Mirti Venyon Reiyas


Mirti Venyon Reiyas is one part of a larger Consciousness Being, and in her particular incarnation has manifested talents in teaching, writing and gardening. Mirti chose an open-minded artistic family in South Africa to take birth in, and also obtained a degree in teaching in South Africa, at the University of Pretoria, with English Literature as one of her major subjects. Presently she co-exists with her husband, kids, pets, trees and a host of other beings in a peaceful place in the Earth domain. She has travelled extensively in this domain, and lived in India for six years, in pursuit of mysticism, alternative healing, environmentalism, and a spiritual lifestyle. She has met with numerous probable selves, and writes stories whilst in connection with her Higher Inner Being and other selves. Writing is her favourite way of co-creating with the universe.
Contact the author at: mvreiyas@gmail.com

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Kadamba of Gentle Humilaith
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 40,370. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy, Fiction » Fantasy » General
A popular young Travel Facilitator with a promising career becomes involved in a fast-paced adventure when he is commissioned by his competitive boss to visit an unexplored continent. As he co-creates experiences in different places and dimensions in order to assist in protecting the inter-planetary portal, he comes closer to rediscovering his memory, love, higher self and the variegated Cosmos.
Ephemerine Tree
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 41,420. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy, Fiction » Fantasy » General
The eternal connection between a butterfly-like being from a higher dimension and various incarnate parts of herself in the Density Domain is the binding force in the quest to steer planet Artea into a positive future probability.

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  • A Magical and Inspiring Story Book One: A Boy Named Ray on Aug. 12, 2012

    Review by: Mirti Venyon Reiyas on Aug. 09, 2012 : (Remove) “The wind lifted Ray up in the air and took off like a flash to start their journey while his parents worriedly watched as he floated away. At first, the wind carried him past the lake, past the banana and the mango trees, then past the mountains. The forest swept by; blue lakes and rivers skimmed past. Ray feasted his eyes on the details of this new and exciting place. He looped and rolled, swooping and circling, over, sideways, and under the sky laughing with sheer delight.” Ray is a special gift from God to his parents, a physically deformed couple who had experienced much hardship in their lives. Their positive attitude, love for each other, humility and pure-heartedness – never becoming angry or revengeful with those who shunned and teased them – shine forth in the novel and although they attribute their final success to God, it is clear that it has a lot to do with their own spiritual impeccability and integrity. The novel is written in simple language, easily understandable by children as young as five years old. Parents can read this fun, love-filled adventure to their children, and children aged seven and above may be able to read it themselves. The serene and magical forest life that Ray’s family takes part in, leaves one with a smile and a host of warm feelings. The plot thickens when Ray starts going to school – how will the family fit in when the parents had previously been driven away by society? Being in a school enables Ray’s father to interact with his teacher, and when others finally get to know him better, they realise that he is a wonderful person, despite his gross physical appearance. Ray’s special relationship with the elements of wind, water, fire and earth adds an interesting fantasy element to the novel. For non-Christian audiences, be aware that there are a few places where Christianity is mentioned, and that that is the religious persuasion of Ray’s parents. This does not, however, play a very central role and the book can be enjoyed by people of all denominations. On the whole the book is fun, inspiring and it fosters co-operation, love and acceptance. A great choice if you are looking for a bedtime story to read to your kids! - Review by M.V. Reiyas http://mvreiyas.wordpress.com/