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Sean Aeon lives to create. Every conversation is inspiring; every observation is a story. He writes to breathe life into fleeting thoughts hoping they will give birth to ideas, ignite intrigue, and spark dialogue. His goal is to transcend superficial physical classifications and record the heart and soul of existence.
Aeon uses storytelling to share discoveries that inspire inquiry and interconnection.
With both a deep passion and admiration for the power of fiction and Philosophy, he creates and incorporates his own original conceptions into the worlds and personalities of his characters. The unique combination results in bizarre perspectives speaking to something within the reader as familiar as home. Influenced by the likes of James Baldwin, Hans Christian Andersen, Joseph Campbell, Alan Moore, Frank Miller, James Frey, Jaques Derrida, and Amy Cleveland, it’s the layers of insight Aeon weaves into his fantastical stories that produces an unparalleled experience for those sharing in his work.
Sean Aeon currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
The Outsider's Mind is a collection of short stories examining human nature and the human condition. Each tale is illustrated by a different supernatural character or circumstance. Immortal beings, zombies, and hyper-intelligent insects are only a few of those sharing their assessment of humanity.
If you've ever felt misunderstood or wondered what it would be like to see the world through the eyes of the outcasts, this book is for you.
Part short story collection, part quote book, and part philosophical analysis, The Outsider's Mind looks into concepts that speak to the various ways we experience and interpret the world around us that often go unrecognized.
"Unless you're looking for or creating a dull moment, you'll go blind attempting to find one."
- Broken Hands
The Outsider’s Mind is the weirdest, deepest, and most oddly-perceptive fictional book of short stories you’ll ever read.
If you‘re not talking about it you’ll certainly be thinking about it.
Augmented: Submersion explores the idea of acceptance. Understanding ourselves and our gifts can be the difference between walking in our divinity and walking in dogma.
From the chapter Darker Vision, this excerpt is clear. The less we communicate the less is available to be understood. Only through understanding can we progress. Only through understanding can we connect.
Another Way: Lachelle follows two characters, one making a decision and another navigating the repercussions. The navigator realizes what we all must, that we create our own karma.
Don’t we drop what we don’t make the conscious effort to hold? Our needs, desires, and pursuits can present themselves in unforeseen ways. Receptivity is the openness to the many forms of fulfillment.
Aeonilism is a heightened awareness of the relationship between seemingly inconsequential experiences, and the depth that these experiences carry beneath the surface. The Udiats symbol visually represents this concept: Unseen Depth is Attached to Superficiality.