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Metaphysical Phenomena Meets Consciousness Explained Meets Personal Growth

The postmodern ontology (as in style, not politics) that I use when writing non-fiction, and fictional stories, focuses on inner awareness as a modern philosophy of freedom. ESC looks at the universe I’ve known as a continuous forward-moving driveline and, through personal experiences and consciousness explained of that in-between stuff, I share my personal growth findings. All I needed was pen, paper, and desire. My fiction draws upon the foundational structure of ESC, explores the consciousness of thought through character development, and veers toward much laughter at my past foibles, somewhat exaggerated for an entertaining display of a purposeful life.

While writing ESC, originally as one journal entry, I discovered that science and spirituality are not necessarily mutually exclusive tools. I therefore share my writings, in a carved out style of mingling accepted perspectives with revolutionary new thought, so that non-scholarly readers passionate about uncovering their unique place in the World can have a simple roadmap. I found that when I know how I drive my vehicle (fast, slow, anxious, daring, for pleasure, for utility, etc.), detours are only brief adventures, and all remains a journaling path to personal growth, and spiritual freedom.

Mary LaForge is the author of HOW I ESCAPED FROM BLOODY HELL: X-PLORING FREEDOM (ESC), a postmodern mashup of metaphysical insights, and a Nikola Tesla paradigm, all stirred up together with a pinch of scripture. LaForge has published five books.

Excerpted comment from book review:

Fascinating. I definitely think that this is a good read for anyone who wants to be exposed to different perspectives on the universe itself and how humans interact with it all!

— T.Anderson, Literary Titan

I read your book. Although I found parts of it hard to understand, overall, I gained a sense of spiritual connectedness I had never felt before. I had never been aware of the concept that the closest anyone can be to our Creator is when they are being creative! That’s so encouraging and helped me cherish my journaling times more than ever. I even felt inspired to write a parody song, and applied to get it copyrighted. It has all been a very spiritual enlightening experience.

— Linda White