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Now available as an Pdf ebook


The Nine


by Helen Jandamit

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I am happy to announce that an edited version of the meeting and later the journey of the group of nine spiritual seekers, a little over 12 years ago, is now available as a Pdf ebook.


Called 'The Nine', it is true-life adventure but it reads like The Celestine Prophesy or a modern-day pilgrimage.

Nine real people met up in Chiang Mai and set in motion the beginings of an inter-dimensional adventure that still continues.

If you would like to read it, please e-mail me at this e-address and let me know. There is a nominal fee of 250 Baht to help with the recording of and the writing out of this adventure. If you would like to have a copy, please let me know and I'll send you the details you'll need to make a bank transfer (or an online payment within Thailand). Please also specify the e-mail address you would like the book to be sent to.

 


I had forgotten that we'd been told that 12 years would intervene before this mystical journey would connect with people. Previously, people enjoyed it as an adventure story but mostly didn't really 'get' it.

It appears that they 'get it' now.



'Read it in one sitting but with a couple of breaks as energy was so intense. Needed a rest and yet pulling me to continue on reading. That's what I did. Besides I am quite familiar with the history and Cornwall but not Glastonbury.

Seeing the mandala also affects me but I just can't describe it. Definitely will look at it and read again tonight.

Most of the places I have been but it was in those days I was searching for what I don't know then ??'


 

 

 

About the author


Acharn Helen Jandamit


Helen Jandamit is a spiritual independent. Born in the UK, she’s been practising Vipassana meditation for 63 years and teaching it for over 40 years in Thailand, Australia, Austria and the USA.

She is also a freelance painter, writer and editor.

Acharn Helen Jandamit can be contacted by email at dhamma.art@gmail.com


 

 

 


A sample passage from
The Nine

 

The magical mystery tour begins

The remaining four had all left time free for whatever was needed for the highest, greatest good of all. Both Padraig and I had felt that there was something to be done in Cornwall. Ciel received similar guidance and Andrew had received a message to “follow Ciel”. So, he says “Like a happy puppy, I tagged along”.


So, there we were, late in the morning, sitting in Padraig’s green car in the car parking space in front of Tor Down Guesthouse, knowing we were to go to Cornwall, but not why or exactly where.


We sat quietly for a while and then consciously set the intention to go where we were needed. We asked our guides and guardian angels to guide us – and set off.


Ciel had heard ‘Bones in the fields’ which left none of us any the wiser.


After we had been going for some time, Andrew asked if anybody had been ‘getting anything’, meaning “Did anyone have a clearer idea of where we were going?”

As always on such occasions, it is so easy to disregard the quiet voice within, and even easier to mistrust or misinterpret what you hear. One of the ways to be certain that the ideas and words that you are hearing are not simply wishful thinking is when the thoughts are unfamiliar or at least unconnected with anything you could have devised yourself.


Such was the case then. I was hearing ‘Go to Truro’. Clear enough, you might think, but as far as I knew, Truro was in Canada! Going to Canada was out of the question, so somewhat bemused, I asked “Erm…. Truro is in Canada, isn’t it?” 

Padraig who had travelled far more extensively around Britain than I had, replied that there was also a Truro in Cornwall.

“Well,” I said “I heard go to Truro”.

So that’s what we did.

 


 

 

 

 

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