Luke is a successful double glazing salesman from Swansea, South Wales. A fairly ruthless lyer, Luke tells customers what they want to hear and they buy. He treats them as enemies. A barrier between him and his commission. One day he goes too far and disgusts even himself with his ruthlessness. He wants to change. After dabbling with telepathy and visiting the Mind, Body, Spirit exhibition, he decides he wants to become a Healer. With absolutely no training and just an arrogant belief in his own abilities ( a prerequisite to being a successful salesman ), Luke sets about offering healing to anybody he comes into contact with. How can he be sure he is helping? How can he be sure he is not helping the wrong people? How can he be sure he is not about to do something he will regret more than anything he's done before? Despite his arrogance he does want to be a better person. He really does want to help. His intentions are good. But as they say . . . The road to Hell is paved with good intentions. He then embarks on a journey to his own personal Hell. He must change his beliefs in everything he's known before, and gain a glimpse at least of the true meaning of life, if he's ever to return. Can he learn life's lessons before it's too late and he loses everything . . .