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Book details
  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Gay
  • Language:English
  • Pages:270
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781667800950
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667800943

A Knot In the Tree

by Nathan Aaron View author's profile page

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Overview
When you set out on a journey guided by the universe, magical experiences will find you. "A Knot In the Tree" is an ambitious work of fiction that shares one man's journey towards growth, self-actualization, and self-love. Nathan Aaron's novel reminds readers to embrace each step throughout life's journey, and to remember that life is about the journey, not the destination.
Description
When you set out on a journey guided by the universe, magical experiences will find you. "A Knot In the Tree" is an ambitious work of fiction that shares one man's journey towards growth, self-actualization, and self-love. Nathan Aaron's novel reminds readers to embrace each step throughout life's journey, and to remember that life is about the journey, not the destination. Joniah, a young gay man in a small European village, has reached a crossroads where he must decide if he will continue a life of mundanity or set out on a physical and spiritual adventure requiring risk, faith, and courage. He moves through several obstacles placed before him and he eventually learns that the universe is working in his favor if he will follow the signs. As he surrenders to the voice of his spirit, he not only learns to trust himself but meets friends along the way who help him discover his personal connection to the universe and its magic.
About the author
Nathan Aaron was born and raised in the hills of West Virginia, celebrated for its rich Appalachian oral history, folk art, music, and legend. He left the "mountain state" to attend the University of Indianapolis as a classical vocal performance major, and later set his sights on New York City, where he moved in 2002 to study musical theatre at The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA). After graduation, he worked for a decade as an actor in the performing arts, both in New York and throughout the United States. Nathan transitioned from the stage by expanding his event and project management skills within the arenas of corporate global investment firms, nonprofit justice, and human rights initiatives, as well as, with private art collectors and political philanthropists. Travelling frequently in the U.S, the United Kingdom, and Europe, Nathan has also walked the 500-mile sacred pilgrimage route called, The Camino Santiago de Compostela in Spain which clarified his vocation as a writer, speaker, and facilitator. In his writing and teaching Nathan tells the candid story of his personal journey of making his way out of a cult-like Christian evangelical ministry which espoused a strict holiness code. As the gay son of a Baptist pastor, he set out on a path to discover and practice a more inclusive universal spirituality. Nathan articulates his thoughts and reflections, elaborating upon universal spiritual themes and realizations recorded over a twenty-year period of daily journaling, meditation, and prayer. He continues his work as a writer and spiritual teacher based in New York City. To learn more about his work you can contact Nathan Aaron via his website, walkingyourselfhome.com.
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