Every 13,000 years on Earth a sacred and secret event takes place that changes everything. Mother Earth's Kundalini energy emerges from its resting place in the planet's core and moves like a snake across the surface of our world. Once at home in ancient Lemuria, it moved to Atlantis, then to the Himalayan mountains of India and Tibet, and with every relocation changed our idea of what spiritual means. And gender. And heart. This time, with much difficulty, the Serpent of Light has moved to the Andes Mountains of Chile and Peru.
Multi-dimensional, multi-disciplined, and multi-lived, for the first time in this book, Drunvalo begins to tell his stories of 35 years spent in service to Mother Earth. Follow him around the world as he follows the guidance of Ascended Masters, his two spheres of light, and his own inner growing knowledge. His story is a living string of ceremonies to help heal hearts, align energies, right ancient imbalances, and balance the living Earth's Unity Consciousness Grid - in short, to increase our awareness of the indivisibility of life in the universe. We are all - rocks and people and interdimensional beings - one!
©2008 Drunvalo Melchizedek (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
I love most books that transport me to another time and place & books that uplift my spirit.
I liked hearing the story of the Serpent of Light. It's truly fascinating, but more importantly, Drunvalo is the first person that didn't talk about the doom and gloom or end of the world scenarios since the Mayan calendar comes to an end on December 21, 2013. Finally, an explanation that is uplifting and inspiring.
There is more to this Drunvalo than many of us really understand. I'm thankful for him and his book. I enjoyed the whole book which only took me a few days to get through as I was very eager to hear everything he had to say. Not narrated by him, but the Narrator was very good.
I definitely recommend this book.
View of sacred and unity consciousness. Love, balance, natural cycles, connection and cooperation between all... Tall order!
I personally believe the earth has its own pulse and nature is in control but this guy is full of it at times he puts himself on a pede stole then he puts himself in the likes of a forgetful child whose so care free that he let's everything just roll off the shoulder and forgets important details immediately but remembers them all when it comes to writing his book I can see unintelligent people loving this book and I'm not saying a lot of stuff in this book isn't possible but this guy is in a confused fantasy land longing for importance
Yes. His concepts are great and I vibrate to them.
Didn`t get to the end, to loong to many distracting details.
To many adorments such as description of the house, the landscape, etc... that maky it hard to focus on the core of the story.
I loved the core of the story the fact that everything is vibration, that they áre many dimensions, etc.
I never read the print version.
I wouldn't have focused as much on every single cerimony performed. The book gets a little long winded in the middle chapters.
I enjoyed where he spoke about the Serpent of Light and how the Earth energies work.
NO, but it was very informative with a lot of good information.
In the end I would have to say I am glad to have listend to this book, but I dont believe I will be giving it a second listen.
"Rambling and complicated"
I have followed Drunvalo Melchizedek for many years now and have found his insights and explanations to the new consciousness informative and credible. But this book, and i am not sure what i expected, just wound round and round, place after place, one surreal experience after another - made me really question everything i have come to understand about our collective consciousness and our journey.
I was looking for some much more tangible in the mapping of what may be happening at the End of Time and how this will manifest - but it was a very long and rambling incredible story of such mystical proportions i could not make sand or moss of this journey he has been on.(has he really and yet can continue to live and breath on this level!!)
Is it supposed to be a fantasmagorical story of myth and mystery written as a flight of fantasy or is it supposed to be something that has actually taken place? Six and a half hours into this rhetoric of one after another relaying of tribal meetings, other worldly encounters and beyond belief reports of something told like the most gigantic story worthy of J R Tolkien proportions, i am loosing the will to live.
Come on Drunvalo, gives us what your great at, concrete understanding on a level that gives all truly devoted followers of the ancient teachings a way forward at this time of great change and how we are going to find our way through it together.
good book. intresting and very enlightening. however i had concerns over the authenticity of some parts as it was well out there. no need to beleive just enjoy the story. a must read however
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