Tatyana N. Mickushina
Tatyana N. Mickushina
Tatyana N. Mickushina
Mickushina, Tatyana Nickolaevna (born in 1958) is the founder of the ethical teaching which, according to the author, is aimed at the restoration of the moral norms in society.
Mickushina is the author of more than 60 books (as of 2017[update]). Many of the books are translated into English, German, Portuguese, Bulgarian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Armenian, Arabian, Turkish and other languages, and are published in different countries in Europe and the USA. The number of copies of Russian books sold by Mickushina exceeds 350,000.
Mickushina was born in Omsk, Russia (the USSR at that time). She graduated from the Polytechnic Institute with honors. Later she worked at the Special Engineering department as a developmental engineer and was involved in space engineering. After the disintegration of the USSR, Mickushina worked as a chief accountant for a small business enterprise. Mickushina was the leader of a significant community service organization that worked for environmental protection in the city of Omsk. At the beginning of the 1990s, Mickushina ran for posts in the municipal and regional Councils of the People's Deputies, but was not elected.
From 2001 to the present, Mickushina has been the president of the spiritual educational center "Sirius".
According to Mickushina, her books contain the teaching that she "has been writing by means of a special method in the presence of high spiritual beings that stay in the higher planes of existence and who are known to humanity as the Ascended Masters and the Masters of Wisdom". The teaching, published in the series of books titled "Words of Wisdom", explains the necessity to change our consciousness and thinking and to take a step towards a more altruistic view of the world, away from the egoistic one, and to live according to the laws of the universe and of God. The teaching contains information about the current historical moment on planet Earth, revealing the meaning of the evolution of humanity. It gives the knowledge of the laws of the universe, including new interpretations of the law of Reincarnation and the law of Karma. The teaching provides many practical recommendations.
The books about Russia and for Russia take a special place among the works by Mickushina, where historical matters and the prospects of the development of Russia are considered.
- (2008) Words of Wisdom. ISBN 978-1439210581 Search this book on .
- (2009) The Masters about Karma. ISBN 978-1439255117 Search this book on .
- (2010) Good and Evil. ISBN 978-1453626849 Search this book on .
- (2010) Words of Wisdom - 10. ISBN 978-1450540445 Search this book on .
- (2013) Saint Germain. ISBN 978-5903894529 Search this book on .
- (2009) The Masters about Karma ISBN 978-1439255117 Search this book on .
- (2010) Good and Evil ISBN 978-1453626849 Search this book on .
- (2010) Words of Wisdom - 10 ISBN 978-1450540445 Search this book on .
- (2013) Saint Germain ISBN 978-5903894529 Search this book on .
- (2013) The Sutras of the Ancient Teaching (Kindle edition)
- (2016) Morya:Dictations through the Messenger Tatyana Nicholaevna Mickushina. ISBN 978-1523938049 Search this book on .
- (2016) Sanat Kumara ISBN 978- 1530555734
- (2017) Shiva. ISBN 978-1546678373 Search this book on .
- (2017) Mother Mary ISBN 978-197390828
- (2017) Jesus ISBN 978-1973908401 Search this book on .
- (2017) About Yoga and Meditation ISBN 978-1540701725 Search this book on .
- (2017) Treasure of Divine Wisdom ISBN 978-1540815002 Search this book on .
- (2017) About Love and Sexual energy ISBN 978-1540700193 Search this book on .
- (2017) The Messenger ISBN 978-1973908616 Search this book on .
- (2017) Words of Wisdom. Volume 1 ISBN 978-1535379472 Search this book on .
- (2017) Words of Wisdom. Volume 2 ISBN 978-1540678959 Search this book on .
- (2017) Words of Wisdom. Volume 3 ISBN 978-1540699992 Search this book on .
- (2017) Words of Wisdom. Volume 4 ISBN 978-1540700070 Search this book on .
- (2017) Words of Wisdom. Volume 5 ISBN 978-1540700117 Search this book on .
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