Mystery of White Lions. A must read

Mystery of the White Lions is an important reading. Cleverly written by Linda Tucker - a successful professional in the world of advertising in London, with a solid academic foundation according to the best Western standards - is the story of a journey of discovery of the Spirit. A journey that goes beyond the limits of personal experience to testify, with courage, the possibility that each of us has to grasp on to higher truths in our daily lives. "...The only way I could describe the knowledge I was receiving knowledge was a…Read more

Telepathy is an innate ability. It comes from the heart.

Telepathy is a kind of communication innate to all species. In fact, it is not conditioned neither by anatomy or biology, instead it depends on the ability to access the field of consciousness in which all beings are immersed. Animals communicate telepathically between individuals of the same species but not only. They do it, in fact, even with subjects of other species, including humans, when they are given the chance. Centuries of training around reductionist and mechanistic principles have led to the highest development of dualistic and analytical thinking that most of us…Read more

“Be that pike, be that falcon, be that oak.”

“Be that pike, be that falcon, be that oak,” Merlin encouraged young King Arthur. This is how Peter Tompkins starts his book, “The Secret Life of Nature”: remembering what he learned from his schoolmaster as a boy. I want to take inspiration from the same quote in order to reflect upon the need and the duty that we have, at this stage of our evolution on planet Earth, of embracing a non-anthropocentric point of view. What does it mean? Why is this important? “It's one step from spilling animal blood to spilling human…Read more

The Divine Matrix. A bridge through telepathic communication

Most people probably think that telepathic communication, especially with animals, is just a fantasy, something that has no scientific evidence and doesn’t exist. They might recognize it as an anthropological phenomenon, but they probably won’t recognize it as a legitimate way of communication – nor an advanced method of communication. However, modern science demonstrated that we live among much more information than what our five senses can detect; examples are the theory of relativity by Einstein or the studies on DNA and its expressions on cells under the influence of the emotions and…Read more