The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life has ratings and reviews. Drunvalo Melchizedek presents the Flower of Life Workshop, illuminating the. The Flower of Life Seen from the Feminine Side . enjoy what you are about to read, and may it truly be a blessing in your life. In love and service,. Drunvalo. of the Flower of Life in 33 countries, who have given me invaluable feedback, support and love that has kept me .. In love and service, Drunvalo Melchizedek .

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I have given this book a chance. Speaking to the converted is like speaking to any other deeply religious person.

Flower of Life and Merkaba – Drunvalo Melchizedek

These books took me on a Spiritual rollercoaster. Drunvalo Melchizedek presents the Flower of Life Workshop, illuminating the mysteries of how we came to be. A horrible sales job. This book isn’t melfhizedek everyone. My beliefs as a Pantheist now have more hold in my mind, so I don’t just This book has brought so many of my different beliefs and experiences together if a way that has helped to guide me to my own truth.

I have very good reason to believe this man is crazy. I will say this, if you are meant to read this book it will find you and you will know when it is time: I forget who suggested this book to me, but it definitely wasn’t up my alley. The writer claims we are all one, something I subscribe to, but then goes on about higher selves and personal awareness across levels of conciousness and diemnsions.

So the night before I picked out 7 books that ‘felt’ like they were right, but I could not narrow them down, floqer I decided to try a little trick I used to do as a kid. The wisdom from madmen is tricky to grasp from.


What’s more, some of the claims he makes are very hard to believe even for me and I’m pretty open minded. Jul 15, Li Li rated it drunfalo was amazing Recommends it for: If you were to watch this planet from space, it would appear to be dying very, very rapidly.

It is definitely captivating, but the fact people take it to be true is the reason I gave it 1 star.

Drunvalo Melchizedek – Teachings and Books

Apr 07, Kacey Jo rated it did not like it. If one is willing to truly open their mind, accepting the fact “anything is possible”, I recommend this book. There’s way too many times that the author says things along the lines of “and this is absolutely correct!

Don’t mistake this material for non-fiction. Its not ths kind of dreamy-time-read-book While again, there is some melhizedek to it, this book is drjnvalo down to dogma.

But bloody hell it was a struggle. Aug 01, Adam rated it liked it Recommends it for: To view it, click here. Yet here we are 30 years later and not one shred of evidence or literature or support on the big old internet or anywhere else for that matter. This book is one big contradiction. At the end of its life, as far as we know, there are two primary things a star can do… One it can explode and become a supernova, a huge hydrogen cloud that becomes the womb for hundreds of new baby stars.

He describes in full detail what will happen when we move into the fourth dimension. If you want to discuss sacred geometry, great! Im not sure how I can rate this book But it certainly will be a delightful, insightful reading for those who intuitively have always known that our sciences, religions, and the official history of our life in this planet, have been twisted, censored, manipulated by the powers that be, or just been partially presen This review gives a little insight into what this book can teach u.


The information in it is shocking Jun 26, Gary rated it really liked it. Most things he did tie together and explai While, overall, I really did like this book and it was a fast read for me there was a lot that left me baffled and not in a good way. I am not going to get into what this book is all about because it seems to me that it is probably very different for each person who reads it and if a person were to read it more than once, I am sure it would mean something different each time.

But I have to say I was disappointed. Then another couple of years went by and I had a sacred geometry moment, actually I was signed up for an art class that discussed sacred geometry and I noticed in one of the books the same symbol on the front of this book, and then something inside of me made sense, it was very strange.

At the first chapter, in a section titled “A High Inclusive Reality”, he wrote about a woman named Mary Ann Schinfield, and when I googled her, no one existed with this name, and the only person who supposedly knows about her is the Author, in this book. The rest was description after description about geometry and how it makes up our world.

Jan 04, Anessa Connor added it. He even seems to jump up and down, yell, and scream to convince the reader the accuracy simply by using exclamation points in every paragraph.