Zarathustra – Interviewer Alan Steinfeld – 5th Dimensional Quantum Healing

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Alan Steinfeld of talks to Zarathustra about how he attained his special gifts, how he activates people and how he can help people open their third eye. For part 2 go to:…

About Zarathustra:
Like the ancient prophet Zoroaster (Zarathustra) who appeared in ancient Persia 3000 years ago, Zarathustra comes from the same land. Using a unique blend of Shamanism along with current spiritual techniques, Zarathustra has access to 5th-dimensional quantum space, where he is able to build a bridge to your inner wisdom and connection to Source Energy, removing the obstacles that prevent you from experiencing your “self” at a soul level…


Almine – Visionary, Seer, Inter-Dimensional Traveler – Interviewer Alan Steinfeld

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Inelia Benz – This Time of Ascension – Interviewer: Alan Steinfeld

Alan Steinfeld talks to Inelia about the specifics of her mission in coming to Earth at this time of planetary awakening…

Alan Steinfeld Interviews Bashar – New Realities

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Yoga: Science & Art – Yoga Master: Basile Catomeris

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Alan Steinfeld of talks to yoga master, Basile Catoméris, author of the book Foundations of Yoga, recently published by Inner Traditions.

I asked the Western yogi to briefly give his version of what Yoga is beside a well-known source of well-being and relaxation widely propagated in the USA.

Basile replied: “Well, Yoga can be described as consisting of one word, two sounds, four doctrines, eight schools, thousands of books, and millions of practitioners who include both kings and mainstream people all over the world.”

He added, “One may even ask if Yoga is a religion, a philosophy, an ideology, a new science, or just another futile lifestyle of Indian origin, that embraces today the whole world irrespective of gender, race, creed, ideology or profession!

Can anyone rationally explain a unique, non-institutionalized culture, a paradox which alike spirituality is both immanent and transcending, and so perennial and resistant that it’s succeeded to withstand the vicissitudes of time with thousands of natural disasters and so many social metamorphosis during at least 5,000 years?”