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SOL LUCKMAN ON CONSCIOUS EVOLUTION THROUGH ART, FICTION, AND NON-FICTION

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Sol Luckman is a prolific visual artist and innovator in the field of ink painting as well as a critically acclaimed author of fiction and nonfiction. Sol’s paintings are expressionistic works on canvas and paper that inspire the imagination, uplift the spirit, and amaze the eye.  His vision of the world is deeply shamanic, as a place not wholly solid, but informed by a kinetic vibrancy that is fundamentally conscious.

Sol’s non-fiction presents a conscious healing method called Regenetics, allowing us to potentiate our DNA.  He presents an unparalleled synthesis of modern and ancient healing wisdom for anyone interested in alternative medicine, energy healing, consciousness research, quantum biology, human evolution, or personal enlightenment.  Sol’s Conscious Healing is a bestselling, reader-friendly narrative that details his experience of chronic illness and miraculous recovery thanks to Regenetics.  It provides scientific substantiation for the work of alternative healers from many orientations, clearly and convincingly making the case for energy work in general.

In his fiction, Sol calls on us to awaken from our mass cultural illusion before we self-destruct.  His newest novel, Snooze, takes us on a great adventure that opens our minds to the possibility that imagination, dreams, visions, paranormal experiences, and lucid dreaming may hold the keys to resolving the ecological, economic, social, and political deadlocks we are currently experiencing.  His Beginners Luke series illustrate the power of living in the imagination—for only through it can we reinvent ourselves and our world.

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