The Twin Flames, the Master, and the Game

A Journey to Enlightenment

by Richard Lanoix


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 19/09/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 348
ISBN : 9781504384353
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 348
ISBN : 9781504384377

About the Book

This is an epic love story and thriller that takes place over many lifetimes and depicts the hero’s journey to enlightenment. Orfeo and Carina are Twin Flames, souls that have been together since the beginning of time, and they are merged in Consciousness. At one point, Orfeo can’t find Carina, so he returns to the earth-realm to find her. After many lifetimes, they are reunited, and Orfeo learns that it was him that was lost, not her. She makes him aware of the battle of consciousness that is taking place between the forces of Light (the Resistance) and the Dark forces, led by the Master, whom they believe is attempting to obstruct humankind’s path to Consciousness and imprison them in the earth-realm. After many plot twists, Orfeo learns about the true nature of reality. He then tries to share this truth with Carina, who can’t accept it because she believes that he’s been brainwashed by the Master. This impasse jeopardizes their eternal love and return to Consciousness.


About the Author

The author was born in Haiti and immigrated at the age of six to New York City, where he has lived for the past 50 years. He is a practicing emergency physician who has worked on the frontlines in high volume and high acuity inner city hospitals such as Lincoln Medical Center in the South Bronx and St. Luke's-Roosevelt in Manhattan. These were formative experiences in his life where he learned about humanity and developed a strong sense of service and compassion. He considers the exploration of Consciousness and creativity to be the most important thing in his life, and he has dedicated his life to this endeavor. "The Twin Flames, the Master, and the Game," his first novel, is a monument to this endeavor.