Leaves of Maitreya's Garden: The Call of the Heart

The Teaching of The Heart Book 1

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
285 Pages
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Author Biography

Zinovia Dushkova, Ph.D., is an award-winning Russian author and researcher of ancient mysteries. Her spiritual quest has taken her to remote Buddhist monasteries and sacred Abodes hidden within mountains and deserts in Tibet, Nepal, Mongolia, and India, where she has studied ancient manuscripts inaccessible to Western researchers, such as the secret Book of Dzyan. Thus, Dr. Dushkova has devoted almost 25 years of her life to the study and acquisition of the secret wisdom, which she is now sharing with people through her spiritual books. Dr. Dushkova's major work, The Teaching of the Heart, has called forth a wave of social movement in Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan, and now is available for free in English.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for Readers' Favorite

Leaves of Maitreya's Garden: The Call of the Heart (The Teaching of the Heart, Book 1) by Zinovia Dushkova is a beautifully written book containing both prose and the history of the stars. It is a call to arms in love, explaining how we are entering the Golden Age and how we can elevate our own vibrations and transcend into Enlightenment. Legends such as Edgar Cayce, Helena Blavatsky and Helena Roerich have been referred to, as well as examples from ancient texts such as the Vedas, the Bible and the Quran, helping the reader better understand the process of Ascension and the importance of maintaining a positive mental attitude and giving love during this time, making Leaves of Maitreya's Garden a most researched work of art.

I happened on Leaves of Maitreya's Garden by accident and I am glad I did! The first part is a bit hard to get past if one has renounced religion in general, but Zinovia's take on the history of Earth and the stars is both informative and interesting. Although Leaves of Maitreya's Garden was not what I originally expected, I loved reading it and plan on reading it with my family. The love and light that seem to magically pour from the pages of prose are both beautiful and healing, and speak a message of hope. I would suggest Leaves of Maitreya's Garden: The Call of the Heart (The Teaching of the Heart, Book 1) by Zinovia Dushkova to the Lightworker and the Starchild alike.