Book Review: Recovering Paradise: Forming a New Worldview, Knowing God, and Traveling Into Eternity

Do you have a feeling of being incomplete? Do you want to go back to a place you’ve never been? “Regaining Paradise: Forming a New Worldview, Knowing God, and Traveling to Eternity” may not have the answers to all of your questions, but it will help you find the answers you are looking for. Get ready to go on a Paul Corson “Hero’s Journey” in the vehicle of imagination.

“Regaining Paradise” is about recovering what we all once had, but then slowly grew, the light of Paradise. A light that many of us have turned a blind eye to. In a world where materialism is gaining ground, it is a challenge to see beyond the mirage of the tangible. But, as Paul Corson points out, the solid is primarily intangible energy. The author has peeked behind the veil of our reality and has not only seen but also experienced what lies beyond. If you accept your invitation to travel together, so will you.

Although Regaining Paradise draws heavily on the author’s personal transcendent experience, that is not the only source of inspiration. The author’s curiosity is reflected in the rich references that embellish the book, from a wide variety of fields: literature, mythology, philosophy, psychology … the list goes on.

What’s more, an argumentative narrative flows through the pages of the book. Paul Corson takes a critical approach, analyzing the scientific view of many of the fundamental issues of life and the universe, such as consciousness, time, and the nature of energy. A look that diffuses and confronts with its own perspective. The author’s curiosity and thirst for knowledge seeps from the pages of the book and is quite contagious. I think this is one of the best gifts a reading can offer to arouse curiosity.

The trip is made up of a total of forty chapters that at the end are unified in a holistic view. It all starts with the author’s personal transcendent experiences and the stream of knowledge that emerged from such occasions. But more stories will appear throughout the book. We are then led through an information dense section that addresses topics from the fields of psychology, physics, neurology, biology, and quantum physics to address questions from the singularity of the individual to the clockwork of the universe. . While towards the end, we will live in heaven for a couple of chapters.

Regardless of your stance on matters of significance, you will find some captivating elements in “Regaining Paradise: Forming a New Worldview, Knowing God, and Traveling to Eternity.” And while not all of your questions can be answered by the end of your journey, it will certainly be an eventful adventure through a multitude of topics, guided by Paul Corson. And perhaps, hopefully, you will have sailed to a new port of your life.