KARLAZ: THE WAY OF FREEDOM

Karlaz shows you the secrets to overcoming the inertia of your former decisions so that you may live your destiny to its fullest and one day proclaim on your deathbed: “I have done everything I was meant to do. I have lived a good life.”

Choose your Way!

Karlaz shows you the secrets to overcoming the inertia of your former decisions so that you may live your destiny to its fullest and one day proclaim on your deathbed: “I have done everything I was meant to do. I have lived a good life.”

Practical wisdom of ancient pilgrims, monks and philosophers put into one book we can re-read and refer to time and time again.

The book Karlaz is exceptional in its timelessness and depth, asking the difficult questions about meaning. It teaches us “how to write your soul with correct decisions.” I sincerely recommend.

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Barbora Hu

Yoga teacher

A beautiful book full of picturesque stories, exciting examples and parables, and thoughts to think through. If you’ve read The Four Agreements – this is better.

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Jan Mikulka

Honest guide

These meditations about “what is really important in life” truly resonate, and force us to think about our own life’s purpose. The book is very readable, profound, always searching for the Truth.

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Marketa Kostalova

Emirates Stewardess

How to live a meaningul life?

Elias drifts aimlessly through life, regretting the years he already wasted. That is until he meets a mysterious pilgrim named Karlaz who initiates him into an ancient teaching called The Way of Freedom. Karlaz takes Elias on a journey through olive groves, desert castles, secluded forest monasteries, and through the tangled paths of his own soul, challenging him to change his old ways at every step.

Accept responsibility and choose your path!

At first Elias is reluctant, but his interest is piqued by Karlaz who seems to be attuned to his surroundings as well as to his own personal Calling. Elias delves deeper into The Way of Freedom, wondering if Karlaz’s teachings on courage, self-discipline and humility might just be the opportunity he has been looking for so that he may live his destiny to its fullest and one day proclaim on his deathbed: “I have done everything I was meant to do. I have lived a good life.”

208 pages


3,5 hours reading time


29 enlightening topics


Author

Dr. Tomas Gavlas

“I wanted to write a book that would be actual today as well as in one-hundredth years or one-hundredth years ago.”

A six-foot-tall author, entrepreneur and pilgrim. Tomas lives in Prague, and he has walked more than 10 long-distance pilgrim routes in Europe and practiced meditation in Burmese and Malaysian monasteries. He graduated from the Charles University Faculty of Philosophy with a Dr. degree researching the phenomenon of pilgrimage.

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