Years after he was released from captivity by Palestinian terrorists, a prediction Antoine Bacha heard from what he calls the voice came true. While in captivity, being regularly tortured and beaten, Antoine began hearing what he described as a loving, caring voice that showed him how to rise above his terrible pain and misery by connecting to his creator's spirit.
The voice told him, among other things, that he would meet an unusual woman that would share in his spiritual journey. He did not know that the woman would also experience the very same kind of intuitive lessons from the voice as he did. That woman is Liliana Franco, co-author of Cogito. (In Latin, cogito ergo sum means I think, therefore I am.)
Perhaps the most compelling parts of this story are how Antoine was able to survive his ordeal, and how it was that Liliana was able to convey those very same principles heard by Antoine.
Inspired by the loving spirit of the voice that speaks through both of them, Antoine and Liliana now share that message with the world. Their journey takes them from a horrible imprisonment by cruel terrorists, through the anxieties we all face in everyday life, and into an ongoing journey toward spiritual liberation.
For those listeners who will accept the spiritual concepts contained in Liliana's accounts, these revelations will remain with them for the rest of their lives. Skeptics will not be able to dismiss these writings without serious self-examination of the truth.
First in a series of audiobooks, this is a unique story that can be expressed only as Liliana was able to do, by so diligently relating the voice's message to us here. The voice tells us how we can all be one with the creator and achieve true, real happiness by communicating with it. All we need to do is ask it how. Download and start listening now!