Boaz, on a spiritual path, journeys within, wanting to detach his mind, to find his soul and return to spirit. He wants to discover the purpose of his being human through result and not by belief. In mediation he uncovers previous lives and pays his price for opening doors that were once closed. But, he is Boaz, and no longer wants to live in-between haunting memories from a particular life in Rukutu. He explores his green-clad diary -'Going There’- containing: letters, comments, meetings and dialogues with Jachin, telepathic connections, crying in a hired car, throwing up in a hotel room, erogenous encounters and past life snippets. He recalls the actual events, piecing them together and uncovers the reasons foR shifts in his consciousness. Exploring his body-mind-heart-soul-spirit condition he is caught in-between dimensions of reality. He journeys to India and has an out-of-body episode while crossing the Beas River. In the Northern corner of the Punjab state, in Suranussi, a village mandal in the Jalandhar district near Chandigarh city, he finds himself in another life time where he is killed in a mustard field. He persists with his meditation and returns to a particular life time in a place called Rukutu where he discovers a trail of in-between spaces linking him to his present life.
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