Sue Andreas (Sliema, 00, Malta)’s review of A-Ma Alchemy of Love. Ama Alchemy of Love by Nuit. Ama Alchemy of Love Historical Spiritual Fiction. Ama Alchemy of Love Spiritual Historical Fiction - A Glimpse into A-Ma's 12 Chapters by Natasa Nuit. Ama is the Bodhisattva of our story, she is materialized in a female body, during 16th century Macao (China), with a life of an ordinary person, she represents a female that sleeps in every one of us, Yin of Creation, a wisdom guide that with her purity extinguishes thirst of our souls’ longings.
She lives at a time of amazing changes within Macao that is in the center of this spiritual spiral that is to influence generations to come. Ruben is a Jesuit Priest living in Macao. The 16th and 17th Century events are tip-toeing through Europe like an amazing Giant would, shaking the roots of all the past beliefs, leaving huge finger prints all throughout the scientific work, and throughout the religious structures. He lives during the time of the first printed books, the time when the Bible is for the first time publicly questioned, the time of trials in the name of God, against progress and science and against individuals that are ahead of their time. Ruben is in love with Ama. A-Ma: Alchemy of Love: Ms Natasa Nuit Pantovic: 9789995754198: Amazon.com: Books.
A-Ma Alchemy of Love by Natasa Pantovic Nuit. A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit. A-Ma is a historical spiritual novel set in the 16th century Macao that follows lives and spiritual insights of settlers of this little peninsula in the middle of China.
A-Ma main protagonist is Ama, an African alchemist, Goddess, a guru, a lover, a story-teller that inspires and gathers artists, preachers, priests, philosophers from all around the world within the magic settings of her coffee house. She believes in an Alchemical truth that we all can live our highest potential, discovering the gold within. Traveling through space and time, we find ourselves in the midst of an amazing blend of Chinese, Portuguese and Africans that live together on this little peninsula. Amazon. Aurora Zora (Sliema, 00, Malta)’s review of A-Ma Alchemy of Love. Ama.
Who is Ama? I asked when I saw her eyes for the first time looking at me from the cover of the book. She intrigued me instantly. Strand's Simply Tips: WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY: Nataša Nuit Pantović, Author, Trainer, Yogi and Spiritual Researcher. Nataša Nuit Pantović brings us her ninth book, TREE OF LIFE, as part of the Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training series.
She considers the Alchemy of Love Mindfulness a spiritual rather than a religious endeavor. TREE OF LIFE is poetry— spiritual not religious—that is an “inspirational and motivational encounter with various spiritual journeys into Love, Consciousness, Bliss.” Nataša Nuit Pantović has traveled widely and currently lives in Malta with her two children. At the moment she is working on her next book, “Conscious Creativity.” Q: You’ve just published the ninth book of your Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training series. Nataša Nuit Pantović: A team of spiritual researchers worked hard for 5 years to give birth to a serial: Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training, non-fiction and fiction books that explore the alchemy of soul, and our inner quest to reach our highest potential. Q: TREE OF LIFE is your newest book. Q: You have included CONSCIOUS PARENTING in your series. Links.
Mario Johns (The United States)’s review of A-Ma Alchemy of Love. Deep profound reading.
Fallowing a very interesting story set in the 16th century of Alchemy, magic, Chinese I Jing. The dance of Yin and Yang, rational and intuitive is very obvious within the chapters of the book. A female dreamy approach to life versus a male, an energetic and scientific approach. Ama lives during the scientific revolution of Age of Reason, during the time when missionaries tried to convert Chinese to Christianity finding a rich, advanced, intriguing culture, and philosophical approach to Life and God that is amazingly different from our Western one.
A-Ma Alchemy of Love - Nataša Pantović Nuit - review - elenatrintas. Loved this deep and intriguing novel!
Back into the 17th century, gliding through Amas life, exploring the wisdom of China (such a fascinating culture) and multi-leveled dimensional stories of Reuben, the man with no name, tales of Macau, A-Ma goddess, Father Benedict, and Lilith was a very special experience. Within my own life I already had a fascination with Chinese I Jing, Feng Shui, the Chinese most fascinating character writing, so I found my own sanctuary within the setting of Nuit-s 17th century story. An uproar of wisdom that can not be contained by religious dogmas, I was re-incarnated within such a complex setting working with enlightened minds of the time. I felt that this is exactly what Nuit wanted us to do, take an active role, worship the Temple of Ama, return to own quest to follow the river to its ocean, become one of many that instigates the change.
Beautifully written, with a strong spiritual message, I also deeply connected to the alchemy thread within the story.