Olga Kharitidi’s debut book is a remarkable account of her spiritual adventure in snowbound Siberia. Joining an ailing friend on a spontaneous trip to the Atai. Entering the Circle: The Secrets of Ancient Siberian Wisdom Discovered by a Russian Psychiatrist, Kharitidi, Olga Various reviews and. Entering the Circle by Olga Kharitidi, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Altai is one of them. English Choose a language for shopping. She has traveled extensively throughout Siberia, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan, following the ancient wisdom that spread from Siberia to Central Asia, Tibet, and the Himalayas. Among the wintry villages and pine forests of Siberia, guided by mysterious native sages, Kharitidi unearthed the wellspring of the worlds mystical traditions, discovered deep secrets of healing and magic, and encountered revolutionary teachings about the true nature of the human soul.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. At once a modern odyssey and a timeless dreamscape, “Entering the Circle” is an inspiring story of personal growth and an insightful work about the limitless potential of human spirit. Kharitidi is taken into apprenticeship by a native Shaman who guides her through bizarre, magical, and often terrifying experiences that open her eyes to a wellspring of deeper learning.
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And if you ore someone else are interested to go to Belucha in Altai Siberia, i will give you the e-mail adres of the Russian organisation, who khqritidi those trkkings from Tyungur to belucha. Now there is a vital connection between ancient shamanism and modern, non-Newtonian physics. Although I still don’t know if I believe that her mythical, magical experiences occurred as she says they did, I had this thought: On the road to Belovedia, a fabled civilization of highly evolved beings, she encounters revolutionary mystical teachings while discovering ancient secrets of magic and healing.
Op een dag helpt Olga de buurjongen van een vriendin. My favorite of all is Mad Bear: This one is more credible than average – I count it near to the top of the scale.
At once a modern odyssey and a timeless dreamscape, Entering the Circle is an inspiring story of personal growth and an insightful work about the limitless potential of human spirit. Olgha Kharitidi kahritidi an psychiater from Novosibirsk.
The Heart of the Shaman: I’m still not completely certain how I feel about this book, but I do know that I appreciated its ability to push me out of my comfort zone regarding my perception of reality. At once a modern odyssey and a timeless dreamscape, “Entering the Circle” is an inspiring story of personal growth and an insightful work about the limitless potential of human spirit. Those pages usually appear fairly early. Dispatched from the UK in 1 business day When will my order arrive? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Equally interesting were the every day tidbits about Russian life.
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She wrote the book: My only regret is that she did not write a published copy in Russian so I could get the full sensation…ahh…one cannot have everything. This is a picture of our body-cells DNA.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. A definite ‘good read,’ especially for those interested in shamanism.
“Entering the Circle” by Dr. Olga Kharitidi
Also if one reads similar books from other authors one begins to notice a pattern that all places are unique and special It struck me as a bit grandiose and more than a little reminescent of the New Age books that came out in the late eighties and early nineties. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts enering email.
Equally odd is that she makes a point of saying that shamans have a blood lineage, but makes no mention of hers. What I DO know is that this book shifted my mindset from being rigid and definitive to being more open and curious.
On the road to Belovedia, a fabled civilization of highly evolved beings, she encounters revolutionary mystical teachings while discovering ancient secrets of magic and healing.