Clark Eide is an American-born author living in Uruguay and France. He is a retired financial services entrepreneur, professional singer, and a monastery devotee. His study of things spiritual has taken him around the world — from the USA to London, from France to Australia, Ireland to India. He is a former member of the College of Psychic Studies in London, and currently supports the Self-Realization Fellowship of Paramahansa Yogananda in Los Angeles. He has spent time at Plum Village, home of famed author and Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh, and was present at the Dalai Lama’s visit at Plouray, Brittany, experiencing at arm’s length his extraordinary presence. He has been a long-time student of Transcendental Meditation, and he has had the opportunity to visit with Indian pundits both in situ and in the United States on practical matters and astrology. He continues to be a student of alternative therapies such as Healing Touch, massage, hypnotherapy and EFT, and has studied with yoga masters in Australia, Ireland and Uruguay. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame.
These encounters and experiences have taught him that spirituality is about one thing only — direct connection to the Divine. The author hopes that the story of Jean Moreau will prove a useful tool in illustrating a path to Awareness, the most critical first step to that connection and spiritual contentment.
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