Lucidity in Sin City: A Mystical Journey to Clarity and Serenity
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A short introduction
Prepare for a mystical and metaphysical journey. This book ponders the meaning of life and the nature of reality, as Jay Troska describes his experiences"”the good, the bad, and the ugly"”during his residency in Las Vegas over a twenty-six-year period, including a surreal and mystical moment of clarity so powerful that it led him to drastically reduce his work hours and smell the roses of life.
Troska also ponders consciousness, the phenomenon of dÃ©jÃ vu, dreams, the concept of eternal recurrence, and those meaningful coincidences in life that Dr. Carl Jung referred to as synchronicities.
Jay Eliot Troska is primarily a certified public accountant (CPA) in Las Vegas, NV. He owns the firm of Jay E. Troska, CPA, Ltd. (www.jaytroska.com). His firm specializes in comprehensive tax planning, estate planning, business start-up services, and management consulting services for individuals and businesses. Jay also provides insurance services through his affiliated entity, JET Wealth Management, Inc., dba J.E.T. Insurance Services (www.jetwealth.com).
In October 2009, Jay had a mystical moment of clarity that caused him to engage in deep reflection concerning the meaning of life and the nature of reality. He later decided to spend less time working at the office in order to enjoy various avocational aspects of life, including more family time, golf, meditation, reading, and continued contemplation regarding life and reality.
Jay lives in the Desert Shores area of Las Vegas with his wife and two children.
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