New Book SUBTLE IMPLICATIONS Gives Inside Look at Schizophrenia, Hypnosis and Prison
Harbor Springs, Mich.
More than two million people in the U.S. suffer from the mental illness of schizophrenia, according to schizophrenia.com. Modern medicine and psychiatry still have very little understanding of this illness. Author Robert A. Wallick has written about his experiences caring for his brother who suffers from schizophrenia.
Wallick's first memoir "Subtle Implications" encompasses his life's journey, with his family and friends, ceaselessly researching and experiencing the reason for life and finding understanding with the study of physics and metaphysics, through his academic pursuits and independent study.
Understanding the mystery of schizophrenia has been the greatest challenge of Wallick's life and he has explored every avenue of discovery possible, even experiencing hypnotic regression in an attempt to find some answers for an otherwise unjustifiable affliction in lives he and his brother had shared as Vikings.
"This process is called hypnotic regression, and through the induction of a trance state it helps people mentally travel back in their lives to the source of their problem," Wallick said.
The book also touches on his prison experience, following a crime he committed as a student at University of Michigan.
"Prison is a self-perpetuating phenomenon where we as a society punish those whose life experience has by the nature of its context led them to behave in ways that leads them there," Wallick said.
By: Robert A. Wallick
Retail price $23.95
Available in paperback, hardcover and e-book.
About the author
Robert A. Wallick resides in Harbor Springs, Michigan where he is a high school pole vault coach and has always been an outdoor person. He enjoys studying and researching philosophical/metaphysical thought and remains dedicated to the pursuit of spiritual truth. Wallick retired from general contracting when the recession caused a severe lack of work and because of a progressing case of rheumatoid arthritis. His academic career includes study at Northwestern Michigan College, Michigan Technological University and the University of Michigan.
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