Borrowed a book about New Age!

Discussion in 'New Age' started by ShamicaSativa, May 8, 2004.

  1. ShamicaSativa

    ShamicaSativa Member


    I borrowed my first book about New Age on the library today....I've just read a little, but I have a feeling of that I'll be much more enlightened when I'm finished!!!

  2. WeAreGod

    WeAreGod Member

    Follow your heart, sister :)
  3. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    It's an interesting thing to get into.... just be careful, it's very easy to spend a lot of money in it! Especially in some of those new age stores, a lot of things are very overpriced. But good luck!
  4. hathor2

    hathor2 Member

    go to second hand shops or 2$ shops to buy cheap things like oil burners,incense and other nick nacks. This way you save lots of money.
    New Age is not new it was always here and we ignored it for a while.I think everything in our lives goes so quickly and some of us finaly woke up and got in touch with our inner self.It is amazing,scary and wonderfull at the same time.Good luck, be happy and a big hug
  5. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    very good idea.... also get creative.... fimo and clay works wonders in making things like incense burners.... and the internet is a great source to get free info...
  6. Anistara

    Anistara Member

    What was the book you got?

    What does New Age mean to you?

  7. I_Am_A_Robot

    I_Am_A_Robot Member

    if you get any new age book and im reading it now is the flower of life volume 1 and 2
    this will explain so much!
    its by drunvalo melchidezek ( sp?)
    it tells us the history dating back to when humans were first created by Nefilims
    it also talks about how the pole shifts affect conciousness.
    it talks about basically everything you need to know. okay not everything but so much good stuff.
    another good book is nothing in this book is true but its exactly how things aRE by bob frissell..
    it is a good introductory book summarizing alot of things drunvalo talks about.

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