In Initiation, Elisabeth Haich talks about a lost civilization of a race of people who were technologically these people knew how to liberate their vehicles from the gravitational pull of the Earth and make them fly with the power of thought and spiritually far more advanced than the people of today. Only blindness pushes him into suffering. You can read this book on so many levels – like a novel from a woman with a vivid imagination; as a textbook on reincarnation and the spiritual lessons we need to learn, or as a memoir by a spiritual yoga teacher with a memory better than ours. This is a life changing book. She wrote it in such a way that even though I don’t believe, it seemed plausible that her experiences could be real. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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I waited a year after receiving this one to start it and did so hesitantly. I was repeated astounded at the details that rang true in my mind. Elosabeth thank you for your wonderful review — of my favourite book of all time!!! Amazing autobiography about Elisabeth Haich’s lucid memories initiation elisabeth haich ancient Egypt.

The power which guides our fate did not create man for misery but for eliswbeth. Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. So glad I gave it a second try!

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We struggle for happiness, and when we have attained it we know in advance that we must lose it. However, this is a fascinating glimpse into a person’s reflection on their life and reincarnation. The average man is characterized with the fourth step, the genius characterized with his intellect as the Fifth; the prophet with his wisdom and universal love as the Sixth; and ultimately the God Man as the final Initiatiion level of manifestation.


Initiation, however, is a deeply spiritual book with vivid descriptions initiation elisabeth haich a time initiation elisabeth haich Egypt when values and consciousness ruled. Hair stands up on my neck thinking about it. I’m going to read it again in my next life I was realizing I’m a little but important part of the energy, while reading this one.

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Elisabeth Haich

Preview — Initiation by Elisabeth Haich. The book is not an easy read despite its relatively compact size of aprox pages, and the concepts will remain etched as a life changing experience. Initiation initiation elisabeth haich Elisabeth Haich. In her best known book, InitiationHaich describes early experiences of her life in Hungary, as well as details of her supposed past life during which she claimed to have been initiated as a priestess of Ra by her supposed uncle, Ptahhotepin what she refers to as ancient Egypt.

Feb 18, Sophia rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Nov 20, Chrisy Walker rated it it was amazing.

When I first started reading innitiation book, I had gotten stuck in the particularly dense section on sacred geometry, but ironically enough, the very next chapter was on astrology, one of my very favorite subjects, and illuminates the epochs, Biblical symbology, and reincarnation in ways I have never before seen or considered.


Elissbeth an amazing account of one woman’s discovery of herself. Although there is mention of God this is not a religious initiation elisabeth haich. Initiation is an extraordinary book penned by Elisabeth Haich in Each epoch lasts for about years.

I cherish this book and I think that everyone should read it, but I realize that most people can’t. What is the “self”, the soul or the consciousness: Every time I start trying to continue reading this book, crazy things happen in my life, whether it be realizations of my own or just crazy events.

Reading Initiation may bring a person initiation elisabeth haich step closer to truth. Like the yin and yang, the duality of nature, is something to experience and practice.

Elisabeth Haich

A bit hard inigiation understand in places but well worth the read. I started this book over a year ago and just picked it up again.

Sadly, I haven’t even read the back cover. This is a l It’s an amazing account of one woman’s discovery of herself.