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PhenomeN/A of Phantom Pain
the Purifying Process of Self Discovery
by Rachel Ellis

Overview


"PhenomeN/A of Phantom Pain" is an inspiring novel for anyone with a curiosity about the concentrics of existential belief and neuroscience, and anyone with a fascination for understanding different approaches to life and who they are in it. It is for anyone who has survived betrayal and had the strength to become a better version of themself with the courage to share their experience selflessly, and the ingenuity to use it to make a difference in the world. 

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"PhenomeN/A of Phantom Pain" is a breathtaking novel about one woman's spiritual journey through a holding pattern of pain, loss, and oppression to win her freedom and excavate her authentic self. You will root for Talley Loveland as she is thrust into situations that all but break her spirit and strip her of everything she owns, including her freedom, only to rise again and become a more evolved version of herself. As a function of the severe maltreatment and her genetic predispositions, Talley's mental illness further obstructs her path to victory until she makes the striking revelations garnered from science and prayer. Able to see the parallels of both phantoms in her life, the tormentor she married, and the tormentor in her genetic code, and through a series of well-orchestrated turn of events that go beyond the explanation of coincidence, Talley's faith and assent in the academic world of neuropsychology unearth the phenomeN/A of phantom pain.
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About the author


Like the protagonist in the novel, Rachel Ellis completed her doctorate in the Neuropsychological Sciences and grappled with the age-old adage, "biology is destiny". Through the plotline involving car accidents, a coma, mental illness, betrayal, red hot romance, conservatorship, grandiose dreams, and pursuit of "me search", she challenges the questions of existential beliefs and neuroscience. She tackles profound concepts like self-discovery, and practicing peace to convert a brutal betrayal into constructive energy to make a difference in the world. In this psychological thriller of one woman's spiritual journey through a holding pattern of pain, loss, and oppression to win her freedom and excavate her authentic self, the central message of the sufficiency of faith coupled with the resourcefulness of science to make the best use of what we have been given to work within this human experience is explored.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Christian / Romance

Language:English

Pages:158

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781667804002


Overview


"PhenomeN/A of Phantom Pain" is an inspiring novel for anyone with a curiosity about the concentrics of existential belief and neuroscience, and anyone with a fascination for understanding different approaches to life and who they are in it. It is for anyone who has survived betrayal and had the strength to become a better version of themself with the courage to share their experience selflessly, and the ingenuity to use it to make a difference in the world. 

Read more

Description


"PhenomeN/A of Phantom Pain" is a breathtaking novel about one woman's spiritual journey through a holding pattern of pain, loss, and oppression to win her freedom and excavate her authentic self. You will root for Talley Loveland as she is thrust into situations that all but break her spirit and strip her of everything she owns, including her freedom, only to rise again and become a more evolved version of herself. As a function of the severe maltreatment and her genetic predispositions, Talley's mental illness further obstructs her path to victory until she makes the striking revelations garnered from science and prayer. Able to see the parallels of both phantoms in her life, the tormentor she married, and the tormentor in her genetic code, and through a series of well-orchestrated turn of events that go beyond the explanation of coincidence, Talley's faith and assent in the academic world of neuropsychology unearth the phenomeN/A of phantom pain.

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About the author


Like the protagonist in the novel, Rachel Ellis completed her doctorate in the Neuropsychological Sciences and grappled with the age-old adage, "biology is destiny". Through the plotline involving car accidents, a coma, mental illness, betrayal, red hot romance, conservatorship, grandiose dreams, and pursuit of "me search", she challenges the questions of existential beliefs and neuroscience. She tackles profound concepts like self-discovery, and practicing peace to convert a brutal betrayal into constructive energy to make a difference in the world. In this psychological thriller of one woman's spiritual journey through a holding pattern of pain, loss, and oppression to win her freedom and excavate her authentic self, the central message of the sufficiency of faith coupled with the resourcefulness of science to make the best use of what we have been given to work within this human experience is explored.
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