future which transcends the barriers of traditional religious beliefs. It envisions new possibilities for humans in shedding fear and anger as we connect with the divine within. It belongs to the rich, sacred heritage of thought by helping us remember who we really are and who we can be. It’s wonderfully hopeful and highly recommended.”

 

Doshin Michael NelsonDoshin Michael Nelson, Roshi

Founder of Integral Zen, Inc.
Order of Hollow Bones

“Mystic Travelers: Awakening leads the reader’s imagination out of darkness into the light of infinite possibilities. It presents a timely vision of a new world transformed by the power and mystery of Love. It contains the deep insights and spiritual truths which Father Rick Meyers has accumulated in a lifetime of working as a Priest and Transpersonal Psychotherapist – a lifetime of prayerful contemplation, meditation, and selfless service to all sentient and insentient beings. It is a must read for anyone on a spiritual path.”

 

Jamie LaRue

Director, Douglas County Libraries
Colorado Librarian of the Year

“F. W. Rick Meyers has crafted an engaging spiritual/science fiction allegory that offers excitement, subtle turnings, and narrative twists. Mystic Travelers: Awakening poses a leap in evolution, a sudden breakthrough of both science and consciousness. Many of the lessons and teachings will be welcome to a broad audience.”

 

Greg Giesen

Award-winning author of Mondays At 3: A Story for Managers Learning to Lead

“Mystic Travelers is one of the most powerful books I’ve ever read. F.W. Rick Meyers has the uncanny ability to take you on a profound journey with Michael Wyman, the book’s main character, while simultaneously causing you to reflect upon the deeper questions impacting your own life. This is not only a must-read; it’s a must-discuss as well. Share the book and share your thoughts. Trust me, there’ll be a lot of them.”

 

The Reverend Dr. Jerome W. Berryman

Senior Fellow – Center for the Theology of Childhood

“F. W. Rick Meyers has written a wonderful novel. It’s pages of action and reflection seem to turn themselves. He sets good scenes. The action is sharp and clear. His characters are his friends and he enjoys telling their multi-dimensional stories. The story is alive and it’s not over. I look forward to what happens next.”

by rtCamp on June 7, 2012 ·

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