Interview with Adria Sanders

Jan 22, 2024

  1. Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written. I have completed two novels and have one unfinished manuscript. However, this is the first book I have published. The publication of my book “On the Other Side: Memories of a Past Life” was motivated by the delicate and transformative issue it addresses. Many people who have had transformational experiences are hesitant to express and discuss them.
  2. What is the name of your latest book and what inspired it? My latest book is titled “On the Other Side: Memories of a Past Life.” It was inspired by my own experiences between 2018 and 2021, which brought me to my lowest depths and shaped who I am today. My life and perspectives have drastically changed since then.
  3. Why did you choose this name for your first book? There were weeks when transitioning from waking to sleeping felt like crossing a boundary into another realm, where I had no idea what awaited me. Sometimes the challenge was simply accepting the visions and their accompanying revelations. Their memories, unfolding in vivid colors, touch, sound, and scent, were intensely real. What convinced me of their reality, rather than them being mere fantasy, was the emotional rollercoaster they induced, initially baffling and then enriching me. For me, “On the Other Side” signifies passing into another inner reality.
  4. What can others expect from your book? The book contains the story I relived repeatedly over many nights, as well as a narrative that might remain just a story for some readers. However, those interested in the experience of remembering a past life, the dynamics of its emergence, and, most importantly, what I learned from this experience, will discover the spiritual and nourishing aspects of the journey.
  5. How much is reality and how much is fiction in your book? This could spark a conversation. The images and realities of my past life are exactly as I remember them. The details gleaned from these visuals were so vivid that I understood exactly what was happening and the emotions tied to each event. While experiencing these past life memories, I was aware of spoken or unspoken elements, sometimes more at a conceptual than verbal level. It’s challenging to express all one’s feelings in words when they emerge conceptually. Therefore, parts of the dialogue were crafted based on the emotions and concepts I experienced.
  6. Do you have any unusual writing habits? Whenever I feel the urge to write, I simply sit down and do it. It’s like a flow that needs to be released from within me. It often helps clear my mind and purify my inner being.
  7. What authors, or books, have influenced you? There are so many that it’s hard to name them all.
  8. What are you working on now? The title of my next book is “Conversations with Xenex.” It delves into more complex and spiritual subjects, recounting my extraordinary experiences with astral travel, lucid dreams, and states of meditation. It all began with regressive hypnosis, where I connected with an extraterrestrial entity rather than a human past life. The insights gained from this experience led to the creation of this book.
  9. Do you have any advice for new authors? “Keep going.” I had numerous doubts and considered giving up. I wondered why I should complicate my life by sharing something I wasn’t sure would reach those who needed it. But here I am, still determined.
  10. What is the best advice you have ever heard? “Bring it on.” This advice came from a new person in my life who said I was so ready for fresh perspectives that I needed to let them come.
  11. What are you reading now? I’m currently reading “Humans are Not from Earth” by Ellis Silver. It’s extraordinarily well-written.
  12. What’s next for you as a writer? Honestly, I don’t know. I’m taken aback. Currently, I am focusing on promoting my newly published book and sharing as many ideas as possible about it. Meanwhile, there’s my second book, which I’m still figuring out how to promote because it’s more than just a story.
  13. If you were going to be stranded on a desert island and allowed to take 3 or 4 books with you, which books would you bring? I would consider bringing Fyodor Dostoevsky’s “The Brothers Karamazov,” one of my favorites. Also, an album of the most exquisite paintings and sculptures to remind me of where I left off, and a diary with blank pages for writing.

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