His book, Zendor – Door to what IS, speaks of this world and other worlds with data, experience, insights, and questions, many of which the reader is challenged to answer – or at least ponder for extended periods.
Zen does not dispense recipes and firm answers to life’s questions. Instead, he invites you to use all six senses and to think. I have not been lucky enough to attend one of his workshops or retreats, yet I am dead sure I would leave with fewer limits to the possibilities in my life.
What Zen and I have in common is that we were adopted as young children. The effect that simple event has on one’s psyche is profound and lasting an entire lifetime. We are forced to ask question after question. Who am I, really? Where did I come from? Why did I grow up with these people and not “my real parents?” What is my special purpose in this universe?
Many adoptees have empathic powers beyond those of people raised under “normal” circumstances. We sense that others may see us as somehow “less than.” No wonder we adoptees seek close relationships with truly odd strangers, saints living in other dimensions, extraterrestrials, angels, folks with genuine psychic powers – need I go on?
Zen will take you there. Enjoy.
5.0 out of 5 stars May 20, 2013
By John P. DERMODY
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Been reading your book ” Zendor – Door to what is” and I CANNOT put it down…We have so many similarities, and I so resonate with your story…Halfway through the book I started yesterday evening, and can’t wait until the end of my day today so I can finish it. Thank you for being so Transparent, Authentic and Honest….This is a great read for anyone who has questioned anything about this illusion we call “Life” BRAVO!!!!! S.S., Tempe, AZ