Nominated for the Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Book Award 2016.
Starting at a London railway station, Tony takes the reader into an investigation of the farthest reaches of our consciousness: crossing continents, stepping into the shoes of the ancients and sifting through phenomena that defy the usual scientific and medical tools. He finishes up in Aotearoa New Zealand encountering a two thousand-year-old tree called Tane Mahuta.
What is humanity’s ‘sense of more than’ all about? Could it be a potent force against aggression and violence? Do we need to know? Tony’s erudite and thoughtful book takes the reader on an unforgettable journey.
Will be enjoyed by those with an interest in:
- religion & spirituality
Tony Michael Martin is a retired surgeon of the head and neck with a philosopher’s interest in the part of the body he once explored with science and scalpel.