Her work represents the cutting edge of mysticism; that place where the physical and the non-physical meet and new realities are born. It is here where change is rapid and insight comes quickly to wash away years of stagnation. In February of 2005, Almine’s body underwent a transfiguration, changing from mortal to immortal in the twinkling of an eye. Her books have been a roadmap to lead others into the same mastery and beyond. Masters populate her classes and are a fulfillment of a mission given to her in January 2005: prepare the leadership for a Golden Age about to be birthed on Earth. Having lived as a Toltec Nagual (a specific type of mystic dedicated to a life of impeccability and setting others free from illusion) for most of her life, her insights into cosmology and man’s role within the macrocosm are ground-breaking.
Pushing illuminating insights even further than previous Toltecs have done, she has managed to solve mysteries that plagued Toltec seers for eons. Throughout history, the majority of spiritual masters and gurus who have entered mastery have withdrawn from society. This is understandable because words seem inadequate to describe experiences such as coming face-to-face with the Infinite and the physical act of speaking becomes laborious. Almine’s gift is her ability to convey these experiences by rendering the unspeakable understandable. She feels it is time for people to understand that they can choose to claim mastery as their constant reality and remain functional in society. Words to describe the unknowable flow through her and when shared with others often leave them feeling as though they have touched the face of God.
Her revelations bring answers to questions that have plagued mankind since the dawn of time, revealing the origin and meaning of human existence. Her journey has become one of learning to live in the physical while functioning in eternal time and maintaining the delicate balance of remaining self-aware while being fully expanded. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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