Enlightenment is Easy


 March 16, 2010 – Have you ever wondered how difficult it is to become enlightened? Have you ever even considered the possibility as an attainable reality? Well, G. Peter Madstone says, “Enlightenment is easy.”

“Enlightenment is Easy,” says Madstone

Dare to live a life that only you can live. What if one day you suddenly woke up knowing that your whole life has been just a dream? What would you do? Where would you go?

Happily, G. Peter Madstone – Mystery Keeper and author, has determined that not only is it easy to attain this higher state of existence, but it is absolutely necessary for the survival and evolution of the species.

The details of the process are presented in Pete’s new book “Dreams of the Magus – Where Angels Fear to Tread”. In “Dreams of the Magus” the Author says, “Know that what you wish is—it is as simple as that.”

Of course there is a little more to it than that, he would admit, but Madstone has a way of peeling away the complexities of our material and spiritual existences, and putting things in a way that is not only accessible, but challenging and revolutionary in his message and presentation.

“Dreams of the Magus” is obviously influenced by Kaballah, Taoism, and other forms of Eastern thought, but the information is handed to the reader in a way the Western mind will find easily approachable.

Dreams of the Magus is available at

Amazon Online

and soon at

Barnes and Noble Online
and by order at major and local booksellers, as well as on the Internet’s book merchant websites.

For book purchase, press kit and more information, visit
Madstone Mystery Labs Website

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