Author Regent Jean Cabana is pleased to announce the release of his new book, Travelers: The Meaningful Journey.
In this new work, the author takes readers on a soul-affirming journey, making a strong case that the world outside, the one we travel into, responds to the world inside, the world we carry in our hearts and souls.
Cabana draws on both old and new age wisdom to illustrate the unique qualities of each individual traveler, while at the same time exemplifying the universal appeal and symbolic strength of the figure of “Traveler”
Travelers: The Meaningful Journey teaches us that our voyages can bring a special kind of wisdom when we are open to the possibilities, and it reminds us that home is within, not without. This is a book you will want to take with you wherever you go - whether it’s on a weekend pilgrimage or a month-long sojourn.
The author describes travel as movement from one place to another or as a shift in consciousness, or both. He defines the journey as the awareness of movement, physical or psychological, and insists that the distance or the length of time incurred during the journey is irrelevant. What matters is the awareness of the journey.
The book is available in both print and ebook versions.
Travelers: The Meaningful Journey
Author: Regent Jean Cabana
Publisher: Turning Stone Press
Published: July 2012
About the Author:
Regent Jean Cabana is a passionate Traveler. At age 33 he made his childhood dream of circling the globe a reality when he began an eighteen-month sojourn traveling solo around the world. Returning home, he conducted a prolific ethnographic research on Travelers for his Ph.D. dissertation. He teaches comparative urban sociology classes in Mexico, Brazil and Canada to American and Canadian students. He is also a consultant in academic international programs.
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Regent Jean Cabana
Travelers: The Meaningful Journey is available for purchase online from the publisher, Amazon.com, BN.com, and other online retailers. Bookstores should contact Ingram for wholesale orders.