06 June, 2018


Diane A. Sears, Publicist

            NEW YORK, NY (USA) – The release of “In Search Of Truth:  A Course In Spiritual Psychology – Selected Writings 2013-2018” comes at a time when many of the 7.6 billion souls on our planet are asking: “Who do we believe? Who or what can we trust?  What is the truth?”  If you feel enveloped in an expansive cloud of uncertainty which appears not to have an exit or that you are navigating a world that is operating from an “upside down position,” “In Search Of Truth:  A Course In Spiritual Psychology – Selected Writings 2013-2018” penned by Spiritual Teacher, award-winning author, and Emotional Intelligence Thought Leader Glenville Ashby, Ph.D., will serve as an empowering compass.  Released on 4 May 2018 simultaneously by (  and Barnes and Noble (, “In Search Of Truth:  A Course In Spiritual Psychology – Selected Writings 2013-2018”  is being heralded as one of the Millennium’s important literary works.  

            Although only 30 days has elapsed since its release, “In Search Of Truth: A Course In Spiritual Psychology – Selected Writings 2013-2018” has received two five-star reviews respectively from Readers Favorite and Literary Titan. 

          Both Dr Ashby and his latest literary work receive high marks in a review for Readers’ Favorite ( crafted by Mrs. Jamie Michele, an excerpt of which appears below:

“ . . . Where Ashby stands out against other writers in the genre of religion, theology, and psychology is in his comprehensive coverage of all the major concepts of faith. He dives deep and explains with both conviction and fact; the ultimate balancing act between what we know to be true and what we believe might be true. Ultimately, Ashby leaves us with what (most) consider to be a universal truth: Humanism, not religion, is the path to salvation.”

“In Search Of Truth:  A Course In Spiritual Psychology – Writings 2013-2015” is lauded in a review published by Literary Titan ( and excerpted below:

           “ . . . This is a fascinating collection offering something different than your usual books on spiritual psychology. Fully accessible for those who may want to refer to it time and time again for spiritual guidance, if you are looking for an intellectual and stimulating read, with an openness to many different outcomes, then I can’t recommend In Search of Truth enough.’

          Cognizant of the fact that his latest literary work may raise eyebrows and become the catalyst of a lively debate, when reached for comment, Dr. Ashby remarked:

“The book raises soul searching questions on so many subjects that we have grappled with since the dawn of time. What is truth? Is there an afterlife? Is suicide ever justified? Is reincarnation possible? Are there limits to human potential? I also delved into transpersonal psychology and consciousness studies…and of course, eastern spirituality. This is an eclectic offering that will definitely stir debate.”

           Dr. Ashby is a Life Coach, Qigong Sifu, and architect of the “QiGong For The Workplace Compact Training Workshop”.   A certified QiGong instructor who studied under Grandmaster Zhou Ting-Je and SifuTina Zhan, Dr. Ashby is a Wellness Consultant at the Harlem Nursing and Rehabilitation Center; Master Reiki practitioner; a certified meditation instructor; and an initiate in the Ifá tradition.  A prolific writer, Dr. Ashby’s literary works include  The Mystical QiGong Handbook for Good Health (,  Anam Cara: Your Soul Friend and Bridge to Enlightenment and Creativity which is the recipient of the Literary Titan Gold Book Awards ( 2018/01/05/literary-titan-book-awards-january-2018/), The Believers: The Hidden World of West Indian in Spiritualism in New York; and One Hundred Paths To God,  scheduled for publication later this year.

          For further information regarding Dr. Ashby’s work, visit

          Dr. Ashby is available for media interviews, speaking engagements, and workshops.  Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Ashby’s publicist, Diane A. Sears by calling 267-581-3963 or sending an e-mail to:

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