An autobiography that connects the twentieth century European life of internationally beloved teacher Elisabeth Haich and her lucid memories of initiation into. Elisabeth Haich. INITIATION. AUTHOR’S NOTE. It is far from my intentions to want to provide a historical picture of Egypt. A person who is living in any given. Initiation [Elisabeth Haich] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. An autobiography that connects the twentieth century European life of.

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I just could not cope with this woman. Oh this wonderful, blessed feeling of peace and security that sweeps over me like a welcome wave of warm water.

Initiation by Elisabeth Haich

One evening when we were about to go to bed, mother scolded me for coming in so late from the garden and for not wanting to go to bed. So don’t eliswbeth any more nonsense like “who” I am. Will probably read it or parts again at some point. Without a moment’s hesitation, I jump up, throw a blanket about my shoulders, and run—barefoot and in my little nightie—into my parents’ hauch and crawl into bed beside my mother, under her blankets.

After all, I jumped to throw my arms around her neck just like pins did with the magnet. A Michelangelo, a Leonardo da Vinci, a Giordano Bruno, a Shakespeare, a Goethe, and many many others—why were these titans born, if finally they had to decay in the same way as the worm that fattened itself on their bodies? It was generally very hard to upset father, and he was certainly not upset about my letter. There I found a set of volumes which caused me to begin reading even more avidly than I had before.


At the time I sprained my wrist she was four and a half and I one and a half. The book also describes a little of a more recent claimed previous life in which she was a washing-woman, was abandoned by her lover, lost contact with her daughter, and ended up a beggar on the streets. This point onwards the book has sequences, descriptions and concepts unlike any other book I have read.

But my opinion quickly changed. I started this book over a year ago and just picked it up again. Events themselves are not important, only the experiences and the lessons that you get from them. This is my absolute favorite book ever. He was no problem for me, so I paid very little attention to him.

I wish there are many more books along this line, written by westerners.


And Grete, the always obedient, always well-behaved, always well-dressed, looked down on me as if I were a criminal, avoiding my glance with her eyes. I began to seek.

Then turning to me she poured out her wrath, ‘Just wait, young lady, if we are not good parents for you we can be baich different.

One must be able to keep silence. The soul haicy on this Path has transformed itself into the great spiritual heart will continue its life under the direct Divine Guidance. I was going to have to stay here. In this way I gave an animated story about how the vicar of Wakefield led a holy life, how a haicj man got acquainted with his daughter, Olivia, and finally ran off with her.

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It was described by her followers mentioned in the introductions to her book as visible in her gaze: Meanwhile the others in our compartment had awakened, and father asked, haixh did you like the sunrise? You helped me learn, through consciously developed powers, to keep my sensitivity in balance.

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I looked at these children curiously and thought to myself, ‘Have they no ears? To ask other readers questions about Initiationplease sign up. Now I have a signature too! Little by little I came to the conclusion that elisabrth was much better not to discuss the really interesting things with adults, as such discussions always came out wrong.

The mysterious letters reveal their meaning, and I find myself reading excitedly and joyously. Our family doctor, with his peaceful blue eyes, looked at me searchingly and asked me very earnestly, just as he would have asked a grown-up, ‘What did you mean by that, child, tell me frankly just what you meant. This is non-fiction and she puts to words, things that I’ve tried to make sense of in my head through experience but she has a way of explaining it very well.

They didn’t realize that Ministers of the Gospel sometimes have daughters.