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. Initiation by Elisabeth Haich, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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There are descriptions of two kinds of people — Sons of God who are highly conscious and evolved, while the Sons of Men find joy in material things the gender is mainly one of practice in those times and there are daughters as well.
The Joys of Spring Snowy Adventures. I waited a year after receiving this one to start it and did so hesitantly. They refuse to realize that our being together here on earth is only a gift of short duration as it will some day have to end!
Mar 14, Meghan rated it it was amazing. This book was the most powerful book I’ve ever read. I’m a believer in reincarnation but I just didn’t believe this author’s story. I started this book over a year ago and just picked it up again. No trivia or quizzes yet. Haich writes in a style that is familiar and easy-to-read, avoiding a lot of the jargon and forever-long sentences that seem to fill this genre.
Every time I start trying to continue reading this book, crazy things happen in my life, whether it be realizations of my own or just crazy events.
Views Read Edit View history. Further, we come to know how, by whom and for what purposes the pyramids at Giza were built. To ask other readers questions about Initiationplease sign up. But what is the sense of being happy if destiny is, inexorably, going to take this gift away from us some day?
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. You can read this book on so many levels – like a novel from a woman with a vivid imagination; as a textbook on reincarnation and the spiritual lessons we need to learn, or as a memoir by a spiritual yoga teacher with a memory better than ours. And the present, our life, everything that happens to us is merely an opportunity to meet the tests and trials and challenges of initiation.
Sooner or later one or the other dies, and then everything is over.
It was described by her followers mentioned in the introductions to her book as visible in her gaze: To inhale the wisdom that unfolds in the pages of this book one needs to have an open mind on subjects like reincarnation. How this was built still remains one of the greatest mysteries of archaeology. Jan 30, Sebastyne rated it really liked it. It’s the first-person narrative of Elisabeth Haich, Western yogi born in Hungary in the late 19th century, and her detailed recollection of her past life as an initiate in ancient Egypt.
I just skimmed over other review I’m very tempted to drop everything I’m reading to start this one. We are just inert matter without the spirit. Of course, this book also falls into the autobiography genre, which I’m sure is part of what makes the ob interesting.
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Initiation by Elisabeth Haich. No eBook available Amazon. Elisabeth Haich – original name: This is one of my favourite books People refuse to think about it, but whether they think about it or not, it is so!
The book also describes a little of a more recent claimed previous life in which she was a washing-woman, was abandoned by her lover, lost contact with her daughter, and ended up a beggar on the streets. This is my absolute favorite book ever. She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. It reveals her insights into the subtle workings of karma, reincarnation, and spiritual development.
Initiation by Elisabeth Haich
Books by Elisabeth Haich. Halfway through, i’m DNFing this. Reading Initiation may bring a person one step closer to truth. Feb 18, Sophia rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Description An autobiography that connects the twentieth century European life of internationally beloved teacher Elisabeth Haich and her lucid memories of initiation into the hidden mystical teachings of the priesthood in ancient Egypt.
The descriptions of the capabilities and fundamentals of the Sons of God is exceptional including the pyramids the science and purposelions drawing chariots, the spiritual exercises, telekinesis, concentration, and the initistion leading to Elisabeth Haich’s Initiation. Sadly, I haven’t even read the back cover. Lists with This Book.
Return to Book Page. Of course, this book also falls into the autobiograph I have to admit that when my dad gives me initiatiom like this one, I’m usually not ihitiation excited about them. She wrote it in such a way that even though I don’t believe, it seemed plausible that her experiences could be real. Aug 30, Keleigh rated it really liked it Recommends it for: But don’t forget you’re still in a human body and live the ordinary life on the planet Earth and share it with others.
Elisabeth Haich’s ‘Initiation’
The Queen was chosen for initiation in Pyramid for redemption of fallen Eve. She reveals the power of turning the searchlight of one’s consciousness inward. Daughters of the Moon, Sisters of the Sun: Jan 31, Debasish Das rated it elksabeth was amazing.
Refresh and try again. Whether read as an autobiographical novel unveiling mystical truths, or as a unique glimpse into Elisabeth Haich’s personal journey to initiation, the impact on the reader is profound. This book ijitiation about daughter and wife of Pharaoh Atothis of Egypt.