By Elisabeth Haich
Written on the request of her complex scholars, "Initiation" is an illuminating autobiography that connects the 20 th century ecu lifetime of across the world loved instructor Elisabeth Haich and her lucid stories of initiation into the hidden mystical teachings of the priesthood in historical Egypt. A compelling tale inside of a narrative emerges detailing the lifestyles studies that catalysed her non secular course. In an previous existence in historic Egypt, a tender lady is ready for initiation into the esoteric secrets and techniques of the priesthood of the excessive Priest Ptahhotep, who instructs her step by step, in step with her improvement, within the common truths of lifestyles. all through this notable publication, Elisabeth Haich unearths her in-depth insights into the sophisticated workings of karma, reincarnation, the interconnectedness of person way of life offerings and religious development.Elisabeth Haich stocks often hidden truths that very few infrequent contributors in any new release, search, locate and converse to others, allowing the reader to evoke in the crucial figuring out essential to enlighten any lifestyles it doesn't matter what occasions take place. In 20th century Europe, from youth to maturity, via struggle and memorable conferences, she demonstrates the facility of turning the searchlight of one's attention inward and utilizing each existence occasion in the direction of increasing awareness. "Initiation" is a undying vintage communicated in sleek phrases inspiring generations of non secular seekers globally. even if learn as an autobiographical novel unveiling mystical truths or as a distinct glimpse into Elisabeth Haich's unprecedented trip to initiation, the non-public impression at the reader is profound. To learn "Initiation" is to join the initiation itself.
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Instantaneous death! Not just "some day" far away, but right here and now! Do you understand? As long as you are here, in your body, you cannot get away unless you die! You are a prisoner! Do you understand? A prisoner! Only through the portals of death can you be released from your body, you cannot escape death ... you cannot escape ... ' I tried to gather my scattered thoughts. Yes, it was true, I was in a trap and suicide would not help matters. It would only take me right into what I was 46 anxious to avoid.
I leaned against a tree and gazed down into the valley, upon the town, the endless houses with the many human beings who lived in them. From up here they looked like tiny ants. All those beings lived, fought, struggled for love and money, all of them had their problems, their cross to bear, they took everything so desperately seriously ... But why? Why, when life is but a fleeting moment, when death is waiting at the end, solving all problems, terminating all suffering and all joy? What are we running after?
It suddenly struck me that my grandmother earned a lot of money by giving concerts, and I wondered whether I too could earn some money. My little girl friend always did blindly whatever I told her to do; so we two went up to each villa, straight up to the porch or into the garden wherever the people were sitting, and I recited a poem. The people were very surprised, but when my friend made the rounds holding out a plate, everybody dropped some coins in it, some more, some less. All of them had a hearty laugh at our expense, and one lady asked whether my mother knew what I was doing.