In his autobiography, KAYA reveals in detail, for the first time, why he walked away from glory, fortune and success to become a hermit and devote himself to the study of dreams & symbols.
Author: Kaya Muller
In his autobiography, KAYA reveals in detail, for the first time, why he walked away from glory, fortune and success to become a hermit and devote himself to the study of dreams & symbols. A profound, intense, deeply moving book... for all who wish to understand a spiritual path, openings of conscience, and depression. KAYA recounts some of the premonitory dreams he's been having for over 20 years and explains how to understand them and how to gain access to our spiritual powers. BECOMING AN ANGEL A UNIQUE BOOK THAT REVEALS OUR SPIRITUAL POTENTIAL "Today I can assert with all my soul and conscience that man's aim in life is to become an angel. I hope that spiritual path and angel testimony will inspire everyone seeking to open up to the multi-dimensions of conscience and to our capacity to travel through space and time. Living in an angelic state of consciousness is absolutely fascinating. At first, however, it is very difficult and overwhelming, as much on the physical, emotional and intellectual levels as on the spiritual level. Today, I am happy to be able to help all those who wish to discover the angelic path more safely and easily than it was for me; my quest was so intense I could have become lost in it. The paths to spiritual evolution are deeply moving and cause great upheaval in our lives because it is impossible to undergo profound transformations without calling into question the values and principles on which we have founded and constructed our lives."
1.1 The Autobiography : Frame's Best - Seller Like Beauvoir's and Angelou's
autobiographies , Janet Frame's triptych ( To the Is - Land , An Angel at my Table
, The Envoy from the Mirror City ) has become by far her bestseller , confirming
Author: Valerie Baisnee
Four major women's autobiographies of the twentieth century are discussed together here for the first time. Valérie Baisnée reinterprets the autobiographical writing of Simone De Beauvoir, Maya Angelou, Janet Frame and Marguerite Duras, finding some striking similarities in these women's resistance to a conservative order. Deploying a variety of theoretical approaches, from linguistic to Marxist, Baisnée endeavours to break the restrictive patterns of author-centred studies, to go beyond simple oppositions between truth and fiction, and to dispense with the facile interpretation of these texts as confessional. For Valérie Baisnée, Autobiography is meant to represent not the true but the official version of a life, signed by the author herself and revered as hagiography by the public. ... Instead of analysing women's autobiographies as confessional, it is possible to see this mode of discourse as a means to counteract the effect of exposure of women's private lives. By revealing their past, however painful it may be, the four autobiographers studied in this book also enhance their present strength, and therefore underline the political nature of the autobiography.
This was an unusual degree of carelessness for a professional gun. One reason I
was so gloomy was that I was now unable to get hold of my darling hop. I was so
despondent in the hospital that I really thought I should soon become an angel; ...
Author: Hutchins Hapgood
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Reproduction of the original: The Autobiography of a Thief by Hutchins Hapgood