Quotes from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1

Drunvalo Melchizedek ·  228 pages

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“There is only one reality, but there are many ways that reality can be interpreted.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1


“We’re going to discuss only four or five different problems the Earth has, though there are multiple different scenarios going on. If any one of these scenarios were to break down, all life on the planet would eventually die. And at the moment, they’re all about to break down — it’s just a matter of which one breaks down first. And whenever one system goes, then all the rest of them will go eventually, and that’s it, there won’t be any more human life. It will be over with, and we’ll end up just like Mars or the dinosaurs. A few years ago, around the turn of this century, there were thirty million species of life forms on Earth — thirty million different species of life. In 1993 there were about fifteen million. It took billions of years to create these life forms, and in less than a blink of an eye, a mere hundred years, half of the life on this dear Earth is dead. Around thirty species a minute are now becoming extinct somewhere. If you were to watch this planet from space, it would appear to be dying very, very rapidly. Yet we’re going on as though nothing’s happening and everything’s great. We’re sticking money in the bank and driving our cars and just wiggling right on. Yet from an honest point of view, we have a real life-and-death problem going on here on Earth, and few people seem to be really serious about it.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1


“an internal form of acting, a meditation, a meditation that consciously reconnects you to all life everywhere. It is what the Taoists say: The way to do is to be.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1


“Ahora tenemos la evidencia aceptada de que necesariamente tuvo que haber alguien en la Tierra de una civilización muy desarrollada al menos hace 10,000 años.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1


“Thot. Está sosteniendo cañas de papiro porque él fue la persona que introdujo la escritura en el mundo. La introducción de la escritura fue algo muy importante, probablemente el acto de mayor influencia que haya ocurrido en este planeta en este ciclo. Logró más cambios en nuestra evolución y conciencia que cualquier otro hecho individual en nuestra historia conocida.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1



“Un único Espíritu. Mucho antes de que Sumeria existiera, antes de que en Egipto se construyera Sakkara, antes de que floreciera el valle del Indo, el espíritu vivía en cuerpos humanos, danzando en una cultura elevada. La Esfinge sabe la verdad. Somos mucho más de lo que sabemos. Hemos olvidado. La Flor de la Vida fue y es conocida por toda la vida. Toda la vida, no sólo aquí sino en todas partes, sabía que era el patrón de la creación la vía de entrada y salida. El Espíritu nos creó con esta imagen. Tú sabes que es verdad; está escrito en tu cuerpo, en todos tus cuerpos.”
― Drunvalo Melchizedek, quote from The Ancient Secret of the Flower of Life: Volume 1


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