The sacred sites which
influenced me the most
Certain sacred sites have a special energy, frequency. If you are open to
this energy it can reveal secrets to you and sometimes even transport you to
another timeless dimension. Or you can simply marvel about the creativity
and genius of these ancient civilizations who constructed this all.
Sacred places can also be in nature, especially near running water
(waterfalls, rivers) and in deserts.
want to share with you THE sacred sites / places which influenced me the most. Seeing
the number of visitors, which most of these sacred sites drawn to them, their
energy is still calling through the ages.
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Sacred Sites / Places
The origin of
the Khmer civilization:
Champasak in Laos.
has been a sacred site as far as history goes back. For many generations
people have felt the special energy of this place. The mountain has
been called: LINGAPARVATA: The Mountain of the god
There is halfway the mountain a sacred spring and on the top of the mountain
a large natural Shiva lingua. Walking these very old steps, where perhaps
millions of people have gone before me, flowers showered on me and it
remained me of the famous story of
The energy around the sacred spring was amazing and I had a strong
transforming Shiva-Shakti experience. I sometimes ask
the Source for a confirmation of this kind of experience. Out of
nothing monks appeared and started to make fires and jumped through the
flames. As you can imagine I stood there in awe and wonder.
This sacred place is the Source of the whole mighty Khmer civilization, who
spanned a large part of South East Asia on its heyday. The Khmer built
here Wat Phu Champasak. It is much older then Angkor and dates as early as
the 6th century. The lingam here was used in ceremonies to release the
sacred power of the lingam at Khao Phra Wihan. This is an amazing example of
how these old civilizations could transfer energy to another sacred place
hundreds of kilometers away.
The pinnacle of the Khmer civilization has been Angkor.
1. Angkor in Cambodia is my favorite number one. I spend six days
exploring these monuments, which are situated in the midst of the jungle.
Some monuments are still partly overgrown like when they were discovered
again. This whole city has been lost in the jungle for ages. A place full of
magic and mystery.
2. The 2200 temples in Bagan, Myanmar. You have to see it with your
own eyes, because it is hard to believe that one civilization created so
many temples. An example of the immense power of focused energy on a higher
goal. Indeed then these kinds of miracles are possible. I have spend 13 days
there and still not seen it all. Every temple has its own energy and story
me Bagan is the apex of recent human civilization, with Angkor in
Cambodia. These people created an amazing 2.224 monuments, dating from Bagan's "Golden Period" (1044 Ė 1287) with such a simple means.
Ayuthaya in Thailand. Although they are from a different time period
Ayuthaya was a continuum of that which has started in Sukhothai. An amazing
peaceful and uplifting sacred site, especially Sukhothai.
Note the first three are all Buddhist monuments. If you look at the whole
(mostly violent) history of all the great world religions only Buddhism has
brought and is still bringing harmony, peace and beauty in the people and in
the monuments these people have created.
4. Egypt: Nile civilization. Especially Luxor, Aswan, Abul Simbel and the
pyramids. This is a huge energy network and canít be divided in
parts. As I wrote in the introduction of my Egypt website: This country is
also a living monument and bears witness that it are always the inspired
individuals who accomplish great projects. Like the pharaohs inspired by
their Gods. Or as some very ancient sources mention that the gods descended
on earth. And if you look to the state of the world 5000 years ago, it is
indeed a miracle that such a great civilization blossomed so suddenly. If
you are sensitive nowadays you can still feel this magical power, when
visiting these ancient sites.
Yangon Schwedagon pagoda one of the most impressing Buddhist
sacred sites in Asia.
6. Varanasi, India with the Ganges.
Varanasi or Benares in the past is very ancient sacred site, going far back
in history. It doesnít have any spectacular monuments like the ones
mentioned before. It is more a living colorful religious spectacle.
Mount Sinai in the Sinai dessert in Egypt. At that place the seed
for this whole spiritual journey website
site has been planted.
8. Myanmar: many temples in
Mandalay and in the
ancient cities around Mandalay. Breathtaking. This whole country is
dotted with temples and pagodas.
Bangkok What Phra Keo. What Phra Keo can be best described
as a fairy tale or unworldly dreamscape. Here we can see contemporary
creativity and human genius at its best.
10. The Mayan sacred sites in Mexico,
Guatemala and Honduras.
Especially Copan in Honduras. I have been there at a very special moment in
cosmic time. A lot about this old Maya civilization and the head Mayans
involved, has been revealed. Also the Maya prophesies for 21-12-2012
became clearer to me.
I have visited only a part of this world. But these are the monuments I have
been naturally drawn to. This has most probably to do with past lives,
because walking these ancient sacred sites has been many times like coming
home. Even as a kind of soul retrieval. I became again connected and
empowered with ancient sacred energy. I am also a scientist and I donít like
at all living in a pseudo spiritual fantasy world as an escape of the harsh
reality. Real spirituality is very practical. It is THE WAY OF LIVING A RICH
AND FULFILLING LIFE. If I observe that a certain experience
also works out in my life, then I know it has been true and not a dream.
I hope that
these words and the many pictures may inspire you to go for yourself on a
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