As Jake Rayne travels through Idaho in his classic 57 Thunderbird, a devastating accident is the catalyst for a journey he is not expecting. Alone in the deep forest, with his body battered and broken, Jake calls out for help. The help that finds him changes not only his life but his whole reality. Jake is opened up to the awareness of possibilities; possibilities that we have always known should be but have not yet shown up.
Jake, what you believe is what stops what you can perceive and know. Your beliefs are what you chose in order to understand the world as everyone saw it and told you it was. Here we function without beliefs, but from total awareness, so we don’t have to believe that we can doubt in order to believe in that what isn’t actually true must be true.
–Excerpt from The Place
"She sets the tray down on the bed, and as I begin to eat I experience a sense that time and space are changing, and that after this conversation and meal, everything that I have believed will have disappeared."