Shaman, Healer, Sage


Shaman, Healer, SageHow to Heal Yourself and Others with the Energy Medicine of the Americas, New York: Harmony Books, 2000.

Shaman, Healer, Sage is perhaps Alberto Villoldo’s best book. It was anyway the book that made him famous, a real bestseller. It has given me an ultimate peak of reading enjoyment and illumination, and it has also emotionally touched me.

The author comes over in this book as a really honest, competent, emotionally mature, wistful and empathetic person who went through a personal transformation that only few people in these times can say to have accomplished.

This book is not only highly recommended lecture; it can perhaps be considered as one of the best books so far in the century on the issues of shamanic healing and the challenging task to render an outlandish practice of Inka shamans comprehensive to the modern mind! Continue reading


The Field


The FieldThe Quest for the Secret Force of the Universe, New York: HarperCollins, 2002.

The Field by Lynne McTaggart is the book I always wanted to read because I always wanted to write it. I always wanted to write a study that proves that all what myopic modern science excludes, exists. And here is this book. It reads almost like a thriller, so captivating it is, and the author is able to convey the complex material in understandable terms.

It is obvious that she understands what she writes about, and some of the quantum physics stuff really is not easy to grasp.

The author argues from the premise that all in our universe is interconnected, that nothing is isolated, or, as scientists say, that all is entangled. Now, when you put up such a point of departure, a lot of consequences flow out from this. Continue reading

The Secret of Life


The Secret of LifeKessinger Publishing, 2003, originally published in French as Le Secret de la Vie, Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1929.

Back in 2004, I ordered George Lakhovsky’s books in their French original, the early original editions, and began to translate quotes from them. These books are precious stones in a new science library, to be true, and the knowledge they bring is not theoretical, but very practical. More information is contained in my page on Georges Lakhovsky.

Georges Lakhovsky (1869-1942) was not an academic, but a practical man, a Russian engineer who emigrated to France before World War II. He found that all living cells possess attributes that normally are associated with electronic circuits. Observing that the oscillation of high frequency sine waves when sustained by a small, steady supply of energy of the right frequency would bring trigger resonance, Lakhovsky arranged experiments showing that living cells respond to oscillations contained in what he called ‘cosmic rays.’  Continue reading