My True Names is the third autobiographical novel in the Anchors in An Open Sea trilogy.
Alice and Cornelius begin the adventure of a lifetime, sailing from Fiji through Vanuatu and the Solomon archipelago on to the islands of Papua New Guinea. The pristine waters abound with tropical fish and coral, the volcanic islands are alive with gardens and lush jungle.
The older, wiser Alice is now teaching, incorporating neurophysiological models of consciousness.
Dyana’s trilogy of spiritual autobiography novels are based on true sailing adventures throughout the Pacific Ocean, contrasted with over 30 years of Tibetan Buddhist retreats and learning. Names of people have been changed to protect identities, but the experiences of Alice and her family are based on true life.