A captivating memoir of religious disillusionment, burnout and Divine Love.
Bumping into the Divine during the infamous ‘Irish Troubles’, Dylan Morrison was blissfully unaware of the amazing yet painful psycho-spiritual journey that lay ahead for him.
This is his story; an amazing tale of hope for all those wounded by dysfunctional religion and life’s unexpected tragedies.
‘It’s a fascinating and inspirational book.’
‘With a wry wit that often had me laughing, The Prodigal Prophet is a book I’m glad I read. Dylan Morrison is a man with a large heart and an eye that sees deeply.’
‘Clarity of style and honesty of representation make this work stand head and shoulders above your contemporaries. Excellent.’
‘With all the gab of the Irish you are a gifted story teller. No matter that this is an autobiography or that it tells your spiritual journey, if it were the diary of your mathematical tasks I think you’d make it a fascinating read. I’m an atheist with no interest in religious stories but I read yours with thorough enjoyment.‘
‘Your prologue is beautiful! I felt I received a whole new education once you launched into your personal journey. I grew up in south-west USA, and found your accounts/ experiences like nothing I’d heard of in my life.’
An inspirational, out-of-the-box collection of disarmingly humorous, yet poignantly prophetic, daily reflections from Irish, mystical writer, Dylan Morrison.
Each short thought holds a key to Self discovery and personal freedom, advocating a new perspective on the Nazarene and His radical spiritual message.
If you’re a recovering religious junkie or a curious spiritual seeker then this is the book for you.
A book for both mind and heart. Rooted in the often neglected practice of Christian mysticism, Irish contemplative, Dylan Morrison. leads us into an exploratory roller-coaster tour of our inner and outer psychological landscapes.
Part 2 taps into Morrison’s own personal stream of consciousness. Images, insights and practical wisdom flow from each page, helping the reader to step out of limiting, concept-focused religion and into the place of Mystery.
An inspirational read for all those craving a fresh take on the life and teachings of the Nazarene, Yeshua bar Yosef.
Matrix Messiah lifts the lid on the subconscious matrix that most of us miss, the subliminal puppet-master of our day-to-day relationships and actions.
Discover why certain people get under our skin; why we feel trapped by life; why inner peace continually eludes us.
Dylan Morrison, examines the radical mission of Nazarene prophet, Yeshua bar Yosef, through the complementary lenses of Girardian mimetic theory and transpersonal psychology.
The result? A key of knowledge, a long time hidden, yet deeply practical revelation that frees us from inter-personal control and cultural manipulation.
A therapeutic insight into the Galilean holy man; one that will challenge the prevailing world views of Christianity, atheism and just about everything else in-between.
Mystical Steps is a down-to earth, inspirational guide to mysticism, for those interested in exploring its unique take on Ultimate Reality.
Although present within the experiential histories of all the world’s major religions, mystical encounters still remain enigmatic to most people of faith and those of none.
Morrison introduces the reader to three common strands that encapsulate most mystical thought and practice, before leading the would-be mystic through the practical steps that can be taken on the journey into Divine Love.
A much needed book for those who thirst for more, irrespective of their metaphysical camp.
Jesus, Junkies & Abuse is a book about elephants in the religious room; those damaging relational aspects of faith that are hastily excused, or embarrassingly brushed under the sacred carpet. Dylan Morrison tackles both the addictive aspects of God-fearing belief and the hidden spectrum of spiritual abuse that often lurk beneath the surface of otherwise ‘respectable’ faith groups.
Part 1, ‘Religious Junkies’, is Morrison’s somewhat humorous, yet highly perceptive look at the phenomenon of religious zealots, with practical tips on how to live with them.
Part 2, ‘Spiritual Abuse’, the subliminal dynamic of desire contagion and its hidden role in birthing religious control is examined.
Part 3, ‘View From Beyond’, is filled with Morrison’s pithy observations and insights from outside the flock box of organised religion. Here, he outlines the various stages of healing for his fellow abuse victims, those damaged by their previous involvement in all things sacred.
Reading this much needed survival guide for believer and non-believer alike, is to bring to light the cause of religious fanaticism and subconscious faith group control.
Divine Love is an inspirational collection of spiritual musings from the pen of Irish writer, Dylan Morrison. The fruit of a life-long, roller-coaster journey, it encapsulates Morrison’s personal take on all things God, Self and Relational.
Each pithy reflection aims to release us from our propensity for self-deception, by leading us to the Mystery of Source and its healing offspring, Self-compassion. Morrison’s literary tools are humour, mixed with a disarming, Irish honesty as he examines what really makes us tick.
The favoured Linus blankets of both organised religion and New Age philosophies come under his razor-sharp scrutiny, opening up liberating, new areas of exploration for the sincere, spiritual seeker. If you’re asking life’s big questions, then Divine Love is surely the book for you.