Living with Invisible People
Living with Invisible People
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Description

After working methodically with meditative exercises for a number of years, Jostein Saether had a dramatic breakthrough. Sitting in his meditation chair, he experienced vivid inner pictures of an initiation ceremony in ancient Greece. He knew with absolute conviction that it related to one of his previous lives on Earth. Continued meditative work led him to trace and research many of his past lives, which he relates in this extraordinary book. He also gives descriptions of many other spiritual experiences, and reflects on karmic investigation as an art and science.

Although nowadays many people are recalling memories of former lives on Earth, few have followed the rigorous discipline of specific exercises in the way that Saether has done. His work enabled him to provide vivid descriptions of past incarnations and to show how they are present in metamorphosis in his current life.

Beginning with episodes from his present life leading up to his spiritual breakthrough, Saether takes the reader on a journey starting in the prehistoric ages of Lemuria and Atlantis, and on to the cultures of Egypt, Crete, India and Greece. He continues through early Christianity and the Middle Ages, up to the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. A few well-known names appear along the way, as well as fascinating details that shed new light on historical facts.

About the Author

JOSTEIN SAETHER was born in Norway in 1954. He studied Steiner Waldorf education, painting and art theory and has worked as an artist, an exhibition designer and colour consultant. He also co-founded the Skilleby Atelier artists’ community in Jarna, Sweden, and has painted many murals in public and private buildings. More recently he has taught colour theory, painting, aesthetics and stage design at the Rudolf Steiner Seminar in Jarna. He is now involved in research, seminar and counselling work in the field of spiritual development. He lives in the Saarland region of Germany.

Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 6 × 1.2 × 9 in
Author

ISBN13

9781902636269

Published

November 2001

Format

Paperback

Pages

320

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