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Serpent of Light: Beyond 2012 - The Movement of the Earth's Kundalini and the Rise of the Female Light, 1949 to 2013 Paperback – January 1, 2008
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That we have depleted and vandalized the Earth's resources in over a few decennia is a well known fact, as we grapple with issues like greenhouse gases and global warming. However, there are other facets of our lovely planet that we haven't yet been made aware of, at a global level. The 'Serpent of Light' is one such. Simply put, it is the Spirit of the Earth. Legend has it that it moves every 13,000 years from its resting place to another. The area that the Serpent rests in, gives birth to great schoars and thinkers because of the heightened energies. The movement of the Serpent, according to this book, appears to have taken place recently, (in accordance with the dawning of the Aquarian Age) as it moved from its latest home, high up in the Himalayas to its present resting place, somewhere between Peru and Chile. This shift in the Earth's energy was predicted by the Mayans about 13,000 years ago. Anchoring this energy properly in its present home has involved a concerted effort worldwide at different levels of consciousness. In this book, Drunvalo Melchizedek talks of the work in which he himself has played a major part.
For the first time in my reading, I find a spiritual action story. Coincidences take place so often that one is surprised that one can be surprised at all, that one has not got hardened to the rapid turn of events. Where, for instance, people whom you don't know at all, but are supposed to meet, turn up out of the blue, where you happen to be, to participate in a complex ceremony that required their presence.Read more ›
In the past Drunvalo may have had something that he channeled about the flower of life. But he has become so wrapped up in himself and being the center of attention that he is no longer a credible source of metaphysical information. As someone who claims to be an 'advanced teacher of human consciousness' he should know that such a person would not tell stories about themselves. This book is a collection of stories about Drunvalo doing this and that. There is nothing in here that will help you become an advanced human being. The more you listen to Drunvalo the more you can tell that he appears to be one of Kiesha Crowthers teachers. Like teacher like student.
The secret of spiritual growth is that no one outside of you can really help you. You must do the work yourself. Set your course and determine to live who you were meant to be. If you need more help get to a country where shamanic spirit plant helpers are legal (how could they be otherwise?) and do some heavy lifting. Wake up to the truth that you already carry the wisdom you are seeking.
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Great book with additional information to the Flower of Life course.Published 1 month ago by Linda Miller
Either you perceive it as urely fiction or fact, it is quite a pleasant read.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's not exactly what I thought it'd be about. But it was informative.Published 4 months ago by Yvonne Denise Peters