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Andrew left his house with the intention of getting engaged, but encounters a Mongolian Rinpoche in the elevator of a London hotel. By show of magic the Rinpoche guides Andrew to memories of his past life. Andrew could not conceive the unknown and believing his dreaming affliction had relapsed making him daydream, he left the hotel immediately.
But Andrew’s life turns upside down after meeting with the Rinpoche. Not only does Andrew start seeing the parallel world, but he meets with the family members of Audrey, the woman he loves, including Audrey’s brother Mark, Andrew’s killer in his previous life and Audrey’s great grandfather ‘s ghost, the Lord. Having encountered with inexplicably strange things, he sees no other option than meeting with the Mongolian Rinpoche for answers. Upon meeting the Rinpoche revives Andrew’s past memories, leading him to the realization that the nightmares he had in this life were in fact the experiences of war from his previous lives. The Rinpoche also guides him to his past life.
Andrew was a nomadic herdsman in the wide steppes of Mongolia whose attitude towards life changed after the loss of his wife to the curse of a beautiful bird, and becomes novice to an enlightened Rinpoche to find the true meaning of the universe. His name was Ochirt (The one with Vajra). His old teacher was the young Rinpoche he met in London. While Ochirt traveled through the Himalayas in search of the magical flower Ghumuda, meditating along the way, an evil witch of dark power vows to kill Ochirt in jealousy of his great power. But Ochirt is able to find the holy land of Shambala and by the secret order of his teacher he is abducted by the secret services of the 3rd Reich in search of the holy land of Shambala and is forced to teach Buddhist scriptures to a young fascist soldier. Ochirt had fully mastered the wielding of the Vajra and uses his ability to subdue the dark forces rising from below the earth, but at the end of the war he is killed by his own novice, loyal to the Fuhrer. The soldier then kills himself too. But Ochirt saves the soul of the soldier using all his might from hell, sending him back to human form, but having lost his power, he is unable to reach the heavens and is born from the womb of an English mother.
The current time Andrew realizes that the loyal Fuhrer novice of his, is actually Mark, the fraudster brother of his fiancé. Even the house maid Bensuda and his partner and friend from the botanic garden, the Italian man Fabio all have a mysterious connection with his previous life. While Andrew was going through the tough journey of discovering his powers and how his current life connects to the previous, the dark enemy hunting for Ochirt’s soul finally finds Andrew through the eyes of sinful Mark. Mark had deceived Audrey and even killed his own father. Sinful Mark becomes the gateway through which dark forces rise from the underworld to kill Andrew. But just before the dark forces catch up with Andrew, the Rinpoche is able to revive his power to wield the Vajra. By the power of Vajra Andrew is able to annihilate the dark power and in the meantime releases the souls trapped in between realms to the heavens above, lead by the ghost of the Lord. Although the dark forces leave Mark’s body, he starts uttering inexplicably strange things that after the police arrest him for killing his father, he is sent to a mental health institution.
Andrew turns into the angel he first was upon his arrival upon the earth, and Bensuda follows. Lead by the Rinpoche, monks chant the secretive scriptures by the power of which the angels are sent into the heavens above. The bonds between a teacher and novice in Buddhism is that of great responsibility, and as the teacher vows to save his novice, Andrew had been born in the human form for Mark. Fabio became the witness to profound Buddhist wisdom in action and encounters a Rinpoche born in Mongolia.
bound: 689 pages
publisher: Admon publishing LLC; 1 edition (May 10, 2017)
filesize: 1725 KB