Q&A with Drunvalo: Episode 6

Published on Aug 14, 2012 by 

Here we have the sixth installment of Q&A with Drunvalo. Thank you for submitting your video’s and questions. We hope you are enjoying these video’s, and if you are let us know about it! Or if you have any suggestions on how we could make these videos better, please don’t hesitate to let us know! Thank you.


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5 Responses to Q&A with Drunvalo: Episode 6

  1. Debbie says:

    Jean, I know Drunvalo is a favorite of yours, but I find him downright sickening, my gut instinct is he is a charlatan and to run, run far away from this him! Just my reaction to him EVERY time……….for what it is worth.

    • stan says:

      Drunvalo was present before the creation of the universe as he says , i wonder how come he couldn’t manage marriage as he is few time divorced , broken families ,not one but few is not a very great example isn’t? unable to love women but to use them , that’s not very useful teaching for us

      • Jean says:

        Stan, I’m not sure you have your facts correct about Drunvalo – ‘a few times divorced’? It’s clear to me you have little spiritual knowledge about spiritual people: when we come here, and this includes Drunvalo, we forget everything and become totally human. Only by becoming totally human, making mistakes, learning, making better decisions do we learn and grow and begin, therefore, to remember. Most of us, who now call ourselves lightworkers, did not understand and remember this for many years. Many lightworkers did not awaken, perhaps because of decisions they made, and so on. Unless we are fully human, we cannot help humanity.

        If you expect Drunvalo to be a God, I think you’ve got it all wrong. He is very much a human being – who has remembered his origins and lives from that place.

        Judgment seems to come so easily to msany of us as a result of our powerful matrix training. One day soon, hopefully, we will become wise and see there is more to life than choosing always to be critical of someone, who clearly has so much knowledge and wisdom to dispense. Maybe, then, we can avail ourselves of it – before it is too late.


    • Jean says:

      Debbie, comments like this are worth nothing to me – and hopefully one day you will realize that your ability to judge is perhaps too well developed. I often don’t think you can see the forest for the trees – as you continue to display a willingness to judge and be angry – too easily, in my opinion. Drunvalo dispenses factual knowledge and wisdom that at this point seems to be beyond your ability to understand, but I think if you would stop judging and listen, you might learn something. Your choice, of course.

  2. Laura says:

    Reblogged this on Here and Now.

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