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Journey To The Stream: Passage To Purpose

What if your brain were divided into pieces of land: six distinct territories, each with its own distinct 'laws of nature'? What if each time you visited one, it took control of your thoughts and feelings? What if, all of a sudden and for no reason, you couldn't make up your mind, or you just felt lost and confused? Tony Kirkland, MS, a former psychotherapist in NYC, discovered six such places where we collectively gather. These are not physical places, of course, but they might as well be. There are six regions in our brains that, once we enter them, control what we experience.

Embark on the Pages, Unveil the Essence

Dive into the enchanting realms of 'Journey to the Stream,' where stories weave seamlessly between reality and fantasy. Through evocative prose, this literary voyage captivates with its vivid imagery, inviting readers to explore the depths of the human experience and the mesmerizing currents of imagination.

Savor the Prose

The book’s strength lies in its evocative prose. Take your time to appreciate the linguistic craftsmanship and the way it evokes senses and emotions.

Reflect on the Imagery

Pay close attention to the vivid imagery used throughout the book. Reflect on how these descriptions enhance your understanding and emotional connection to the story.

Engage in Discussions

If possible, discuss the book with others. Sharing insights can enhance your appreciation of its complexities and the different layers of meaning.

Why Choose " Journey to the Stream" Book

Immersive Storytelling

" Journey to the Stream" offers a unique and immersive storytelling experience, drawing readers into a world where reality and imagination seamlessly blend.

Vivid Imagery

The book is known for its vivid and evocative imagery, creating a sensory-rich experience that allows readers to visualize the scenes and emotions described.

Exploration of the Human Experience

With a focus on universal themes such as love, loss, hope, and resilience, the book delves deep into the complexities of the human experience, making it relatable and thought-provoking.

Reflective and Thoughtful

The book encourages readers to reflect on their own lives and experiences, fostering a sense of introspection and personal connection with the characters and themes.

About the Author

Tony Kirkland, MS, was a practicing psychotherapist in private practice in New York City for over 15 years. Over the course of the subsequent 15 years, he created a program called Structural AlignmentTM, which allows for radical transformation of seemingly intractable problems

I grew up on the mean streets of Harlem, New York City, which gave me street smarts. Harlem had a very strong community at the time, in addition to its rougher side, and I learned from both. As much as I appreciated the lessons, I never really felt that was my place. Instead, I always saw a better life for myself, and the degree of suffering and destruction scared me enough to know I never wanted to live a life like that. I felt that no one should live a life like that, so I decided at the age of 14 I was going to become a psychotherapist. I didn’t plan to be just any psychotherapist, but the best in the world: the Michael Jordan of psychotherapists.

Tony Kirkland

Cathy opened her eyes. She lay still for a few moments, staring at an unfamiliar blank ceiling above her. She didn’t know where she was or why she was there. All she knew was that her head was pounding.

On Monday, Cathy woke up early and got ready to go see Seth. She couldn’t remember the last time she’d felt so nervous. Even so, she felt a strange sense of determination—since she’d left the hospital, everyone had been tiptoeing around her, afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing. She didn’t want this to be what her family life was like.

The blackness slowly faded until suddenly there was too much light. Cathy found herself lying on her back on something that felt like grass, but had to wait for her eyes to adjust before she could see anything. When she sat up and looked around, blinking, she noticed her five travelling companions stirring beside her. They were in a sunny field, amid long grass. She could see a forest off in the distance.

After two hours of walking, the travelers came across a signpost that read, Either Way. Cathy didn’t think she’d ever seen a more unhelpful sign; both sides tapered off into arrows, so the sign seemed to point in opposite directions.

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