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Biography Elisabeth Haich was a spiritual teacher and author of several books dedicated to spiritual subjects. She was the second of four children born into an upper middle class family in Budapest, Hungary.
As a young child, her unique gifts were expressed as a pianist, painter and sculptress. She was an internationally recognized artist in the time after the 1st world war and her sculptures are exhibited in Hungary, as monuments and in plazas.
In addition to her inclination to art, she began from early age to show special interest in esoteric knowledge. She got married and had one son who later joined her in teaching Yoga in Switzerland. At this time, Haich began her lifetime spiritual partnership and companionship with an Indian yoga teacher called Selvarajan Yesudian.
They are to be together constantly for the following 55 years until her death Selvarajan Yesudian himself passed away in October In close connection with Selvarajan Yesudian, she began giving Yoga lectures in At the end of World War II she was forced to leave Hungary when yoga teaching became forbidden by the communist government of Hungary. Together with Selvarajan Yesudian, they decided to resettled in North America but on their way they were asked by friends to stop in Switzerland, the stop turned to be permanent, she settled in Switzerland and lived there until the end of her life.
Both schools operated until when they were closed due to the advanced age of both founders. In , at the request of her students, Elisabeth Haich wrote her best known book, Initiation in german: Einweihung which has been translated into seventeen languages with millions of copies sold worldwide. In the book, she relates the dramatic story of her past life in ancient Egypt and her apprenticeship with Divine Ptahotep. Until the end of her life, Elisabeth Haich lectured and counseled seekers.
Elisabeth Haich died on July 1, The following is an excerpt from a letter dated 28th Oct written by Yesudian to the students of the Yoga School after the death of Haich She left us all at the wonderful age of 98, completely healthy, spiritually aware and conscious - only her body was not capable of containing her great spirit. These determined words will be fulfilled in her next life. She was never a burden to those who looked after her physical needs till the last.
She left after fulfilling her universal mission. She will continue to work through her wonderful books and through people who received her enlightening message and pass it on to those in need. Personally I miss her company very much after being with her for about 55 years constantly. It was a great privilege for me to shoulder her responsibilities which needed much strength, which flowed into me the more I served her. She was always a symbol of strength which will inspire all those who knew her personally In Hungary he met Elisabeth Haich and from that time onwards they remained in close companionship for 55 years and share therefore a similar biography.
Soon after they met, he began to give together with her lectures and courses about Hatha yoga. During the 2nd world war Yesudian assisted his pupils and friends unshakably and remained to them a light and support. Details about his life and past lives can be found in the book Initiation. Selvarajan Yesudian passed away in October While his attention was directed to things outside himself, he neglected to look inside and ask the question, Who am I?
This omission had serious consequences: while technological developments became ever more perfect, man himself became more and more imperfect. A person who has lost himself is plagued by burning unrest, and the result of inner dissatisfaction, tragedy within the man, is always war, destruction, cosmic catastrophe. Humanity plunges into misery for the same reason that people seek happiness outside themselves, instead of in the one and only place where it can be found, within!
But the sufferings that often seem to grow and compound themselves finally force us to turn our attention away from things and toward the person who is suffering — ourself! Sooner or later we must learn that the true reason for our sufferings is our abysmal lack of self-understanding and self-control.
Man simply does not know his own soul and the principles and forces at work deep within it. He does not know the source of his thoughts or the tree of his wishes, and chained dawn by this ignorance of his own being, cannot control either himself or his destiny.
In the same blind way in which he follows his animal instincts and urges, fate buffets him to and fro like a rudderless ship in a storm. On the other hand, when one has learned recognize the various levels at which life goes on within his self, and learn to control himself, he is also able to control his fate.
The power which guides our fate did not create man for misery but for happiness. Only blindness pushes him into suffering. If, however, we have found everything in ourselves, if we are a whole, what more do we require? What can we lack? It is his task to carry out the completion of the spiritualization of the earth, a task at which all living creatures are at work, each within the limits of its own particular stage of development.
And every human being who transforms himself from a being identical with the body into a being reawakened in spirit, a divine being - identifying his consciousness with the divine self - has fulfilled his duty. He has spiritualized a bit of the earth. He has advanced by one step the salvation of the earth. Then he can cooperate as a helper in the salvation of other beings. It was closed in due to the advanced age of both founders.
Elisabeth Haich, EINWEIHUNG: Science Fiction oder Tatsachenbericht
The book neither is a historical account of Egypts past civilization, nor is an astronomical treatise on the planets path through the precession cycle of the twelve zodiac stars, though the context of the book is enveloped between these two outlines : it is basically a spiritual uplifting The book is not an easy read despite its relatively compact size of aprox pages, and the concepts will remain etched as a life changing experience.. In the book, the author describes that in one of her previous births, she was a princess in Egypt and successfully she climbed all the seven spiritual steps to be initiated under the guidance of spiritual master High Priest Ptahhotep.. Initiation: We, the souls entrapped in our physical forms, are as ancient as time itself. The souls are the same, whether the body is that of a child or a grown up.. And, if the manifestation, i. Therefore, the conscious mind of ours has an un-conscious counter part, a negative counterpart is always there inside our body for every conscious action and feeling.
Elisabeth Haich - Einweihung - Initiation
Sein Wunsch ist es nun, die Quelle zu finden, an jenen Ursprung zu gelangen, aus dem der Strom der Offenbarungen quillt. Jede heilige Schrift — welcher Religion sie auch sei —, die den Hauch jenes Wesens atmet, wird zu einem Gegenstand der Verehrung. Elisabeth Haich ist meine Lehrerin, mein Guru. Eine freundliche Bemerkung vermag manchmal alle Zweifel zu zerstreuen. Jeder Augenblick in der Gegenwart meiner Lehrerin bringt neue Erfahrungen und beschleunigt meinen Fortschritt. Dann kann dich nichts beeinflussen.
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Nikomi She is also able to speak die einweihung elisabeth haich the soul of Ptahhotep, once she is able to master the ability to reach higher levels of consciousness. If you are enlightened and have awareness of the metaphysical realm, this book will blow your mind. Apr 14, Nea added it Shelves: Customer reviews There are no customer reviews yet. For those on dke path of seeking, this book adds nicely to other literature in your library and is well worth the price.