Into the Soul of the World: My Journey to Healing

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Price
$29.00  $26.97
Publisher
Hachette Go
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
6.4 X 9.2 X 1.0 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780306829307

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About the Author

Brad Wetzler began his writing and publishing career serving as an editor at Outside magazine, where he worked with some of America's finest nonfiction writers. He later turned in his editor's pen for a writer's and traveled the world writing about adventure and exploration, business, politics, the environment, sports, and wellness. In midlife, after recovering from a long, debilitating depression, he became a certified yoga teacher and began exploring and writing about our inner landscape: psychology, spirituality, meditation, and yoga.

Reviews
"Brad Wetzler is a born storyteller and a true seeker. His beautiful book reads like a trip to hell and back, with glimpses of paradise along the way. Wetzler is willing to climb the mountain, swim the river, crawl into the cave: whatever it takes to get some truth. As a result, Into the Soul of the World is an exhilarating read--an honest record of an adventurous life and a moving window into the soul of a human being."--Clint Willis, journalist, editor, and author of The Boys of Everest
"As a far-flung journalist and celebrated editor, Brad Wetzler has led the very definition of an adventurous life, but in Into the Soul of the World, he gives an unflinching account of his interior adventures. Wetzler's soulful quest, by turns anguished and transcendent, will resonate with readers around the world who struggle to find purpose and a sense of the holy in the ambient jitter of the digital age."--Hampton Sides, author of Ghost Soldiers
"Reading Brad Wetzler's Into the Soul of the World is like embarking on a thrilling, dangerous journey--rivering straight into the heart of what matters most--to find yourself transformed. Ever the seeker, Wetzler wrestles with dark family secrets and triggered trauma, redefining what it means to be a man and spiritual being living in the twilight of our hyper-American materialism. If Into the Soul of the World belongs on a shelf next to Eat, Pray, Love, what lingers is Wetzler's relentless audacity to try to tell the truth, however uncomfortable--about families and lovers and our times--In hopes of setting himself, and us, free."--Michael Paterniti, author of Driving Mr. Alpert and The Telling Room
"In the age of toxic masculinity, Brad Wetzler's Into the Soul of the World offers a powerful, profound, and deeply personal road map for actively cultivating a different kind of manhood. Through energetic and lively prose, Wetzler takes us inside the heart and mind of a man who refuses to conform to society's restrictive notion of manhood, and instead presents a new path for men to walk." --Emily Rapp Black, author of The Still Point of the Turning World
"I've followed Brad Wetzler's travels around the globe with envy and admiration for more than two decades. He lived the dream. He also was living a lie, one that nearly destroyed him. Into the Soul of the World is his beautiful, terrifying, and witty travelogue, an essential chronicle of a life-saving journey into oneself."--Mark Adams, author of Tip of the Iceberg
"A tale of heart-wrenching honesty and, ultimately, liberating compassion, this is a book that will change the lives of those yearning to find their own way back into the soul of the world."--Sarah Bird, author of Last Dance on the Starlight Pier
"Into the Soul of the World is full of an admirable power and urgency. A part of the book's soul is how wide-ranging the story is in its exploration of trauma, bringing in not only psychology but an intelligent and sensitive telling of Wetzler's own life, along with many fascinating religious, spiritual, and philosophical excursions."--David Gilbreath Barton, psychotherapist and author of Havel: Unfinished Revolution
"After three decades of writing adventure stories, Brad Wetzler now delivers the ultimate adventure: a brave, big-hearted journey through trauma to self-transformation. For anyone and everyone faced with similar challenges, this is not just a book; it's a lamp to illuminate the rocky, painful, redemptive path forward."--Daniel Coyle, author of The Talent Code and The Culture Code
"A quest for healing, one adventure at a time."--The New York Post