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  1. Make Love to the Universe: Himalayan Masters Share Spiritual Wisdom
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  2. Make Love to the Universe: Himalayan Masters Share Spiritual Wisdom

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Meet Phoenix, a seeming madman walking the Himalayas in search of the immortal master Babaji. No money, map, or shoes--only the conviction that the Universe provides. Following the ancient yogic techniques passed down by rishis, or illumined sages, he uses the frequencies pulsing from his heart to impart eternal truths to those encountered throughout the journey. The astral beings that guide him also offer their wisdom on topics including:

* Accessing the subtle energy currents inside the heart
* Opening the third eye
* Cleansing the body of unwanted energy
* Using specific meditations to attain divine communion.

Those who take the plunge with Phoenix into the depths of love will find that while his journey was extraordinary, both the struggles he endured, and the triumphs he celebrated were not unlike those we encounter in our everyday lives.


Phoenix Desmond
Brand: Wolf Trail Press
First Edition
Used Book in Good Condition
Wolf Trail Press
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

This must be one of the most unusual books I have ever read. On the back cover, there is an account of beings from Sirius who have travelled to Earth to share a prophecy.."a set of vibrations.... that will initiate a return to the awareness of unity, which will harmonize life on this planet". Reading this, I assumed that the book would be something on the lines of books written by Patricia Cori, or even Barbara Marciniak. The rather unusual title of the book also made me wonder whether it would be too New Age-y even by my standards..

Having read the book (and re-read it as well), I can completely dispel the notion that it is New Age-y in any way.I can also say that it has very little in common with either Patricia Cori, or Barbara Marciniak's works, at least not in the contents. This book is an account of a journey that the author undertakes in the Himalayas, carrying only a small bag containing a notebook, two pens, a change of shirt and a blanket to keep warm. No... Read more
Although I read lots of "spiritual" books and lots of "alien" books, I was not prepared to like this book. The premise seemed a bit far fetched. Alien spirit beings inhabiting the body of a man on a quest through the Himalayas is even a little too out there for my taste. However, once I got just a few pages into the book and I grew accustomed to the narrator referring to himself as "we," I started underlining and highlighting passages. This is a small book, only 188 pages, is packed full of spiritual insights which one would expect to read in much lengthier and more classical sacred texts. Not only did I feel I came away from the book with a better outlook, I feel as if I have become close friends with the narrator(s). This book will be read many times and will take a special spot on my bedside table next to my worn copy of the Gita. There are two great meditation exercises near the end of the book which I look forward to trying (pages 143-145, 166-168).

It is irrelevant to... Read more
Not for everyone. I'm glad to see many people on here truly enjoyed this book, I had trouble getting into it.

The quick and dirty:

-Worth picking up if you're exploring your spirituality, if you liked the message of Siddhartha, (I think) you'll like this book.
-Some strange sentence structures stunt reading
-The constant switching between story and spiritual lessons made this hard for me to stay interested in.

The long and wordy:(And why you should take my review with a grain of salt)

Where to start!?

I suppose a bit of a disclaimer, I'm not saying this was a bad book. It just wasn't for me. I'm having trouble putting my finger on one specific reason so I'm going to list out everything I think is worth mentioning.

Starting with Siddhartha, this "Making Love" reminded me a bit of Siddhartha, same concept of someone going on a spiritual journey and finding answers etc etc. I think it's only fair to say right... Read more
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