This book explores the Buddhist mandalas and their relationship to Christ consciousness. It examines how these symbols can be used as a tool for personal growth and transformation.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about the Buddhist mandalas and how they can be used to achieve Christ consciousness. It offers a wealth of information on these symbols and their spiritual significance.
- The author provides a clear and concise explanation of the symbols found in Buddhist mandalas.
- The book offers practical exercises that help readers connect with their own Christ consciousness.
- The writing is easy to read and inspires self-reflection.
- The book is difficult to read
- The author’s ideas are not well developed
- The book is poorly written
Learn more about the author
Von D. Galt is a teacher, healer and author who has been exploring the spiritual dimensions of life for over 25 years. She holds a Master’s degree in Spiritual Psychology and is the founder of Embodied Enlightenment University.
“This book is a must read for anyone interested in expanding their consciousness and understanding the deeper meaning of Buddhist mandalas. Von D. Galt provides clear and concise explanations of these complex symbols, revealing how they can be used to access greater levels of awareness and enlightenment.”
“This book is a must read for anyone interested in Buddhism or Christ Consciousness. Von D. Galt has done an amazing job of weaving these two teachings together to create a powerful guide for personal growth and transformation.”
“This book is amazing! It’s helped me to connect with my spiritual side in a way that I never could before. The author has a wonderful way of explaining things and making them easy to understand.”
“This book is a must read for anyone interested in the spiritual aspects of Buddhism. Von D. Galt provides an in-depth look at the meaning and symbolism of Buddhist mandalas, and shows how they can be used as a tool for personal growth and enlightenment. I found her insights to be enlightening, inspiring, and thought-provoking.”