The Lost Keys

The Lost Keys

Unlock the Secrets to Happiness

eBook - 2013
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The Lost Keys is a brutally honest, personal, and humorous account of a young mans spiritual journey. Following an unconventional upbringing with his single parent mother, Chris moved to London at nineteen. He was broke, depressed, and had no real direction in life. He discovered a new age book that reawakened his spiritual connections and motivated a five-year journey that led to happiness. Chris has been exposed to surreal moments that supported his adventure in more ways than he could have possibly imagined. He worked with the Prime Minister for two years, and as a Diplomat in Iraq for eight months where he came close to death twice, and taught an Army Major how to meditate. Chris has met Kings, Queens, Presidents and the Dalai Lama, but it was a monk in Burma who taught him the most important lesson of all, and gave him the inspiration to write The Lost Keys. People from all walks of life are looking for a greater sense of purpose. In a recent UK Census, 79 percent agreed that religion was the main cause for misery and conflict in the world, and 61 percent agreed that organised religion was in terminal decline. Religion and materialism are not enough anymoresomething else is missing. The Lost Keys will show you the world in a different light, inspire you to change your mindset for the better, and help you see hidden messages. They unlock the secrets to happiness and help you find that missing something.
Publisher: [United States] :, Balboa Press,, 2013
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ISBN: 9781452566245
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Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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