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Living in the Heart: How to Enter into the Sacred Space within the Heart (with CD) Perfect Paperback – Audiobook, November 1, 2003
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This place within our heart is a place to which most of us have had access. As children, many of us, though not all, can remember having lived in a world when we jumped out of bed at the start of a new day, a time when there was a spring to our step, sparks in our eyes and joy in our heart from the sheer pleasure of living. A time when we did not doubt ourselves, our power, or the impact we had on others.
Modern life, which can also be called, 'living by the mind', has taken a good deal of this enchantment away from us. We have collectively forgotten, or at least chosen to forget, that we are also powerful beings, that each of our cells, has a distinct power and an identity that challenges our imagination. In this work, Drunvalo Melchizedek, takes the blinkers off his eyes and tells us what he sees. He tells us also of others who see the same things that he does, as he recounts fascinating excerpts of his conversations with a blind woman employed by NASA, children in China and Mexico, who are being examined for their supersensory tactile perception and indigenous tribes from New Zealand and the Americas (both South and North) among others. In this space of the heart that he describes, co-creation becomes self-evident and miracles, the norm.
Finally, Drunvalo delineates the Mer-ka-ba meditation (the guided meditation is also provided on an attached CD) and discusses the wondrous possibility of co-creation, or getting what you want, from the sacred space of the heart.
A book to enjoy and treasure, to read and to re-read.
Drumvaldo advocates to live in the sacred space of heart center.
This is a sound concept which is also focussed on by many spiritual teachers as well, as the only true feelings come from our hearts.
He explains what he sees from the heart, which I would term, "with the inner eye!"
He goes there in to the stillness of the heart in meditation, but seems to fail to explain to a lay person or reader how to get there earlier on.
It may only be a minor oversight, but it is very important for the reader who does not know how to go into their hart.
I find the inclusion of a meditation CD to add value to the book. There are many valuable illustrations included, which (if they were in color)would greatly anhance the contents.
Overall, it is a good book to read and own in ones collection.
Hans Liszikam, author of "The God Goce in the Seven"