One evening, sixteen-year-old Edward Slowbe makes a startling psychic discovery that will fundamentally change his concept of human nature, and his understanding of the nature of reality, forever. But in order to fully realize the power, insights, and vastness of the mysterious realms he has bore witness to, he must first overcome his addictions, fears, and limiting beliefs. Twenty-five years later, in 2048, Slowbe writes a seminal work called The World Within, which becomes an international sensation. Amidst a historical period marked by unprecedented global trauma, remarkable scientific and technological advances, social upheaval, and creative genius, Slowbe emerges as a significant philosophical and spiritual figure. Along with a group of renowned artists, philosophers, musicians, writers, and poets, Slowbe embarks on an effort to challenge the current paradigm and to promote a new model for conceptualizing the human being.