Jean Bisbey Releases FREE TO FLY
Author Jean Bisbey tackles several current issues in her new book, "Free to Fly" such as domestic abuse, mental illness, tough religious questions, education reform and more.
In the book, Fergus attempts to change the education system with his psychological studies. When he meets Sarah, the daughter of a Scottish minister of the kirk, their relationships unfold and their lives change due to several difficult factors. When they learn of a new school of thought and begin to harness the power of positive thought, they realize they can accomplish anything in life.
Bisbey's background as a teacher and a quantum mechanics student has allowed her to give a unique perspective on these issues. "Reading about quantum mechanics makes me joyful. To learn about the wonder and mystery of the universe, and man's scientific striving to understand our world, is the gateway to cosmic awareness."
Even though there is something for different tastes in Bisbey's book, there is one thing she hopes every single person will take from her novel. "This book, above all else, highlights the power we have over our mind and its manifestation in our thoughts for good or ill. I hope people realize they are powerful and they can fly."
About the author
Most of Jean Bisbey's life has been spent asking awkward questions in the hope of finding credible answers. Her short acquaintance with quantum mechanics has helped her think of ways to ensure a happier life despite its burdens. After a fruitful career, she then returned to Scotland and college to qualify for this and concluded her teaching career as deputy head in a large primary school in the West Midlands. While living in Edinburgh, she became involved in theosophy and enjoyed a short spell as honorary librarian in the Theosophical library there.
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