Drunvalo Melchizedek believes that through meditation the human being is able to access sources of Flower of Life and Merkaba – Drunvalo Melchizedek. The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life has ratings and reviews. Mallon said: This book is out there. Drunvalo tells you everything, the secre. The Flower of Life Seen from the Feminine Side . enjoy what you are about to read, and may it truly be a blessing in your life. In love and service,. Drunvalo.
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Drunvalo Melchizedek – Teachings and Books
Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1 by Drunvalo Melchizedek. Once, all life in the universe knew the Flower of Life as the creation pattern. Now a new dawn is streaming through the windows of perception. This book is one of those windows.
Drunvalo Melchizedek presents the Flower of Life Workshop, illuminating the flowee of how we came to be. Paperbackpages. Published April 1st by Light Technology Publications.
Flower of Life and Merkaba – Drunvalo Melchizedek
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May 26, Mallon Khan rated it really liked it. This book is out there. He describes in full detail what will happen when we move into the fourth dimension.
He explains why an ancient race of aliens mined for gold in Africa and created humans as slaves to fix their atmosphere duh! He even says where AIDS comes from. He talks about Egypt, sacred geometry, indigo children, you name it. All this and more from a Berkley dropout.
Honestly it was a fun read. C This book is out there. Come on, like this is any better than reading The Post. Aug 15, Richard rated it did not like it. Melchizedek is onto something.
That cannot be doubted. I am sure he is a genuine warm and good soul. That said, I believe he is also very confused. The flwer of ancient aliens and the structure of the universe could be true. I have no evidence disproving these things, but the writer makes very bold claims with no foundation other than that it has been revealed to him. I believe Melchizedek is in touch with his deeper self, but I also believe he projects drunva,o lot of his personal belief on this dee Melchizedek is onto something.
I believe Melchizedek is in touch with his deeper self, but I also believe he projects a lot of his personal belief on this deeper self. One only has to read the works of Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell to understand the inner lief of man. They can be incredibly deep, but because of the depth there is always a loss in translation and a colouring of the subjective experience by the person translating the deeper experiences.
I have given this book a chance.
I was fascinated at first, but I found the book derailed into many, many topics without any structure or foundation to it. I started speed reading and skimming over after a while. This book is one big contradiction. The writer claims we are all one, something I subscribe to, but then goes on about higher selves and personal awareness across levels of conciousness and diemnsions.
He also falls into the trap how the world is coming to an end soon if we don’t change the way we act and the time to act must be now. His doom predictions have passed and gone and the message still stands with his audience. While again, there is some truth to it, this book is boiling down to dogma.
Speaking to the converted is like speaking to any other deeply religious person. You cannot argue past the dogmatic thinking. Preacher Melchizedek has a few wise words and insights, but colours his sermons with confused and single minded thinking. Jun 26, Gary rated it really liked it. It took me years to finally read this book, it has crossed my path many times in this life, yet every time it came into my life I would have a deep aversion to it.
But a few years ago while working at Erewhon the book was floating around my peripheral and then a year or so late my friend Christine mentioned I should read it because of what it said about dolphins. And I was still hesitant, but I kept remembering the way she spoke of the dolphins, much like Douglas Adams does in the Hitchhikers Gui It took me years to finally read this book, it has crossed my path many times in this life, yet every time it came into my life I would have a deep aversion to it.
And I was still hesitant, but I kept remembering the way she spoke of the dolphins, much like Douglas Adams does in the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy 5 book Trilogy: Then another couple of years went by and I had a sacred geometry moment, actually I was signed up for an art class that discussed sacred geometry and I noticed in one of the books the same symbol on the front of this book, and then something inside of me made sense, it was very strange.
So I ordered the book, received it and put it on a shelf: Holiday season and we are getting ready to fly to Pennsylvania to celebrate the holidays with our nephews and I cannot decide what to read on the plane. So the night before I picked out 7 books that ‘felt’ like they were right, but I could not narrow them down, so I decided to try a little trick I used to do as a kid.
I put the books user my pillow for the night before our flight and the in the morning I would know which ones to take. And so it goes In the beginning of the book the author suggests not to allow yourself to just take the book as a reality, which I also really liked. It is rare that someone offers a highly alternative idea on the history of humankind without stating, this is the way it REALLY is; this was a refreshing start.
I am not going to get into what this book is all about because it seems to me that it is probably very different for each person who reads it and if a person were to read it more than once, I am sure it would mean something different each time.
I will say this, if you are meant to read this book it will find you and you will know when it is time: Jul 27, Palma rated it did not like it. Someone gave me their book to read because they were really ‘into’ it and conspiracy theories. I couldn’t wait to give it back. Jul 15, Li Li rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: These books took me on a Spiritual rollercoaster. So many things are revealed in this book that left me wanting to know more.
There are times when the book is very complex; but Drunvalo keeps you in understanding. He doesn’t try and confuse the reader, he speaks in terms where another can understand.
If one is willing to truly open their mind, accepting the fact “anything is possible”, I recommend this book. Never have I read something that made me feel so full of light. Jun 01, KB rated it liked it. I read this book when I was in the valley of being atheist and religious. Knowing what I do know, especially about the esoteric New Age movement I would advise people to take this with a grain of salt.
This book makes wild and very poor supported claims, lots of pseudo science and misinformation. Original Review Summer, This is a tricky book, of which I have yet to finish.
My main purpose of reading this was simply to learn more about sacred geometry, the Mer-Ka-Ba, and Kundal Update My main purpose of reading this was simply to learn more about sacred geometry, the Mer-Ka-Ba, and Kundalini meditation in a very subjective, informational, and historical point of view.
I wasn’t completely satisfied, I guess I shouldn’t write a review out too early, but this time I will.
The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1 by Drunvalo Melchizedek
I have very good reason to believe this man is crazy. In his book he openly confessed he dropped out of college, moved into the mountains and spent a lot of time by himself, meditating and having visions. This book requires a certain amount of skill to skew through a LOT of bullshit to get the messages and concepts. At the first chapter, in a section titled “A High Inclusive Reality”, he wrote about a woman named Mary Ann Schinfield, and when I googled her, no one existed with this name, and the only person who supposedly knows about her is the Author, in this book.
From that point on, it was incredible hard for me to continue reading this book with openness and receptiveness, when I understood that the author had openly lied to me just literally seven pages into the book If you are blinded by inaccuracies, overzealousness, unsophisticated word-choice, and many exclamation marks, to at least accept a concept or two, then this isn’t your read.
Throughout the little I’ve read, I was cringing with his bold claims, bad sentence structures, and inaccuracies. For instance in the book, when describing the birth and death of stars he said quote: At the end of its life, as far as we know, there are two primary things a star can do… One it can explode and become a supernova, a huge hydrogen cloud that becomes the womb for hundreds of new baby stars.
Or they will swell into red gaseous giants, eventually shedding their outer layers into a ring known as a planetary nebula early observers thought the nebulae resembled planets such as Neptune and Uranus.
I think the author is definitely on to something when he writes that civilization is older than we think, we have powers that are beyond our memory and we might have been more advanced back then than what we flkwer ourselves credit, but the mention of UFO and weird visions from an Egyptian god, makes it impossible for dgunvalo to take his self-made theories seriously.
Nevertheless, my best advice is for any soul out there making a spiritual-journey is to read this book cautiously: The wisdom from madmen is tricky to drunvalk from. Gregor Mendel with genetics, George Zweig with Quark Theory, Ernest Rutherford with the nucleus of an atom, Beethoven and his music, just to name a few.
Most of these men were considered crazy stupid pseudo-scientists, rejected by the scientific community. Some, like Pythagoras, said he discovered pythagorean theorem by the gods and he had killed hundreds of oxen to celebrate his findings.