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My Secret Garden Ludwig Schmitt

My Secret Garden

Ludwig Schmitt

Published May 1st 2012
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Kindle Edition
281 pages
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MY SECRET GARDEN has in its core quite a deep analysis of the value and merit of the Past Lives Therapy. Étienne a very successful lawyer, the main character of the whole book, manages to obtain by means of a treatment by a Master in P.L.T., aMoreMY SECRET GARDEN has in its core quite a deep analysis of the value and merit of the Past Lives Therapy. Étienne a very successful lawyer, the main character of the whole book, manages to obtain by means of a treatment by a Master in P.L.T., a complete cure of all pertinacious and persisting health problems, which seriously impaired and disharmonised his life and career, after having exhausted all possible treatment possibilities he could resort to, from what the traditional Medicine offered, showing that even despite its 21st Century advances, there are still limits to the so called scientific art of healing.Étienne’s regression takes us first to a past life, which happens at the beginning of the 20th. Century. He first witnesses the First World War, and then takes past in the Second World Conflagration and dies in combat. After his death and on arriving on the spiritual Plane, he is given the suggestion to submit to another regression, so that he can understand why that all had happened in that terrible manner. In this way he chooses to watch two of his previous lives. They were of particular interest to him for many good reasons and finally made it clear to him that his health problem no more had the least reason to exist.It’s obvious that along the narrative, many important notions as well as a deeper knowledge of the spiritual viewpoint are conveyed to the reader so that he or she may understand some of what a spirit feels, especially in the spiritual sphere, actually his or her really natural habitat.May this book bring to all those who have the chance to read it, the understanding of the fact that it is urgently necessary for all of us, to create our own ‘Secret Garden’ so as to find in it the true and unique values that there can flourish: Spiritual knowledge, love and development and growth towards perfection. As well as that, the book emphasises the most desirable coherence with all of this in our earthly lives. There is though more to that: Surinda really wishes that all her readers believed that this ‘Garden’ – the everyday one - really exists and needs affectionately to be looked after with the ever growing ingredients of real kindness an true love...