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Elisabeth Haich. On the Importance of Spiritual Knowledge. With humility and deep gratitude, I accept the invitation of Thoth-the-Atlantean to participate in this. Elisabeth Haich () was a Spiritual Teacher and author of several books dedicated to spiritual subjects. She was born and raised in Budapest. Title, Beavatás: 2, Volume 2. Volume 10 of Régi korok üzenete. Author, Elisabeth Haich. Publisher, Édesvíz K., ISBN, ,

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Share your thoughts with other customers. It can be read on so many different levels – and, what’s more, it had a surprise ending, too. 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, hiach, concentration, and the trials leading to Elisabeth Haich’s Initiation. It got me curious but not curious enough to start it then. Recognizing oneself and to be at peace with oneself is the greatest spiritual achievement.

She also had broken recollections in dreams which she over time came to recognize as events from a past life.

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. May 21, Denita rated it it was amazing. Bhagavad Gita with Commentaries. But the direct transmission of knowledge from non-incarnate or incarnate Divine Teachers to Their spiritual children, their successors, exists always. However, it is not so!


Plants and animals occupy their stages in the evolution of the souls. Open Preview See a Problem? Initiation by Elisabeth Haich.

Feb 17, Margaret McDowell added it. 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.

An autobiography that connects elisaneth 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. I love this book DNA and the Origins of Knowledge. Yes, there were some great spiritual teachings within these pages, but I found it difficult to focus on the message as I didn’t trust the messenger.

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Start reading Initiation on your Kindle elissabeth under a minute. She is also once seen practising yoga like poses though she has received no instruction.

An autobiography that elosabeth 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. If spirituality as a genre interests you, Initiation is a must read! In an earlier life in ancient Egypt, a young woman is prepared for initiation into the esoteric secrets of the priesthood of the High Priest Ptahhotep, who instructs her step-by-step, consistent with her development, in the universal elieabeth of life.

Jun 16, Penney Peirce rated it it was amazing. This book gives you an opportunity to think why did you come in this world? Andneither the positive thinking exist without the negative feelings. Forest Lectures on the Highest Yoga.


Retrieved from ” https: Overall, wanted to like it, wanted to really give it a try, but in hacih end, i’m not feeling it. Until the end of her life, she lectured and counseled seekers. But man should not live the life of a plant or an animal, elusabeth the possibilities that he or she obtains thanks to the incarnation in a human body allow him or her to keep a much higher level of life!

Like the yin and yang, the duality of nature, is something to experience and practice. I found myself relating to a lot of Haich’s childhood experiences, so by the time she started talking about reincarnation, I didn’t immediately write her off.

The power which guides ekisabeth fate did not create man for misery but for happiness. This is the fundamental meaning of existence of that which is dense! After the end of World War II indue to the communist regime, they had to close their school and flee to Switzerlandwhere they founded a new yoga school.