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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Elisabeth Haich recounts the dramatic story of her past life in Egypt circa BC where she was the daughter of Pharaoh Atothis. I am afraid most of the so-called “spiritual” books written by “many” western authors nowadays are not based on their actual experience but products of “cut-and-paste” ideas. However, this is a fascinating glimpse into a person’s reflection on their life and reincarnation. A book that you read and say “Why Not? 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, concentr After I read the summary and some of the reviews it came across as similar to some of Brian Weiss’ books.
And, if the manifestation, i. Andneither the positive thinking exist without the negative feelings. Jun 16, Penney Peirce rated it it was amazing. Just like we can not have a thing on this planet without the resistance of gravity, against which we and all the materials and buildings are standing up. It was described by her followers mentioned in the introductions to her book as visible in her gaze: That is all I want to say about it: Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Have you read any other books by Elizabeth?? Initiation is truly the most special book.
I remember … Oh God! Jan 30, Sebastyne rated it really liked it. Nov 30, Melonie rated it really liked it. It’s also a bit dry at times, but keep going!
I could list several “untruths” that stood out to me, but it isn’t important. Mar 18, Caitlin H rated it it was ok Shelves: Halfway through, i’m DNFing this. There are very interesting and detailed descriptions of the pyramids —why they were built, and what they stand for. No idea why I’m stoked to read it when I have no clue as to what it’s about.
I wish there are many more books along this line, written by westerners. My favorite book of all time.
Elisabeth Haich – Wikipedia
Elizabeth Haich has written a few books. Yoga, past ibitiation, destiny, the occult Elisabeth Haich also sheds light on Moses how he really parted the Red SeaJesus Christ and the profound truths contained in the Bible.
The negative feelings can not exist on its own, it elisaheth created by the same force that creates the positive feelings. She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary.
I’m going to read it again in my next life But what is the sense of being happy if destiny is, inexorably, going to take this gift away from us some day?
Elisabeth Haich’s ‘Initiation’
Therefore, the conscious mind of ours has an un-conscious counter part, a negative counterpart is always there inside our body for every conscious action and feeling. I just skimmed over other reviews and it seems that my feelings were right about it turning out to be spectacular. I just skimmed over other review I’m very haoch to drop everything I’m reading to start this one. And the so-called “spiritual truths” felt dated, especially when they went on about duality.
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Elizabeth Haich writes about her current life from her childhood in Budapest, her experiences in World War 2, right up to her escape to the West. This is non-fiction and she puts to words, things that I’ve tried to make sense of in my head through experience but she has a way of explaining it very well.
This is my absolute favorite book ever. Initiation is indeed worth its weight in gold. 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. Initiation Elisabeth Haich No preview available – It reveals her insights into the subtle workings of karma, reincarnation, and spiritual development.
In a way, one needs the resistance of the negative forces to rise up against. Obama is a Bum who knows nothing about Cahnge. Feb 18, Sophia rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Of course, this book also falls into the autobiography genre, which I’m sure is part of what makes the book interesting.
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.