In the late 30s she founded in Budapest the first yoga school until she fled from the Russians in In Zurich she opened and led together with Selva Yesudian a new yoga school of hatha yoga until she died in Elisabeth Haich shapes her knowledge into a story, while providing hints about putting these theories into practice. Observe your discipline. Yoga is the realization of the Self, the indwelling divine SELF, which is different from our little self. If you practice yoga, the exercises shall lead you to this experience.
|Published (Last):||23 February 2016|
|PDF File Size:||15.30 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.93 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
In the late 30s she founded in Budapest the first yoga school until she fled from the Russians in In Zurich she opened and led together with Selva Yesudian a new yoga school of hatha yoga until she died in Elisabeth Haich shapes her knowledge into a story, while providing hints about putting these theories into practice.
Observe your discipline. Yoga is the realization of the Self, the indwelling divine SELF, which is different from our little self. If you practice yoga, the exercises shall lead you to this experience. Intellectual conception is not enough: you have to experience God as your Divine Spark within.
The knowledge of reading a book becomes useful when you put it into practice. The protagonist experiences this in the novel and the reader can accompany her on her journey, gaining clarity as she begins to integrate her realizations and learnings into her own life.
The underlying question of the novel: At the beginning of the book, the question is posed, why we are here on earth. Why we encounter so many difficulties, solve them, and then have to leave again.
For what? The introductory text comes to the conclusion that there has to be an answer to this question. And the one way to access the answer is to experience it from a higher state of consciousness. In the end of the book these two come beautifully together. The protagonist in Europe starts with her life story from childhood, her upbringing, her marriage and later the demands of the Second World War. She has very difficult times to conquer and she applies spiritual knowledge along the way to get better ground under her feet.
First, unconsciously. But later with much conscious awareness. The storyline in Egypt takes place years earlier at the time of the pharaohs. A young woman is educated in one of the mystery schools of the Pharaohs as a priestess and is preparing for her initiation. The following text passage is taken from this time in Egypt. Have you only learned the art of keeping silence? While I was struggling with silence , I simultaneously had to struggle with speech. To the same extent that I have mastered silence, I have also mastered speech.
This is because silence means not talking, and talking means not keeping silent. Then he gets up and leads me to one of the great white stone blocks of which the walls of the room are made. In this condition both together form a perfect unity. Within this unity something can only become recognizable if it becomes separate and distinct from unity.
Now watch as I draw, with green paint, the form of a leaf on this surface. They were completely identical. The form of the leaf was not yet separated from the Everything that is contained in this Nothing.
When the leaf appeared on the wall, it became separated from the Everything, and therefore recognizable. And remember something very important: the fact that this leaf appears in green colour means that it has left behind in the Everything its form in the complementary colour, in this case red, as its invisible, negative picture.
Whatever you see as you look about you is only recognizable because it has separated itself from its complementary half and the latter has remained behind in the invisible, unmanifested state. You can achieve knowledge only through comparing the two sides , positive and negative, which have become separated from each other. Observe the visible world. It is only recognizable because it has separated itself from the unity in which the Nothing and the Everything are still at rest within each other.
In other words, it has separated itself from the absolute unity we call God. The things in the world about us are only recognizable because the positive appears separately from the negative and we can compare the two together. There can be no perception unless unity is split into two halves—one of them manifested and the other, its reflection and complementary half, unmanifested — so that both become recognizable through comparison!
If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.
Elisabeth Haich’s ‘Initiation’ - Spark Issues - January 2010 to April 2020
Initiation is an extraordinary book penned by Elisabeth Haich in Elisabeth Haich was a well-known painter and sculptor from Hungary. But a spell-binding story within a story soon emerges. Elisabeth Haich recounts the dramatic story of her past life in Egypt circa BC where she was the daughter of Pharaoh Atothis. The story begins with the preparations for her initiation by High Priest Ptahhotep.
Book recommendation: “Initiation” by Elisabeth Haich
- ANATOMIA ANIMALES DOMESTICOS KONIG PDF
- EL CASO DE CRISTO LEE STROBEL PDF
- LOS CAPITULOS QUE SE LE OLVIDARON A CERVANTES PDF
- FELICIDADE AUTENTICA PDF
- THE POWER OF SIX SIGMA BY SUBIR CHOWDHURY PDF
- HEMIHIPERTROFIA CONGENITA PDF
- ACI 522R-06 PDF
- CASTROL TRANSMAX Z PDF
- BEGINNER GUIDE TO TUBE AUDIO DESIGN BY BRUCE ROZENBLIT PDF