Dictations through the Messenger Tatyana Nicholaevna Mickushina (Masters of Wisdom) (Volume 9)

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
204 Pages
Reviewed on 07/17/2021
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Author Biography

Tatyana Mickushina is a Russian ​philosopher​, ​​writer, public figure, spiritual leader, and a founder of spiritual Teaching, aimed at restoring morality in society.​
​From 2004 to the present, Tatyana has written over 70 books on spiritual, philosophical and moral topics.
​Her books have been translated into 20 languages, and published in 11 languages in Europe and the USA.

Tatyana was born in 1958 in Omsk, Russia. Her thoughts about God and the meaning of life were deeply affected by a sports injury that led to a week-long period of dangling between life and death.

After graduating with honors from the Polytechnic University, Tatyana worked in space technology​.​She kept interest in spiritual teachings and started practicing meditation.
Tatyana wrote her books through inspiration from almost 500 conversations with the Teachers of Mankind. Her works received many reviews from public figures/scientists.

Her first book, Good and Evil: An individual interpretation of ‘The Secret Doctrine’ by Helena P. Blavatsky (2004) gives an original interpretation of the “fall of angels” and “the rebellion of Lucifer”.
Tatyana's works also focus on non-violence.
One of her fundamental works is Words of Wisdom, published in 5 volumes.

After its first Congress in 2014, her “Morality Movement”, requested UN Secretary General and participating politicians to promote true moral/spiritual principles.
Tatyana gives seminars and interviews across Russia and Europe.

In 2017, she was awarded the Order of the Russian Land “for contribution to the spiritual and moral revival of Russia”.

She obtained 5-star reviews from Readers' Favorite for Treasures of Divine Wisdom (2019) and Sanat Kumara (2020).

    Book Review

Reviewed by Astrid Iustulin for Readers' Favorite

When a person finds a way to connect with the great masters of wisdom, the book she decides to write becomes much more interesting and complex than the one that is not written under their dictation. The task of the writer-messenger, in fact, becomes that of transcribing the words of the master and presenting them to the world. This is what Tatyana N. Mickushina does in her Masters of Wisdom series. Among the many volumes that she has already published, the present one, Maitreya, is dedicated to the future Buddha of this world. Here, Mickushina transcribed the messages she received from him between 2005 and 2013, offering readers the opportunity to reflect on their consciousness and broaden their views.

Recently, I have often reflected on the difficulty that Western society has in finding its consciousness. I also realized I have the same problem, so I am glad I found Maitreya. Tatyana N. Mickushina's book came at the right time for me and helped clear up some confusing thoughts I still had. In particular, I liked the part where the author (or rather, Maitreya) explains how, by becoming full of the feeling of Divine Love, we can reach a state of harmony and peace. I also liked the part dedicated to how to treat children, a subject very dear to my heart. I do not think it is enough to read Maitreya once. This is a book to read and reread, and after each reading, I invite you to meditate on it. I believe everyone will benefit from Mickushina's transcription of Maitreya's teachings.