I wanted first to call this a mystic novel but on second thoughts decided to drop the qualifying adjective. The reason is that the word ‘mystic’ is alas far too often associated with the mysterious and the intangible whereas the fact of the matter is as the wisest of men have proclaimed with one voice down the ages that the things we call concrete and tangible appear so in proportion as they mirror the mystic Light beyond land and sea that informs them.
I acknowledge gratefully the valuable help I have received from my poet friend and co-disciple Norman Dowsett of our Ashram who went through my manuscript and suggested many valuable alterations. I thanks also many others for their kind encouragement and co-operating and not the least those of my painstaking friends in charge of the printing of my book in our ashram Press.
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