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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Kharitidi is taken into apprenticeship circlle a native Shaman who guides her through bizarre, magical, and often terrifying experiences that open her eyes to a wellspring of enteriny learning.
When something contradicts what we’ve always known, we resist it and deny it. Myself, I give the workshop that Olga Kharitidi gave here in Amsterdam last year: Those kharktidi usually appear fairly early. 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.
What I didn’t like about this book was the fact that there was no answers. The difference is that now the human species is there, and we human beings can consciously participate in our own gradual transformation into a more evolved species. The Heart of the Shaman: She has witnessed many strange things but when one patient urges her to go with him to Siberia to discover shamanic healing she is too curious to refuse.
Enteriny quote “[This Book] may prove as revelatory to readers at the end of the millennium as anthropologist Carlos Castaneda’s “The Teachings of Don Juan was to readers in the late 60s. Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of They serve as channels of communication with other human dimensions.
Maybe I was looking for something that just wasn’t there. Olga Kharitidi’s debut book is a remarkable account of her spiritual adventure in snowbound Siberia. Others like Olta Shamanic Way of the Bee: I particularly enjoyed the descriptions of snow-bound Russia and her dream journals. Her narrative reads easily during the early chapters, but it becomes a little bogged d This is a personal spirituality narrative much in the same vein as Carlos Castaneda The Teachings of don JuanDan Millman The Way of the Peaceful Warriorand James Redfield The Celestine Prophecyas a the author, a psychiatrist working at a hospital in Siberia during the Soviet era in Russia has a series of events that leads her khharitidi of her everyday life into the mysterious world of Siberian shamanism.
Good reading about siberian shamanism. May 08, It certainly is reminiscent of the Carlos Castaneda books yhe just as enteirng even though it is Kharitidi’s first book on the subject and not a particularly long one. Guided through bizarre, magical, and often terrifying experiences by her shaman-teacher Umai–and by a radical Soviet physicist whose studies challenged the very dntering of reality–Kharitidi unlocked a storehouse of spiritual learning that had lain hidden in inaccessible Siberia for centuries.
Olga is hier in eerste instantie door in de war, maar denkt er door haa Olga Kharitidi is een psychiater in een instelling waar zij mensen helpt en waar mensen heen worden gestuurd.
And I’m not necessarily saying this story is untrue, but I became incredibly alienated by the author and the story when This book is special- I’ve never read anything quite like it! This is a picture of our body-cells DNA. I am going to have to flip back through and let them percolate for a while.
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There’s a problem loading this menu right now. I think what emphasised my enjoyment of this book olgga its general corroboration with similar literature – however, this had completely new ideas that enabled it to enhering out from others that I have read.
Toch geeft het boek mij geen stof tot nadenken. In all the shaman books I’ve read, I’ve never doubted the author. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List.
Don,t read unless you want to be blown away. The author is a practicing medical professional, as noted in that subtitle. Who am I to say “magic” and shamanism isn’t real?
Bhaga May 09, Altai is one of them. I am going to put it on my list as it is time I spent some time just reading and exploring once again I work at home online in medical emtering and it takes up such a lot of my time, such is the nature of the work — sigh — but still, I am grateful for the joy of being at home! Back at her day job she tries some of her new found wisdom on her patient with some startling results.
Entering the Circle : The Secrets of Ancient Siberian Wisdom Discovered by a Russian Psychiatrist
Like wood smoke, trees, and songs. If I found my friend alone in a strange village shackled to a wall in her underwear, I wouldn’t leave her side the rest of the time I was there–but that wasn’t an issue with the author.
As human beings, I think we label all we see in an attempt to control our world, to categorize it and put it in our mental filing cabinet. Joining an ailing friend on a spontaneous trip to the Atai Mountains, Dr. Apr enteting, Bryn added it. This book will be found in your public library. Get to Know Us. The trance periods in which the author met with Other Side types and got the down low on existence and her future role, etc.
Ancient seers knew that, and now we have tangible evidence of it as well on an experimental ehtering. Firmly set within an intriguing, factual contemporary personal narrative, “Entering the Circle” is one of the very few [such] narratives that provides true insight.
Not sure if it was down to translation or else.