Keith Beasley

Keith Beasley
Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (137 of 153)
Location: Bangor, Wales
In My Own Words:
Hello I'm fascinated by the possibility of embracing the rational, mystical and practical facets of knowing and of life. I tend to think that we're better off living 'beyond beliefs'. To be true to ourselves we have (somehow) to break free of rules and conditioning. I've just finished my doctorate research at Bangor University into 'Transcending Thought'. My Blessings to you.

Writing! Now than more than a hobby. Strange that my profile page doesn't seem to link to a list of my books available on amazon! But search on Keith Beasley and my healing books will be amongst those that show. I'm most interested in whether others … Read more


Top Reviewer Ranking: 150,648 - Total Helpful Votes: 137 of 153
Travels in Elysium by William Azuski
Travels in Elysium by William Azuski
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
It wasn't until page 51 (of 539) that this book came to life for me. It is here that Nico, our central character, is first exposed to the secrets of Santorini: the ancient artefacts that hinted, so strongly, at a `heaven on earth' civilisation. The description on these pages, in such strong contrast to most of the story until then, was uplifting, hopeful. It may be me, but the scene-setting of the first few chapters left me, well, depressed: far too much doom and gloom, arrogance, fear and . . . well, unsavoury characters. But then, that does give the book plenty of scope for positive progression!

A good book needs to be flowing and readable in terms of characters, actions and… Read more
A Sacred Storm: Part III of The Reiki Man Trilogy by Dominic C. James
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Dominic has done it again! Another Reiki Man book that you'll not want to put down. As with all good stories you'll have little idea what's going to happen in the next few pages let alone at the end. The book's brilliance (it was again obviously inspired by Reiki) is in the depth of the ideas presented and their possible implications to humanity and our planet: this is not just an action-packed thriller!

With action spanning the globe from the Vatican to the Whitehouse, luxury nuclear submarine to monks in the jungle, this is ultimately a book about totally believable characters faced with almost unbelievable situations. Dominic weaves together `end of world' scenarios and… Read more
Fear of the Fathers: Part II of The Reiki Man Tril&hellip by Dominic C. James
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars He's done it again!, 30 April 2012
Dominic has not only succeeded in producing a worthy sequel to The Reiki Man' but he continues to temp us into powerful, emergent, views of this wonderful world we live in. His `action adventure with a twist' will both allow you an escape from life as we know it (like all decent books) and, if you're already thinking `there's more to life', encourage you to let your imagination expand into the world of Reiki and the unlimited potential that exists to anyone with courage enough to go there. This book is not only easy and enjoyable to read, but teases the reader with mysteries beyond those of your normal thriller. Whilst the story as a whole is probably not typical of those heard in Reiki… Read more