A Mind Beyond Words
My Decades of Discovery with an Extraordinary Guide
by Jes Kerzen
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Pub Date 01 May 2024 | Archive Date 12 Feb 2024
Collective Ink Limited, 6th Books
A poignantly compelling spiritual memoir about the strong and unusual bond forged between schoolteacher Jes and a six-year-old autistic boy, Asher, whose arrival in her class changed the trajectories of both their lives.
While Jes taught Asher to communicate by speaking, Asher taught Jes telepathy, his first language. Their journey together, sometimes tragic, sometimes joyful, spans 25 years and leads them into an exploration of psychic and supernatural abilities.
Once Jes has mastered telepathic communication, Asher, freed from the limitation of using words to communicate, can share with Jes his astonishing wisdom and information, derived from what he terms The Realms, a spiritual dimension beyond time and space. Together they discuss such topics as creation, the afterlife, and the potential role of neurodivergent thinkers in expanding human experience, as well as contributing to the latest debates about consciousness as a universal field, in which we all participate.
A Mind Beyond Words will speak both to spiritual seekers and to many who live with autistic or neurodivergent perceptions.
A Note From the Publisher
A passionate advocate for neurodiverse students, particularly those with autistic spectrum perception and communication challenges, she found that wherever she worked, these were the children who so often appeared in her life and enriched it greatly.
An encounter with one small boy, however, set her on a journey of discovery that would completely change her life's trajectory. From this child and his classmates, Jes learned that there were ways of communicating and perceiving she had never dreamed of. She has consequently spent many years researching telepathy, remote viewing and other psychic abilities, along with the spiritual insights they can sometimes lead to.
Now retired and living in a 350 year old cottage in Somerset, England, Jes devotes much of her time to working with Asher, that very special former pupil, continuing to learn from him and writing about their work together.
A Mind Beyond Words is a beautiful, touching and enlightening exposition of many of the deeper aspects of life. It gives the reader a tangible sense of levels of reality beyond the material, as well as our innate, natural abilities to access and express our full creative and spiritual potential. This very readable and insightful book is an uplifting guide for anyone who is passionate about exploring the truth about life, spirit and the nature of consciousness.
Pathik Strand, author of Flowering Into Awareness: A Spiritual Manifesto for the 21st Century
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Average rating from 3 members
What an intriguing and delightful read is Jes Kerzen’s book, A Mind Beyond Words. The book relates the authors unique connection and experiences with a student on the autism spectrum, whose rare perception of the world draws her to into unexpected and exciting methods of communication and thought-provoking revelations about life. The author’s style and voice is uncomplicated and engaging, and offers an unpretentious look into a remarkable series of events which led her to an extraordinary ability to communicate telepathically.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book and was enthralled by the information it conveyed. The ideas and theories proposed by the information in the book are provocative but appealing and have provided compelling and rich material on which to ponder going forward.
Thank you to NetGalley and Collective Ink Limited for a review copy in exchange for my honest opinion.