Sufian Chaudhary was initiated into the spiritual world by Archangel Uriel, Jesus Christ and Ascended Master St. Germain. His teachings are channeled by the original Masters who first brought them to life. Born in Australia in 1988, Sufian completed a Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in Accounting and Property Development and started working full-time for one of the world’s largest accounting firms by the time he was only 19 years old. After being in the extremely powerful presence of Archangel Uriel, Sufian has chosen to dedicate his life to teaching the world how to commune with the Archangels.
What inspires you to write?
The need to immerse others into the spiritual world. For the past few years I have been feeling this incredible urge to introduce others to the power of what the full extent of spirituality entails. Most believe it is just about a few mediations here and there and relaxing session balancing your energies for forever and a day, however the reality behind what we could really be doing is truly astonishing. I have interacted with more Higher Beings than I care the count, I have practised and successfully performed remote healing from across the globe, and I have even been able to experience the full unbelievably powerful heights of Enlightenment. I have been humbled by the awesomeness of Unconditional Love and I care to do nothing else than spread its message. What inspires me to write is the fact that I have been introduced to this incredible world and yet hardly anybody knows it exists. I simply love opening doorways; writing is just one such method that allows me to achieve this.
Tell us about your writing process
Everything I write about is all contained in my mind, so the writing process for me is not as difficult as one may seem to think. People read my works and say to me “Oh my God how long did it take you to write this?” simply because of the depth I like to explore within my words. I enjoy layering multiple messages over each other as I believe it adds to the quality of the overall work especially whilst writing in the spiritual genre. I try to firstly create a shell of the Chapter I would like to create, and then proceed to go over it multiple times and rewrite it even more ways that finally starts to capture my imagination. If I don’t feel the flow of my words then I deal with it very harshly and delete it. In World of Archangels I often wrote the shell and then kept adding to it for weeks afterwards. I then put the book down for 3 months and revisited everything all over again with a new take on which angle I would like to approach a particular concept. I am also a bit of a perfectionist, I ended up rewriting the Preface 11 times until I was completely happy with it.
How did you decide how to publish your books?
I wanted to release my first book World of Archangels for the cheapest possible price on Amazon, just so I could get my message out to the world. Self Publishing was one of the only methods I could release a 0.99 cent eBook, therefore I chose this route to fulfill my goal of maximum exposure.
What do you think about the future of book publishing?
I believe there is a very heavy trend with the rising popularity of eBooks. I am personally quite a fan of curling up on a couch with a really good book in my hands, but such actions are mostly to savor my nostalgic past. I believe the world has yet to see the onslaught of the eBook market. These days the current generation has been brought up on the internet with iPads and iPhones, etc. An entire market was essentially created out of nothing with the advent of Apple’s latest innovations. I am waiting for the next generation to come through who have eReaders available to them from the word go; using them in school and university in replacement for expensive textbooks, and just finding them much more convenient in the same way how Amazon killed the local book store. Though many feel that physical books will always have a place in their heart, eBooks are already currently growing at a rate of something like 300% per year. It is just a matter of time.
What do you use?
Professional Editor, Professional Cover Designer
What genres do you write?
Spirituality, Self-help, New Age, Philosophy
What formats are your books in?