The True Nature of Our Reality speaks of the major paradigm shift occurring in humanity’s evolution, the reason for the current collapse of our global systems, why mental illness is globally escalating, understanding transpersonal awakening and the emergence of conscious awareness.
In The True Nature of Our Reality Ronan Rooney gives hope and explains the meaning of life and our purpose in it.
"This book is a passionate, inspiring call to realise our true selves and our true potential. Ronan Rooney shows that the future of the Earth is inextricably linked to the evolution of human consciousness."
Steve Taylor PhD, author of The Leap and Extraordinary Awakenings.
"There are many teachers out there in the world. Some great. Some not so great. Ronan is one of the greats. His ability to enunciate the metaphysical in a clearly practical and applicable way is in a class by itself. His heartfelt way of explaining how to live a life of meaning, purpose and prosperity is exceptional. Most of us who write about metaphysical, philosophical or spiritual concepts do so in an objective, third person voice. Ronan takes you on his personal journey of self-discovery and self-actualization. That takes a considerable amount of courage and integrity. What shines through this new work of Ronan’s is a level of authenticity that is admirable.”
Leslie Fieger, Author of the Delfin Trilogy
“A wakeup call for the intellect and the Soul. Ronan Rooney takes us on a journey through his profound life journey, drawing from science, spirituality and direct experience, leaving the reader inspired to lead a meaningful life of their own, despite the circumstances we face in the world today!”
Jevon Dangeli, MSc Transpersonal Psychology Coach & Trainer
“The True Nature of our Reality is an insightful, thought-provoking and inspiriting book. Ronan Rooney offers us a comprehensive and clear guide to the true nature of our reality providing practical guidance to connect us with our own true path of spiritual awakening. This book will appeal to all who wish to navigate their way to the authentic self. Keep this book close lest you forget who you really are in the world.”
Dr Mary Hynes, Senior Clinical Psychologist