You’ve always wanted to be transformed, to enter a world that calls to you but have never seen or experienced. Tired of the mundane and normal, needing an escape from the exhaustion of a life that happened to you, burdened down by endless obligation and responsibilities that leave you wanting more.
You long for escape.
You want to be experienced.
You want to be taken away.
Meet Brenton Blake, a successful Writer that is burned out from his normal life.
Just like you, he wants more and travels to the eerie and mysterious city of Idyllwild, deep in the southern woods of California to contemplate life and begin again. What he discovers in the haunting isolation of his cabin brings him face to face with dangerous perils, near death choices and a new discovery about the salvation of true love.
Author, Robin Reed has spent 20 years struggling with the pillars of religion to find a unique spiritual practice in the small space where religion, psychology, physics and science all intersect to validate only one universal truth: this life is much more than we know!
Traveling the world, reading and studying the masters of mystics, sages and thought leaders, Robin has made it his life’s work to find the connection between our humanity and the great beyond to experience the existence of a Higher Power, a hidden “source” of intelligence that creeps just below our cerebral limitations of consciousness.
Prayer, Meditation, Psychedelics, Financial Success, Goals, Mind Hacking, Affirmations, Nero-Linguistic Programming and more, led Robin back to the beginning of his life to look at the childhood traumas and abuse that instilled a lifetime of narcissism and obsessive behaviors to be slowly (and carefully) unraveled.
Lovers in the Woods is based upon Robin’s true story of finding the connection with that divine source, coupled with the desire to experience love as more than an act, feeling or status, breaking away from the trite meanings and limitations often taught by church, coaches and tribes. This book will challenge viewpoints of romance, being cherished and love for self, in the perilous intersection with the divine source of life.