1. Elisabeth Haich. INITIATION. AUTHOR’S NOTE. It is far from my intentions to want to provide a historical picture of Egypt. A person who is living in any given. Initiation is an extraordinary book penned by Elisabeth Haich in Elisabeth Haich () was a well-known painter and sculptor from. In Elisabeth Haich wrote her best known book, Initiation which has been translated into seventeen languages with millions of copies sold worldwide.
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All that being said, this is not a book I devoured in short order, primarily due to heavy subjects and, at times, my own struggle with the storyline and personal understandings. Only Elisqbeth can have the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh levels of manifestations.
Aurora Pr July 28, Language: To be without negative physical resistances is un-realistic because we are in the physical world of nature, but to defeat those forces everyday with an inner awakening is to become God himself, because to recognize Godone must be God himself.
The souls are the same, whether the body is that of a child or a grown up. That understanding is that all is one, God is us and everything, we’re spirits having a “physical” experience and that experience is to learn and grow in this school on Earth.
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Initiation by Elisabeth Haich
A book that you read and say “Why Not? But a spell-binding story within elsiabeth story soon emerges. This omission had serious consequences: I cherish this book and I think that everyone should read it, but I realize that most people can’t. Andneither the positive thinking exist without the negative feelings. Man simply does not know his own soul and the principles and forces at work deep within it.
This book is deeply spiritual with vivid recollections of a time in Egypt where wisdom ruled. References to this book Daughters of the Moon, Sisters of the Sun: She wrote it in such a way that even though I don’t believe, it seemed plausible that her experiences could be real. But don’t make the mistake of thinking what she says about the mystery teachings is erroneous or empty handed.
Reading Initiation may bring a person one step closer to truth. The exception being, this book really goes into depth about the secrets of mystical teachings, primarily from ancient Egypt; but showing how those teachings are universal, and alive and well in today’s world, if one is persistent enough to search for them.
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Initiation is indeed worth its weight in gold. I know this because the ideas in it coincide very well with multiple sources that have stood the test of time. In her current life, Elisabeth meets and now recognizes many of the people who were close to her in the past life in Egypt. This is an unusual story, in that the author remembers experiences in past incarnations — most notably one in ancient Egypt — and links them to her present life. Customers who bought this item also bought. He does not know the source of his thoughts or the tree of his wishes, and chained dawn by this ignorance of his own being, cannot control either himself or his destiny.
And the so-called “spiritual truths” felt dated, especially when they went on about duality.
East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion. I bought 6 copies so when the time is right, I can give them away to people in my life. A bit hard to understand in places but well worth the read. Since I like Brian Weiss’ books, went ahead and got this. A lot of chapters are devoted to her recollections as the daughter of the Pharaoh undergoing Initiation into the spiritual truths of reaching her higher self. Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x The author also discusses about the epochs of the world in this book.
This book is not some grand shortcut. To read Initiation is to be part of initiation. It was described by her followers mentioned in the introductions to her book as visible in her gaze: