The 7 Most Spiritual People of All Time

The 7 Most Spiritual People of All Time

As 2014 draws to a close I find myself thinking about who has helped me most in my spiritual journey.

In my early 20’s when I was struggling to understand my gifts and abilities, I read lots of self-help and spiritual books.

In the past ten years this has reduced significantly because I like to mostly focus on the information I receive from the White Light in meditation, but as the dawn of 2015 approaches I feel the need to express my gratitude to those spiritual souls who shed light for me when I was experiencing darkness and confusion.

These teachers and wisdom bearers helped me understand amazing things like the workings of the universe, the law of attraction, and the power of the subconscious mind. And they also showed me how to embrace my psychic and empath self so that I could serve others and help them heal their lives.

All are equally powerful in my eyes. All are equally important, and all share a message of light and love.

These are my 7 most spiritual people of all time:

1. Louise Hay – You Can Heal Your Life

This book entered my orbit while I was in America on a crazy rebirthing camp in the middle of I-honestly-don’t-know-where. I was escorted from the airport in Washington DC by a severly traumatised woman, who spent the entire five hour drive telling me about her nightly demonic visistations and incessant need to binge eat.

I was taken to a house in the middle of the woods that had no mobile phone access and hardly any food, and told I needed to sit by the fire and fast for three days. As soon as I arrived I was asked to hand over all the money I had with me, and was shown to my room; a grubby, stained mattress on the floor in the middle of the lounge room that everyone used.

Within three days, my experiences in this rebirthing camp went from bad to worse, so I got myself out of there as quick as I could. But before I left the “house of horrors” I noticed a copy of Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life, and I tucked it into my backpack and took it with me.

I devoured this book on the flight back to my home in Germany, and set about to think positive and heal my life.

2. Edgar Allen Cayce – The Sleeping Prophet

My life made sense when I read this book.

Never before had I heard about anyone else that had an uncanny ability to know things, foresee the future, communicate with angels and “see into people.”

I was enthralled also because the rare encounters I had had with other psychics and intuitives were unfulfilling because their messages were often vague and at best, semi-accurate.

But Edgar Allen Cayce’s abilities were phenomenal, and in his sleep-trance-state he not only knew everything about a person, he could also speak all other languages fluently!

3. Leslie Flint – Voices In The Dark: My Life as a Medium

After reading The Sleeping Prophet numerous times, I then discovered the work of trance-voice medium Leslie Flint. To say his abilities knocked my socks off would be an understatement!

Leslie Flint was such a powerful medium that the voices of the dead were able to communicate through him while we was in the room. And when I say they communicated through him, I don’t mean he gave messages from them or channelled them using his own voice, I mean, spirits used his large and powerful aura to speak to their loved ones.

His mouth would be bound shut with tape and still the voices of the dead would speak in the room, offering their loved ones messages of consolation and love. (How this was possible, nobody really knows…but if you attended one of his sessions you could clearly hear the voice of your deceased mother, father or cousin speaking to you).

4. Caroline Myss – Anatomy of the Spirit

I stumbled across this book while I did mediumship training in Stansted, England. I was twenty one, and had no idea what to do with my intuitive abilities.

After passing on messages from deceased loved ones for seven days, I realised that “speaking to the dead” was not my thing. It wasn’t that I couldn’t do it. I could do it, and very well – I’d been seeing and communicating with spirits since I can remember – but it just didn’t vibe with me.

Also, I was appalled at the state of health of the course co-ordinators. They were all overweight and had an array of health issues – diabetes, hip & knee problems, liver conditions – and after one of the course co-ordinators told us it was extremely taxing for the physical body to relay messages from the grave, I decided it was definitely not to be my chosen profession.

(While I was at this mediumship training word got around that I could see into people, and the course co-ordinators came to consult me about their health).

A few hours before I had to board my flight back home, I discovered Anatomy of the Spirit. And as I eagerly read about Caroline Myss and her intuitive abilities, I realised that I was a medical intuitive too. Yippee! Now I knew what to call what I could do, and how to help others!

5. James van Praagh – Reaching for Heaven 

Although I had chosen not to specialise in passing on messages from the grave, if a deceased person wanted to “connect” during a medical intuitive consultation I would relay the information.

Profound healing takes place if people are able to communicate and resolve any issues they have with their deceased loved ones, and I also wanted to offer people resolution and peace with their family and friends on the other side.

James van Praagh’s book gave me greater insight and understanding of the “workings” of the deceased, and I also found great comfort in the fact that like Edgar Allen Cayce and Leslie Flint, James van Praagh was also accurate in his information and messages.

5. Sylvia Browne – Past Lives, Future Healing

When I immigrated to Germany in 2001 – (I was twenty one) – I began to spontaneously experience my past lives. I was reared christian, so I knew very little about reincarnation and although I had read a few books about the topic, I didn’t understand the importance of it.

Actually, after reading one book I dismissed the notion of past lives entirely because this book stated that we are on a constant cycle of birth and death, without any “stop overs” in-between. I knew this wasn’t the case because I’d always been able to see those on the other side, so reincarnation not only held no importance for me it also made no sense.

But that quickly changed when I moved to Germany.

The first re-living of a past life happened while I was waiting in a queue at my local shopping centre. Suddenly I saw flashes of fire in my mind’s eyes, and I became unbearably hot and started to perspire profusely.

Then I heard a scream echoing in my mind. It seemed to be coming from me although I wasn’t screaming out loud. As I rushed home I could feel the scream pushing up against my chest and throat, forcing itself out.

Fortunately I lived only two minutes away from the supermarket, and managed to make it inside before the scream pushed itself out.

That afternoon I re-lived a past life in which I had been burnt at the stake for being a witch. I consciously experienced the fear and terror of being burnt alive for being a psychic and a woman.

This experience was just the start of several months of similar occurrences, and in that time I re-lived many lives I’d had in Germany and Europe.

Many of them were consciously recalled because they needed to be healed and my karma “cleared.” Some of them also happened because my soul wanted to show me how much our past lives influence our present life.

Without the aid of Sylvia Browne’s book, Past Lives, Future Healing, I think I would of gone mad! Initially, I had no idea what was happening to me, and I was frightened and deeply confused. But as the past lives began to seep through into my conscious-level psyche, the Universe orchestrated it that her book would find me.

And, thank god, it did! Everything made sense then, and I was able ride the wave of my past life recollections much more smoothly.

6. Neale Donald Walsch – Conversations with God

This book changed my life in a gazillion ways! It is, hands down – apart from the Power of Now by Eckart Tolle – the most spiritual text of all time.

I can still remember reading the first paragraph on page one. The words hit me with such a force and power that it felt like God was speaking to me directly, piercing my soul and shattering my heart.

This book answered all the burning questions I had ever had about God and the Universe, and I read all of the series of Conversations with God on-loop for many months.

When I was twenty two, I even did a six-month training course with Neale Donald Walsch because I wanted to learn everything I possible could from him.

I’m eternally indebted to him for being a pure and pristine channel for the divine Conversations with God teachings.

7. Eckhart Tolle – The Power of Now

If you’ve been in my orbit for sometime you’ll know that Eckart Tolle is one of my primary spiritual teachers. (My other spiritual teachers are the White Light & The White Light Angels).

I’ve read his book so many times that the pages are falling out! Like Conversations with God, I studied this book for a long time but unlike Conversations with God, I studied The Power of Now not only for months but years! And I continue to read and study it as much as I possible can.

No (human) teacher has given me as much insight, knowledge and peace as he has, and wherever I go in the world, and whatever information and insights I share, I always talk about Eckhart because he truly is an emissary for peace, love and light.

Get off to a powerful start in 2015 by reading these books. They will change your life.

Wishing you a (white) light-filled day, and a smooth and powerful transition into 2015!

in White Light + Love,

Belinda

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