Richard Bradshaw was born in San Francisco, grew up high in the mountains of Colorado, spent sixteen years in Hawaii learning the meaning of ‘culture’ and how to ‘partake’ of various other cultural realities by allowing transformation of his own. The past twenty five years he’s been teaching at universities in Japan and slowly soaking up a fundamentally different ‘reality’. Inspiration for his novels and many of the ideas found therein are a product of personal experience as a practitioner and teacher of yoga and meditation for over forty years, studies in the fields of Asian comparative religion (M.A.) and social and cross-cultural psychology (PhD.), and more informally quantum physics and cosmology.
Living for long periods of time in radically differing cultures and traveling extensively throughout the East has also provided a few insights into the nature and diversity of the wide range of ‘realities’ that exist in the world today, some of which have found their way into the worlds of Journey to Mandalam and his other writings.
Journey to Mandalam
by Richard Bradshaw
A huge anomaly near the coast of Oregon brings five people and a group of star travelers together for adventures into other dimensions both inner and outer where they come into contact with various other beings all pursuing the meaning of life. Adventures and insights abound around speculations on who we are, how we and the cosmos came to be, the true nature of our reality and ultimate destiny.
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