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About meI was born in West Germany and, following my confirmation at the age of fourteen, bought my first typewriter and began writing. I have lived in Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia and published my first book in 1977. Moved by destiny and passion, I sat with three living spiritual masters to study causes of self-inflicted human suffering and discover the keys to end it.

About my libraryPink Lotus is the remarkable tale of Walter Herzog, a German man born after World War II who travels the world, experiencing new cultures and the love of many women as he searches for life’s meaning.

A man born in a small German town right after World War II embarks on an extraordinary, globetrotting bildungsroman in search of the secrets of life. A thought provoking New Age meditation experience, Manfred Mitze’s latest is reminiscent of the works of Carlos Castaneda, Charles Bukowski, and Eckhart Tolle: bracing honesty, uncompromising insight, and exposing the truths in life.

Walter Herzog is born in a small town outside of Frankfurt, Germany, right after the end of World War II and lives in what can only be described as a normal family. But something isn’t right—or rather something doesn’t feel right to Walter. His life seems different from everyone else’s, and that feeling leads him to wonder what secrets life holds. To find out, Walter will embark on an extraordinary journey that will take him to the far corners of the earth and the deepest recesses of his soul.

Traveling across continents and three decades, Walter experiences love, politics, sex, drugs, and rock ’n’ roll in his search until finally discovering spirituality. After ten years as a member of a famous religious sect, he discovers the master/student relationship and travels to India to live with a master. Leading a life filled with travel, the love of many women, and consistent failure to find the secrets he craves, Walter nevertheless continues his quest for the meaning of it all.


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