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Ama Dios - 9 consciousness books combined Amazon Free Weekend on the 28th of June 2019
Ama Dios: 9 AoL Consciousness Books Combined - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Parenting Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Applying Quantum Physics to manifestation of Consciousness researching Ancient Psychological aspects of Alchemy & Chinese, Greek, Hindu Philosophers, the compilation of 9 AoL books: 2 fiction and 7 non-fiction explore Symbols, Mysticism, Arts, Creativity, Consciousness & Beauty:

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21st Century Spiritual Renaissance


1. A-Ma by Nuit, Historical Fiction set in 17th Century China. A Mystical Journey of Portuguese, Chinese Consciousness Researchers, set in the Age of Enlightenment during the Dutch attack to Macao in 1622, the Reform of Chinese Calendar in 1630-s, with Father Adam Schall's appointment to the Chinese Board of Mathematicians during 1650-s, the witch hunt of a Shaman's African Goddess incarnated in China as Ama and her father Ottavio, a Portuguese Alchemist. Size: 244 pg, 6x9”
2. Art of 4 Elements: Exploring Alchemy through Poetry, Spiritual Four Elements Meditations, a Mystical Journey into Enlightenment through ancient mysteries and stories, by Nuit, Jason Lu, Christine Cutajar, Jeni Caruana. The 120 poems, written by Nuit, acted as an inspiration for the work of 3 artists. Size: 266 pg 8” x 10”
3. Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes, by Olivera Rosić .Designed with the best Alchemy of Love Mindful Eating Exercises and a collection of Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes. The Exercises help with over-eating, eating too often, eating too little, eating junk food, food allergies, etc. Size: 120 pg 6” x 9” 
4. Chanting Mantas with Best Chords by Nuit. With more than 50 mantras from all around the world, their spiritual meanings, lyrics and chords, it explores: Hindu Sacred Mantras; Buddhist Mantras; Sufi Chants; New-Consciousness Mantras in English. Size: 120 pg 6” x 9” 
5. Mindful Being towards Mindful Living Course is a 12 Modules Personal Growth Course full of "Green Life-Style" exercises including self improvement and spiritual questionnaires, soul’s diary, behavior pattern modification, relationship contracts, and many other daily self-growth transformation tools on Nutrition, Core Beliefs, Emotional Intelligence, Mind Power, Creative Thinking, Joy and Love. Year: 2015, Size: 187 pg 8” x 10”
6. Conscious Parenting: Mindful Living Course for Parents by Nuit and Ivana Milosavljević (Md Special Needs), a "Green-Lifestyle" Training designed for parents with plenty of Questionnaires and Family exercises. We explore the magic work with: Rhythm, Day-to-day Routine, Happy Family Structure, Cultivating Relationships, etc. We look into parenting goals, dreams, and creativity tools for kids. Size: 228 pg 8” x 10”
7. Tree of Life with Spiritual Poetry. A Novel by Nataša Pantović Nuitis set in Findhorn, UK as a Journey into the Field of Dreams that In various religious interpretations, within myths, and as a mystical concept represents the inter-connection of all life on our beautiful planet. The story becomes a true adoption story venturing into Africa, Ethiopia, Kenia, within the magic of four elements, four directions, four stages of Life. Size: 264 pg 6" x 9” 
8. Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations by Nuit, Developing both Left and Right Brain could be essential for Creative Thinkers of our Future. To purify mind we start with the consciousness that energy follows thoughts and we use Quantum Physics Logic within Consciousness Research of Taoism following Yin and Yang Universe Manifestations to enter Creative Flow. Year: 2017 Size: 96 pages, 6" x 9"
9. Spiritual Symbols with Their Meaning by Nuit. Our Holographic Universe resonates with the most amazing precision creating Realities of our Choice. Using the sound (Aum, Amin, Allah) resonance to mediate, today & in the past our artists use symbols to enter higher states of consciousness. From Neolithic wisdom of Ancient Temples' carvings of spirals, Pythagoras numbers, Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, ancient wisdom of magic, mysticism, occult travels to our worlds giving us conscious / subconscious gift from Greek Philosophers, Neolithic Temples Goddesses, Alchemy Size 152 pg 6" x 9"

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url 2019-06-22 23:20
Sacred Script of Neolithic Europe
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Being - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Parenting Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Ama Dios: 9 AoL Consciousness Books Combined - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Sacred Script of Neolithic Europe and Ancient China

Learning from Ancient Chinese Symbols, Sound Frequencies, Ancient Greek and Phenician AlphabetArtSpiritualityconsciousnessSymbols and Signs

 

Ancient Chinese Philosophy within Neolithic   and 

by Nataša Pantović

Any discussion of early writing brings up the question of what IS writing? The Western civilizations' researcher will all agree that writing is a way of presenting language using alphabetic, i.e. phonetic symbols. Based on sound, rather that an image, individual letters or syllables represent this sound. The Eastern civilizations' researcher, that had various ways of writing since 5,000 BC would see symbols as writings.

 Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty), 5,000 BC 

 

Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty)

 

Oracle bone from the reign of King Wu Ding (late Shang dynasty) 5,000 BC 

Finding “the language of the s” based on Root Sounds or Vibrations of the Universe, in a mission of discovering this speach of the Universe, could help a man understand a meaning of a language without ever studying it. Wouldn’t that be just amazing! A man’s mind is both consciously and subconsciously capable of hearing these sounds and matching them with a symbol. For example the Arabic "Ra", connects us with the sound of Sun, as much as “Ma” connects us with the symbol of a Mother.

Source: www.artof4elements.com/entry/254/sacred-script-of-neolithic-europe-and-ancient-china
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url 2019-05-08 13:18
The God Vibration
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Art of 4 Elements - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Creativity: Mindfulness Meditations - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Spiritual Symbols With their Meanings - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Being - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Conscious Parenting Mindful Living Course for Parents - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Chanting Mantras with Best Chords - Nataša Pantović Nuit
Mindful Eating with Delicious Raw Vegan Recipes - Nataša Pantović Nuit

The God Vibration

Following The Music of Sound HSpiritualityMantrasconsciousnessSymbols and Signs

 

Following "H" through Ancient Civilizations as Sound of  and Cosmic Vibrations

by Natasa Pantović Nuit

H as symbol of Age of Pisces

The sound frequency and the use of symbols within our mystical spiritual traditions, all through the centuries of our existence on this planet, carried the initiation into the altered states of , our (H}ope to transmit the spiritual energy between various levels of reality.

Following the name of supreme God, the frequency of the sound of Ya-Ho-Wa within Anglo-Saxon languages, the ancient Arab worlds and within the Slavic cultures, I found some inspiring patterns.

 

 

H in Ancient China

At one point of my life I have researched Chinese characters’ drawings, and found it to be such a fascinating art, hiding 1,000s of years of wisdom within the sacred symbols. The Chinese writing is from right to left, like the Arabic, so do have this in mind when observing this most beautiful Sh; To hide the sacred “H” our Kings and Priests added “S” to it.

Source: www.artof4elements.com/entry/246/the-god-vibration
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review 2017-10-19 00:00
If You Were Me and Lived in...Ancient China: The Han Dynasty
If You Were Me and Lived in...Ancient Ch... If You Were Me and Lived in...Ancient China: The Han Dynasty - Carole P. Roman If You Were Me and Lived In... Ancient China: The Han Dynasty is a good entry into the "If You Were Me" series, which aims to let children experience different parts of history or culture from the viewpoint of a child living in that situation.

My child and I liked all the information that was included in this book. She is much more fascinated in learning about how things are done in different countries than in America's history, so this was spot on for her.

We weren't big fans of the illustrations, but both of us like the fact that the author seems to work with lots of different illustrators, so we never quite know what we're going to get.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the author for review consideration.
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2015-08-22 08:00
Rincewind in China
Interesting Times (Discworld, #17) - Terry Pratchett

When my friend leant me this book he simply said 'Rincewind' at which I rolled my eyes. I must say that Rincewind is certainly not my favourite Discworld character, even though some of the books in which he has starred have been quite good. However I wasn't really expecting anything all that much to come from this book, even though it is one of the Discworld novels and I am slowly making my way through each of them (and it was also a bit of a time out from some of the heavier novels that I have read).

 

 

It turned out that it was a good thing that I didn't expect all that much from this book because if you aren't expecting all that much then it is really easy to exceed those expectations. In fact I really enjoyed this book, and even Rincewind was quite cool, especially when you appreciate the nature of his character (namely that his main rule of survival is to run away as fast as possible, and that a boring life is a good life because a boring life means that your lifespan is inevitably going to be much longer).

 

 

This time Pratchett takes us to China, or at least Discworld's equivalent of China – the Agatean Empire. This was a little odd because with the first book the suggestion was that the Agatean Empire was in fact Japan (in which Pratchett was poking fun at the stereotypical Japanese Tourist – Twoflower). However, it now turns out that it is China and that people weren't supposed to actually leave the country and visit the world on the other side of the wall. In fact the powers that be discourage that simply by telling everybody that there is nothing behind the wall except demons and ghosts.

 

 

Thus therein lies the problem. Not only did Twoflower leave but when he returned he wrote a book called 'What I did on my Holidays'. Sure, it sound's like some primary school essay, but I am sure that primary school essays have managed to morph themselves into revolutionary documents. Actually, there have been countless numbers of books that have morphed themselves into revolutionary documents, despite the author having no intention beyond simply writing a fascinating story.

 

The other issue is that the emperor is dying, which means that there is an opening for a new emperor. Sure, the Emperor should have an heir, but that doesn't seem to be the case here, and even if he did having an heir does not necessarily mean that that heir is going to become emperor, namely because there is some other guy who wants that title – Lord Hong. As one can expect from a farcical comedy, nothing seems to go right for poor Hong. Sure, he manages to kill the emperor, but before he can take the title as his own he suddenly discovers that somebody has beaten him to the punch – Cohen the Barbarian, or as we find out – Genghiz Cohen.

 

Genghiz Cohen

 

 

If there is one thing that I absolutely loved about this book it has to be the Silver Horde (which is a play on the Golden Horde, otherwise known as the Mongals). Here we have a handful of old men, who happen to be barbarians, sneaking into the city to steal the throne of the empire. Sure, most people expect old men to be weak and frail, but that would be a huge mistake when approaching the Silver Horde. In fact at one point the end up beating up a room full of ninja.

 

 

I also quite liked the idea of the wall. We all think that the Great Wall of China was built to keep the Mongal Hordes out (and good job it did to – NOT), however Pratchett suggests that that is not the case – it is designed to keep the people inside. We can't have plebs leaving the country, learning new ideas, such as rebellion, and then bringing it back and corrupting people – they've already had a problem with one person doing that. Anyway, as Cohen says, how is a wall going to stop a horde of barbarians? They ain't going to get there, see the wall, and decide that it is all too hard and go home again. No, they are going to take wood from all the trees lying around and then build ladders so they can climb over it.

 

This whole thing about keeping the people in made me think about China back when it was written. Back then you hardly had any Chinese travelling abroad – these days you have heaps. I was sort of wandering whether Pratchett was having a dig at some of these closed countries, though prior to the 19th Century China was a pretty closed country and many of the peasants were intentionally kept ignorant so as not to upset the balance (apparently the Chinese Script was invented to make it really hard for the general populace to become literate). Still, I'm not sure if you are meant to think too deeply with a Terry Pratchett book (though then again it is satire, so I am probably wrong), but then again it is something that I do enjoy doing.

 

 

Source: www.goodreads.com/review/show/1364387501
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