Monday, February 12, 2018

Review of the book “My Lives with Lucifer, Satan, Hitler and Jesus”





“My Lives with Lucifer, Satan, Hitler and Jesus,” by Kim Michaels is an inspirational and encouraging book with a revolutionary, unique concept beyond imagination. It includes such spiritual concepts as karma, choices and consequences, and sensitivity and consciousness, which are described deeply and using detailed examples.

The author provides a thoughtful explanation of the law of free will, the free will from Lucifer’s and ascendant masters’ points of view. The second death (spiritual death) concept is stated and explained in depth.

I also enjoyed a description of the complexity of beings – not only human beings (as entities possessing several thin bodies besides the physical one), but also other beings having a different existence and living on the Natural planets.

The main reason I read this book was my serious curiosity about Jesus. All my personal guesses about this great spiritual being were confirmed in Kim Michaels’ book and described in detail. That was the most inspiring part of this novel for me.

The author described the life of Jesus in the physical body as well as his journey as a spiritual being step by step, including Jesus’ “afterlife" journey and his path to ASCENSION. This story is quite different from what we all know from "official" sources.

The technical side of the book has some imperfections. The manuscript is long. It’s written in a sort of free-flow memoir and has repetitive “loose” text. With the help of a professional editor, it could be reduced in length by at least 30 percent without harming the content. In addition to improving the readability, it would be helpful to eliminate the occasional writing errors and misspellings.

Another area for improvement is that the book has a “heavy” beginning. It contains several definitions of and abbreviations for the “bad guys” that are neither in line with the title of the book nor used throughout the book except, briefly, in one place. That part could perhaps be condensed in length or removed and placed in a separate book.

Approaching the end of the book, I asked myself: What is this book about and what was the author’s main goal in writing it? I concluded that 95 percent of the content described a PROBLEM (i.e., falling beings) while 5 percent described the SOLUTION (i.e., raising a collective consciousness). At the very end of the manuscript, Kim Michaels confirmed my answer – his goal was to deliver comprehensive information about the Darks.

This brave explanation of who sets up suffering on Earth is definitely needed. However, just as sickness cannot arise in a pure body, Darks won’t appear at a high level of collective consciousness. In other words, we need inspirational stories that help change the existing situation and a toolkit of HOW TO RAISE CONSCIOUSNESS.

I would like Kim Michaels to write a continuation of this book. I wish that 5 percent of the new book would provide information about the PROBLEM (i.e., suffering) and that 95 percent - about the SOLUTION (i.e., how to reach a higher level of collective consciousness and, as a result, our planet’s ascension).

Personally, I'm looking forward to Kim Michaels, with the help of the ascended masters, could present detailed examples of the following:
1. A life on the Natural planets; their inhabitants’ goals, objectives, obstacles and challenges with respect to the raising and maintaining of high consciousness; leadership; the role of women.

2. Among the billions of planets in the universe, there must be some that are similar to Earth, that were able to raise their collective consciousness.
The factors (with detailed examples) influenced them on their way to achieving it; spiritual choices; leadership and the role of women in raising consciousness.

3. We know that all the 195 countries on Earth have own national mentality representing different levels of collective consciousness and that the gap between the highest and lowest ones is relatively big. Which values have the best nations followed throughout their history to achieve their current level of consciousness? Which spiritual choices have they made, and what can be done to help the nations that are behind?

With its courageous and direct approach to many "hidden" topics and its revelation of a mystery about the Darks, the book “My Lives with Lucifer, Satan, Hitler and Jesus” by Kim Michaels is a valuable read for any spiritual seeker.

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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Laxman Jhula and The Beatles Ashram

One of the main attractions in Rishikesh is abandoned "Beatles" ashram, where the musicians attended a  Transcendental Meditation training in 1968. Their visit was one of the band's most productive periods and received widespread media attention.



The ashram is located close to Laxman Jhula, Rishikesh.



I published an article with some photos about my short personal experience about the Laxman Jhula and visiting the "Beatles " ashram in the Erasmus Travellers Competition.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Rishikesh – Indian town with a great spiritual theme and more.



One of the great spiritual places in India is Rishikesh.



I wrote an article about my personal experience in this city, which I visited in 2013.

The article is published at Erasmus traveling experiences pages.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

George Harrison – The Last Performance (John Fugelsang)



I found this video during my preparation for the article about the “Beatles Ashram” in India. This interview shows that George Harrison had a higher consciousness than the average Westerner.  



I love his thoughts and dreams about teaching kids to stay healthy and focus on developing consciousness

When and if his words resonate in people's minds and hearts, the human race will start purifying itself, confronting the era of degradation and the destiny of the Kali Yuga and achieving a Golden Age of happiness and wellbeing!

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Transportation in India

Transportation in India



Between cities:
·    Aircrafts


      Local airplanes are pretty expensive if you buy it online yourself. The price also does not include meals; a small snack would cost as much as a proper lunch in a standard Western restaurant. It might be smart to bring your own snack with you.

·      Trains



      A good value for your money. The disadvantage is that it’s not easy to get tickets. For long-distance trips, you must book a ticket in advance. You might encounter fraud at the railway stations (I have heard about this, but have not been in such a situation myself.). 
      After getting your SIM card, you can subscribe to the travel website MakeMyTrip and try your hand at booking a train/flight ticket from there. 



If you bought a ticket with a sleeping berth, you will get bed linen in the train.

·      Buses


      Advantages of a bus: cheap, relatively easy to get a ticket. The main disadvantage is that travel agents sell overpriced tickets to foreigners and the bus you will get is not necessarily in the best shape. Also, a trip in a bus at night is less comfortable than in a train. However, some busses are designed to provide sleeping places, just like in a train. There are even double beds in some of them. That makes your trip more comfortable. There is no any bed linen in there, so it’s advisable to take your own pillowcase and a sheet from home. Sometimes an additional payment is required for luggage. You won’t get a receipt for that, so write down in your notebook how many pieces of luggage you have and ask the loader to sign it. Normally they will do this without protesting.

In cities: 
·      Taxi: The cars are national and international brands; most have air conditioning. Not cheap. Drivers use a navigation system via smart phones.
·      Tuk-tuks



     Tuk-tuks are exotic; natural ventilation because there are no windows and doors. The drivers do not have a navigation system, so for your own convenience you must have a printed map with a clear address and telephone number for your destination. Ask your hotel in advance for tuk-tuk prices from the railway station.
·      Rickshaws





      Rickshaws are good if you are shopping in the bazaars or for very short trips; however, their recommendations might be very subjective; they could advice to you the shops of their friends or relatives. Normally illiterate.

Tips for local trips in the city:
·      Agree on the price before getting in the vehicle.


·       Take a small notebook with you. That will be useful not only for making notes but also for writing a negotiated price for your trip by taxi, rickshaw or tuk-tuk driver. Write it in front of the service provider; this will be proof of your agreement with him. Otherwise, your driver might quote a different price at the end of the trip, which happens quite often.



Sunday, May 14, 2017

Preparation to your traveling in India


·      Weather
o   When planning your trip to India, be aware that in some places, travel during certain months should be avoided.
o   For example, in New Delhi from May to June, the temperature can reach +50 C (+122 F) and you’d feel uncomfortable going anywhere outside your hotel.
o   July and August are months with heavy rain, which can make it inconvenient to explore India.

Average temperature in India

·      Vaccinations
o   About one month before your trip to India (or earlier), get in touch with a vaccination specialist in your local health center. At that time, you must have your travel plans ready. The doctor will ask which places in India you are planning to visit. That is necessary for you to get the right vaccinations and prevent unnecessary ones. For example, in some areas at certain times of the year, the threat of malaria exists. However, if you are not going to those areas or if you will be there during the “low” season for the anopheles mosquito, you might not need that vaccination.
·      Clothing
o   India is a highly religious country. You won’t see any Indian (man or woman) wearing tight shorts, mini skirts or transparent clothing. My advice is to wear clothing that aligns with local habits and that is comfortable for traveling. Take a long-sleeve cotton blouse, a couple of T-shirts, loose trousers, bermuda shorts covering your knees and comfortable walking shoes. Due to pollution, try to avoid white; otherwise you must wash your clothes each time you wear them.
o   You can also buy great coloured pants and blouses at the local bazaars. Shopping there is a lot of fun!

                                                                                   Outfit in India

o   Sunglasses and hat
·      Other things
o   Torch. The sunset in Delhi is around 6 pm and total darkness arrives quickly. The streets and roads are poorly illuminated and you are at risk of getting hit by whatever comes your way.
o   Reflectors. If you think you will be hanging out outside at night, you might consider pinning a light reflector on your backpack or clothing.

 Reflectors

o   Umbrella. To protect against the rain and/or sun.

                                                                                      Miscellaneous

o   Electric water kettle. If you have space in your luggage, you might consider taking a small, simple kettle and making your own tea whenever you want.
o   Luggage. There are no elevators in the train stations and there are long stairs you must use to reach your platform. I have learned that a backpack is the best option for long-term traveling in India. Before my trip, I bought two pieces, which I can use together or separately, as well as a cover to protect against dirt and rain (which I recommend) and I was happy with my preparation. The larger suitcase does not weigh down your shoulders; the weight goes on your hips and you can carry it for at least some time without problems.


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o   Language. With English, you will be able to survive pretty well.