Inscribed above the entrance to one such mystery school in ancient Greece were the words: "Man, Know Thyself." This simple phrase could take a lifetime to fully comprehend...Do you "remember" who you are and why you are here?
It was these topics and others which were explored by brave souls who were willing to delve into the transformational teachings of the esoteric mystery schools. This information is still as valid and inspiring today for those who seek to know themselves on a deeper level of consciousness and desire to learn the spiritual mysteries.
Attending a mystery school in the past was typically a life-long path, as uniting the heart, mind, and soul takes time and dedication. In 9 Life Altering Lessons: Secrets of the Mystery School Unveiled, esoteric teacher Kala Ambrose brings some of the most important and relevant lessons to the modern world.
Man still seeks answers to universal mysteries and desires to know their true nature and destiny on this earth. In this audiobook, Kala discusses many of the ancient mystery school topics, which are designed to stir the soul, awaken the mind, and reveal long-forgotten memories of past lives, as well as inspire you to explore the magnificence of who you really are.
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This book is very useful if you are very open-minded and imaginative. This book helped me released some negative emotions I have been holding inside for years, let go off my negative ego, and allow my blessings to flow in. My life has changed for the BETTER in every way! If you can change your thinking you can change your life and this book will put you in the right direction.
Fat balding hippy.
I wanted to like it and tried hard to give it a fair chance...
But still ended up losing interest after a few chapters. Esoteric wisdom is pretty hard to find in audio books and this book isn't terrible, it simply not out-standing either. It's by no means as annoying as Sylvia Browne, but possesses many of the same qualities of smugness and an over reliance on un-named authorities.
The abundance of White Light Fluff becomes tedious very quickly. Example: the Tarot is covered breifly and the names of the trumps are listed, except for one: The Devil.
Great tips on how to repaint a room, though.
If you have a surplus of credits and are curious about this book go ahead and get it. But I doubt you'll regret skipping this one, either.
For listeners who are looking for some genuinely solid material: I cant recommend Mitch Horowitz's Occult America strongly enough.
On a grade scale from A to F; I would rate this as a c+. I do believe it contains valuable spiritual truths, but the delivery leaves something to be desired. It tends to be rather redundant in spots, and in some situations slightly condescending when they suggest that the truly enlightened will gain the secret messages sprinkled throughout.
Nothing that gave me that "aaa-haa" moment
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