One part deeply personal memoir and two parts rip-snorting spiritual adventure, Long Time No See is a powerfully moving, occasionally profane, and often hilarious account of one person’s single-minded search for enlightenment.
Carrie Triﬀet’s true-life journey takes her from reluctant orthodox Jewish beginnings into a devout twenty-year practice of Nichiren Buddhism. Intending to remain a Buddhist for life, she is wholly unprepared when a profound awakening in 2005 unexpectedly changes everything, leading her insistently into a life beyond religion.
Join her on this odyssey that begins in the Midwest and travels to sunny Southern California by way of London, Paris, and the red rocks of Sedona, Arizona. Learn the metaphysical lessons oﬀered by a swanky Vegas hotel room, a past life crime scene, and a ferocious lightning storm at 30,000 feet (among many others), as Carrie relays the messages of universal truth that she is given to share with us all. ***** This book contains Carrie’s popular synopsis of A Course in Miracles, titled THE CRASH COURSE.
“Long Time No See clearly illuminates the principles of ACIM as they apply to everyday life...Did I mention it’s also funny as hell?”
~ Gary Renard, author of The Disappearance of the Universe
“We love this book! Filled with authentic guidance, this is a ‘can’t put it down’ book that’s spiked with joyous and irreverent humor. Carrie Triffet demonstrates how life is meant to be lived as a co-creator with God.”
~ Nouk Sanchez & Tomas Vieira, Co-authors of Take Me to Truth; Undoing the Ego
“Long Time No See is the most exciting Course in Miracles-related book since The Disappearance of the Universe. And Carrie’s Crash Course is a terrific intro to ACIM.”
~ Joe Wolfe, founder of Spirit Light Outreach
“This is a riveting memoir, brilliant and personal, vibrant with spiritual insight. [Carrie Triffet] is heartbreaking in her transparency and hilarious in her uncanny perspectives . . . Written with fresh, oddball sensibility, this is soulful self-realization at its finest.”
~ Sequoia Hamilton, Editor in Chief of Awaken Journal