Turned Upside Down

A Workbook on Earth Changes and Personal Transformation

Marko Pogacnik; Translated by Tony Mitton

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An experienced landscape-healer argues that the Earth is undergoing an intensive inner transformation, and that we need to change with it.

Format:
paperback
Size:
216 x 138 mm
Publisher:
Lindisfarne Books
Subject:
Mind, Body, Spirit
Extent:
280 pages
ISBN:
9781584200253
Publication date:
27 Jan 2005

Description

Marko Pogačnik is an experienced lithopuncturist, or 'landscape-healer'. Through his work, he is attuned to the different planes and dimensions of the Earth, and in the late 1990s he became aware that the Earth had initiated a self-healing process. In fact, he argues, the Earth is undergoing an intensive inner transformation: the physical earth is changing.

In this remarkable book, Pogačnik describes what we can expect in this period of dramatic change, and how to prepare ourselves to deal with it. He presents simple exercises and meditations which will not only help us to survive and adapt, but will help the Earth realise its full potential.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1. It's Time to Change: Renew Your Life!
2. The Fundamental Causes Leading to the Catastrophe of September 11
3. After the Catastrophe: Humanity's New Inner Organization
4. February 2002: The Decisive Somersault in Etheric Space
5. After the Somersault: The Rushing Torrent of the Great Purification
6. The Consciousness of the Earth Organizes Anew Its Plane of Feeling
7. The Next Goal of the Processes of Change
8. The Present State of Affairs
Appendix: Overview of the Exercises

Reviews

'This is not a book to be read from beginning to end with the everyday mind. The style of writing is familiar and personal, the author talking to the reader as he would to a friend and assuming creative engagement and response. In this spirit, there are many layers offered for the reader's participation. This book is well worth the willingness on the part of the reader to open to what the author wishes to share.'
-- Annie Blampied, Light magazine, Summer 2006

'This is the most radical and challenging book I have read by Marko Pogacnik. Throughout, Marko's own beautiful line-drawings illustrate his experiences in a direct, dynamic and contemplative way.'
-- Annie Blampied, New View, Spring 2005

Author

Marko Pogačnik was born in Slovenia in 1944. He studied sculpture and acquired an international reputation in conceptual and landscape art. He is a lecturer at the Hagia Chora School for Geomancy in Slovenia.

You can also visit the author's own website at www.ljudmila.org/pogacnik

Links

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Sacred Geography
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