Going There tells of a spiritual journey seeking release from past lives. The novel begins in 1994 in South Africa, after a stay in India, it ends sixteen years later in Johannesburg. Boaz, on a spiritual path, journeys within. Wanting to detach his mind, he seeks to find his soul and return to his spirit. He no longer wants to be in the dark, and instead tries to discover the purpose of his being human.
In meditation he uncovers previous lives and pays the price for opening doors that were once closed. But he no longer wants to live between his haunting memories. He explores his diary containing letters, comments, and dialogues with telepathic connections, recalling actual events, piecing them together and uncovering the reasons for the shifts in his consciousness. Exploring his body-mind-heart-soul-spirit condition, he is caught in between dimensions of reality. Boaz journeys to India, where he has an out-of-body episode. In the Northern corner of the Punjab state, he finds himself in another lifetime where he is killed. He persists with his meditation and returns to a particular lifetime in a place called Rukutu. It is there that he discovers a trail linking him to his present life.