There is an invisible cause behind all life. That’s powerful stuff.
And yet, isn’t it amazing how seldom we think of it ?
– Michael D. Fowler
As Shakespeare said, “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” That’s not just an analogy, it’s a literal truth.
Our lives are built upon stories, masks, and illusions … but what if we are more than just the players? What if we are also the writer, producer, and director of our own personal drama? If we could take a peek backstage behind the curtain of our life’s drama, we might discover the secret of all secrets … the truth of what’s really going on behind the scenes. The seen is caused by the unseen, or as Michael says … The Scene is caused by the Unscene.
The world appears a certain way, but appearance and substance are not the same thing. Therefore what we see is not what it is.
DRAMA GAME is a fascinating new book about the invisible forces behind all life, and tuning in to them to make your life happy. It takes a look at the patterns that we unconsciously repeat to create our life scenarios, as well as being optimistic about what it all means. This book offers a refreshing new way with which to enjoy ourselves in the play of life, no matter what may appear to be happening.
Modern day philosopher Michael Fowler may be the literary and spiritual world’s best kept secret, as Drama Game is full of powerful, life-altering wisdom. Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia, Michael has traveled extensively and lived in various places throughout the world.
By living with the perspective outlined in Drama Game, Michael’s life changed radically. After being an insecure and shy child, he says he is now one of the happiest people he knows. Michael is qualified to write about changing your life by changing your perspective, because he has done it. To share with others the opportunity for such change is his motivation for writing this book. Michael Fowler is a thought leader with a refreshing perspective on life.
DRAMA GAME provides us with a different way to look at life, and though it is an unconventional one, it makes a lot of sense, even if that sense is not common yet. You will be introduced to ideas you haven’t heard before, providing powerful food for thought to change your life. Central to its message is that all is well.