‘Rana’ is Paul’s Inner Child Therapy book. It is quite confronting to read, but it contains a warmth and humanity that ultimately is very healing. Many who have read this book have been helped in their own healing journey through the themes that it brings forth. Here is a synopsis of it.
When you read ‘Rana’, you will meet a dysfunctional family of four people living on a farm. Within the life of this family group, there is regular Domestic violence and sexual abuse. The unfolding drama of this story is viewed through the eyes of the youngest member of the family, Rana. When Rana is 16 years old, she experiences a Spiritual awakening which completely transforms her perception. From this time onward, Rana sets about healing her own psyche, and then helps the other members of her family. Her task is not an easy one, and there are some mighty obstacles that she must overcome. But Rana is very determined, and her new found awakened self is very aware and committed. The subject matter of this book is sensitive and emotional, and it deals with a profoundly deep healing process. Ultimately, the members of the family must all find their true inner path. Are they willing, and can Rana help them? This book may stimulate questions and give inspiration to those who have suffered similar problems in their own lives.