A Wave to the Stars One thought on “A Wave to the Stars” Isaiah Storywarrior says: August 25, 2019 at 6:45 pm On Easter many folks around the world celebrate a corpse getting up and walking. But what if this special story is not journalistic history, but points to a deeper reality; a transformation within our own consciousness? What is the reality that moves beyond death? Consider clinical depression. If I am clinically depressed, there are dozens, perhaps hundreds, of possible solutions. A little Prozac, Celexa, Lexapro, Zoloft, Paxil, or other pharmaceutical aids may help. Although Duke University research suggests daily movement and physical exercise may be just as effective. Perhaps a week in the Bahamas, quitting the job thatâ€™s grinding me down, losing 20 pounds, or leaving the relationship that has grown stale. Any of these might do the trick! But what if the apparent mental or emotional depression is really something deeper? What if I am encountering a more fundamental despair for which there is only one cure? What if my only option for healing is to climb into the mystery of my own consciousness? Gene Marshall invites us to explore a frontier more expansive than the Milky Way as we encounter The Enigma of Consciousnessâ€¦..A Wave to the Stars. Reply You must sign up or log in to comment.