Initiation by Elisabeth Haich quote: Elisabeth Haich was a Spiritual Teacher and author of several books dedicated to spiritual subjects. She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. His word is law, and obviously he is perfect. She was over-sensitive as a child and had a reoccurring nightmare about a lion chasing her. She learned to read early and loved to read books. Still young she discovered Shakespeare, Ethnographical Research and the Encyclopedia.
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Initiation by Elisabeth Haich quote: Elisabeth Haich was a Spiritual Teacher and author of several books dedicated to spiritual subjects. She was born and raised in Budapest, Hungary. His word is law, and obviously he is perfect. She was over-sensitive as a child and had a reoccurring nightmare about a lion chasing her.
She learned to read early and loved to read books. Still young she discovered Shakespeare, Ethnographical Research and the Encyclopedia. She also had a lot of interest in black magic, occultism and ceremonies. By performing in front of her family she had become accustomed to bringing things forth out of her inner world irrespective of whether her audience understood her truths or not.
Already then she spoke for the sake of truth itself, and only one listener was important: God! Without knowing what she was doing she started to practice certain poses that made her feel better, which nobody understood until a man who had travelled often to the Far East identified them as Yoga exercises. Her first attraction to a young man served her to become very educated, learn several languages and develop a very strong will-power because he was ambitious and wanted her to be submissive and consider herself as his property.
They even got engaged but at the age of nineteen her will was so strong that she let him know that she did not want to be his wife. She had lost all respect for him because of his domineering, tyrannical but sometimes cowardly behavior. During her engagement her attention was guided towards a world lying hidden deep within the human being: the unknown, unconscious world of the human self.
At 15 she discovered that she could sometimes see the future; at first through dreams and much later in her life trough an act of will. While visiting her aunt at the age of 19 she thought the first time about death and asked herself why we should go through all the trouble of learning things. During that visit she fell in love with a young man who showed compassion and they got engaged. During that time she had the first time a dream about her past life in Egypt — she heard that she will have to be in the tomb for years.
She suddenly remembered that she had been the daughter and wife of the Pharao. At the same time she felt great happiness and love. At the beginning of her marriage she thought of death the second time in her life, and realized that in the days when she had not experienced happiness yet, she had been actually much happier because she did not yet have the possibility of losing her happiness!
Because everything lasts only for a time, because nothing is permanent, because everything dies, everything passes away, everything must pass away! She bore within herself constantly a heavy spiritual burden without being able to shake it off. Sooner or later, however, a constant burden on the soul is bound to affect the body — she could never feel completely free and happy. The consequence was that she almost became blind. She was deeply concerned and saddened by the black streaks in her eyes but she hid those feelings on the outside.
She had to receive salt injections into the eye and had to stay completely still despite the pain. After that she becomes pregnant and gives birth to a boy. The birth was very difficult and she was very weak for some time. Her eyes had gotten better but were very sensitive to light.
She returned home in excellent health and very much more able to stand light. On the surface everything seemed in order. Nevertheless she was not happy! She did not know why. An inner discontentment grew in her until she could not disregard it any more. She was searching for fulfillment of an eternal nature, a real union which remains!
She was searching for a union in which the identity of herself and that of her lover became one and the same thing. She desired to participate in his soul, his thoughts, his whole being!
She wanted to become him! Then she understood that the physical union is a desperate attempt to become one being—every fiber and muscle is strained to the highest pitch—and in the moment when both believe that they have achieved fulfillment, they fall apart … without ever attaining union. The body cannot carry within itself a wish which cannot be fulfilled by reason of its own presence. Who and what therefore desires this supreme union?
It can only be the immaterial spirit, the self. Yet it is the body which itself impedes our success. This night was the turning point in her life.
Sex can satisfy only the body, but never the soul, the self. Never could sexual satisfaction appease this desire! She tried to find the truth by studying. Since religion had not answered her questions she started to read European Thinkers. Her search for the other world and the life beyond this one and her ideas about re-incarnation turned her attention to spiritualism.
She experimented with a pen that on the third day made her write things. While the pencil was writing, she observed her arm and her hand. Whence came the force that moved my hand? If the pencil could write all by itself, she reflected, every pencil lying around could stand up and start writing. Therefore, without any doubt, the pencil was being moved by her arm, but without her having wanted to do so.
Consequently she concluded that the force must be coming from a source outside her own consciousness, but doubtless from her. She was thrilled by the new experience, the fact that the human will flows out of the solar plexus, literally reaching another person, embracing him like an octopus, and even cancelling out the effect of gravity. After the experiment she understood that it is only subjective when we feel something to be matter.
Force gives us the impression of matter. The result is the same in either case, for modern science knows that matter is nothing but a form of energySee also Quantumphysics under Science , a vibration, and only gives us the impression of being matter because it is impenetrable for us. She understood clearly and in an almost physically palpable manner the real meaning of sympathy and antipathy: emanations that give and those that absorb. The former radiate strength, while the latter cling to a person like the arms of an octopus, drawing out and absorbing his strength.
She also learned during this very tiring exercises that cultured, self-disciplined people emit very different radiations from those of coarse and uncouth people living only for the satisfaction of their instincts. They reveal immediately the kind of person one is dealing with. In her opinion only people who are strong enough to resist all influences, have deep psychological knowledge, extensive experience and an enormous conscious will power and self-control should concern themselves and experiment with spiritualism.
Spiritualism finally led her to the study of psychology. After doing a lot of readings she met a psychologist and got access to patients in mental institutions. She felt that something must be done! Everybody must be informed about the causes of mental disease.
Healthy people everywhere must work together with united efforts to fight this misery. Inside yourself! But if everybody would give help, everybody would receive it too.
Then the whole world could be freed of suffering! I want to be a co-worker in the salvation of the world! That she must never forget herself for even a minute. She must always be on guard that she does not do a single thing in contradiction to the eternal laws of life. All the temptations she had not been able to withstand so far in her life will come back to haunt her again and woe to her if she does not withstand them. No mortal can play with the divine forces.
She may never again use the powers you achieve as a co-worker for your own personal ends. After assuring the voice that she meant what she said he reminded her not to forget herself this time. She started to investigate her motivation for every action, her inner thoughts. She kept herself constantly, uninterruptedly under observation. She learned that we have to control our instincts, desires and passions.
She continued to study psychology and philosophy, without neglecting her woodcarving or her music. Artistic work provided her a wonderful opportunity to turn inward spiritually and to ponder all kinds of questions. She also started lessons in sculpt work. One night she continued to see everything despite her closed eyes, but in a transparent way. Then she had a period where she had a lot of visions. One led to a heart attack and the realization that the fear of death is a physical condition.
She was between life and death and when she decided she wanted to die she felt infinity, and saw a long road winding onward, and at its end, beyond everything material, standing in eternity, the majestic form of a man made of blinding lightSee also Proof of Heaven , his arms stretched out in indescribable love.
He seemed infinitely far away from her, and his countenance shone with such an intensely powerful light that it blinded her and she could not see his features. Nevertheless, she recognized him as the Saviour of the world. Then she saw the road towards the light where many, many souls were walking and she guided them. Another time she remembered a past life and when she told her husband he remembered it as well. He added that since that life he learnt to recognize the value of money.
And he had come to realize that the worth of a human being begins when he is able to make a living for himself and his family. All of these views now lie anchored deep in his subconscious because of what he had learned and came to realize in that incarnation. The next vision was a horrible apparition looking like a witch, which was already carrying her child in its arm and trying to escape. She simply knew it.
Elisabeth Haich Initiation
Jan 31, Debasish Das rated it it was amazing 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.. The book neither is a historical account of Egypts past civilization, nor is an astronomical treatise on the planets path through the precession cycle of the twelve zodiac stars, though the context of the book is enveloped between these two outlines : it is basically a spiritual uplifting 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.. In the book, the author describes that in one of her previous births, she was a princess in Egypt and successfully she climbed all the seven spiritual steps to be initiated under the guidance of spiritual master High Priest Ptahhotep.. Initiation: We, the souls entrapped in our physical forms, are as ancient as time itself. The souls are the same, whether the body is that of a child or a grown up.. And, if the manifestation, i.
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