EVENTS AND APPEARANCES
In person appearances are currently suspended due to Covid-19.
The Perfect Pause: Meditating Your Way To The Ultimate You – Science is now proving what sages have said for millennia…meditation is the key to greater health, well-being and happiness. Author Eric Vance Walton, shares lessons learned from twenty-three years of meditation practice and teaching to allow you to easily integrate meditation and mindfulness into your life.
Leon Logothetis (of the Kindness Diaries on Netflix) declares, “There is a new world being built, person by person, instead of brick by brick. This world is comprised of kindness, wisdom, gratitude, and love. Read this book carefully and become one of its lucky inhabitants.”
The Perfect Pause will give you the tools necessary to design a meditation practice that suits your schedule and your life. A notes section is included after each chapter that allows you to track your progress and begin to experience the benefits of meditation right away.
Alarm Clock Dawn – Alarm Clock Dawn, author Eric Vance Walton’s debut novel, is the chilling story of a world only decades ahead of our own. Adam Harkin is an employee of XenTek, the most powerful corporation the world has ever known. Adam begins to question the purpose of his existence in a world where people are no longer citizens; they are merely consumers. Every aspect of a person’s role in society is to be determined by one number-their credit score. The planet is protesting corporate greed and insatiable consumerism through crippling super storms that erupt without warning. In a race against time, thousands of people are waking up from this nightmare, burning their Consumer Identification Cards and doing the only thing they can to strike back-dropping out of this toxic society. One by one they join the camps outside the cities. The fate of humanity itself is at stake and the clock is ticking. There is only one road to freedom…to awaken!
Autographed, original poems can be found for purchase here.
Eric has recently submitted short stories to the The New Yorker and The Atlantic magazines. He has also written for Freelance Writing magazine, Authors Publish magazine, and numerous literary journals.