Zsuzsa is in hospital in Hoi An, Vietnam after travelling solo for nine days. Her vital organs are shutting down. She's dazed, confused, and beyond scared. Backtrack to day one, Zsuzsa is in Siem Reap to explore the temples of Angkor Wat, Cambodia. She meets dishevelled travel photographer Arlo who represents the epitome of organised chaos, highlighting the theme of the book: we are always Universally guided, protected and part of a greater mechanism for our soul's conscious evolution. We are here to grow through pain, to rise above adversity, to find the light. At Angkor Wat, Zsuzsa blossoms a deep relationship with tuk tuk driver Sortier, who's poverty triggers a trail of memories of her childhood farm life in communist Hungary in 1974. Leaving Cambodia, she flies to Vietnam, explores Hanoi before embarking on a two-day cruise through Dragon fabled Halong Bay where she becomes enrolled in a drama, illustrating psychological depths of why people are triggered into certain behaviours.Travelling to final destination Hoi An, Vietnam's rural landscape sparks memories of Hungary, sending Zsuzsa into retrospect of growing up with a toxic, abusive father, farm life and perspectives on collective consciousness and spiritual principles. Here, she meets psychologist Christine who probes her on family history, fuelled with violence, alcoholism, the impacts of WWII and the abuse which took four generations to heal. Zsuzsa grapples with the intense humidity, and contests with her declining health, all the while enrolling in deep conversations of recollection with Christine. She shares her father's courageous plight in escaping communist Hungary with three young girls and a wife who had no idea of his intentions, ensuing a five-month journey through former Yugoslavia and Croatia, before being granted refuge in a camp in Bad Kruezen, Austria and finally arriving in Australia in 1978.The story concludes with her two-day stay in hospital. Reflective, insightful and grateful, she elaborates that there are no such things as coincidences, just one perfectly Organised Kaos, which always lands you at OK
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