Drafted into the United States Army in 1969, Michael Orban served as an infantry soldier and lost his soul in Vietnam. No longer knowing who he was, he spent years living in remote Africa. Among those cultures, Mike reconnected with love, forgiveness and a sense of belonging to something much bigger and more majestic than self. Later diagnosed with severe PTSD, Mike now devotes his life to helping veterans and civilians understand, resolve, accept and take ownership of PTSD. His visual models provide guidance that has helped many to find their souls, love, joy and some peace in life. Author of Souled Out, A Memoir of War and Inner Peace, he understands the devastation of military PTSD and the path out of that punishing darkness and isolation.