From the time he was able to think for himself, the author has been influenced by strange happenings that have gradually eroded his sceptical attitude toward his mother’s belief. Submitting doubts to her in earlier years, he demanded physical proof, but now in later life, he has learned that the way to achieve that proof is within him. He had to accept, unequivocally, the idea that life continued beyond the physical existence. When he implicitly believed in the spiritual dimension, only then did the proof it existed begin to reveal itself. From these statements then, it follows that no one reading his books will find conclusive proof of the spiritual dimension’s existence: that, despite numerous ancient scripts existing today expounding their gems of truth, the first move has had to come from him. The chapters in this book relate the story of his impulsive struggle against the truth, during his younger years, and the realisation of it in later life.